One name that popped up certainly fits the criteria of expertise and a short-term stay, and he remains unsigned after filing for free agency last November. Even though Carlos Ruiz headed the Philadelphia Phillies into two pennants as well as a World Series Championship, in thirty nine years of age he’d be looked at ancient for the rocky requirements of an everyday catcher. That brings us back into the former Twins catcher with the French name, Matthew Lecroy. He’s been o off of this field for over 10 years and now is employed as a coach from the Minor!eagues, so he obviously isn’t going to be the replacement for Castro. No, the next Minnesota catcher won’t be Lecroy, but it must be Lucroy. That is the last name of All-Star catcher Jonathan, who currently is calling for games for the Athletics. With Oakland in the centre of a rebuild and holding the remaining teams in the American League West, front office will probably be happy to deal Lucroy to get a top ten potential of the Twins. Since he’s signed for only 2018, Minnesota wouldbe leasing Lucroy for this particular season. Giving up a prospect for a leasing player might appear shortsighted, that’s until you think about the position of the Twins this year. Every one within their branch besides Cleveland is in a rebuilding mode, giving Minnesota lots of likely successes and also a good opportunity to repeat among the wildcards if they cannot overcome the Indians.