Tony Wolters, a former catcher with the Dodgers, signed a minor league contract to give the Minnesota Twins minor league depth.
The time Tony Wolters spent with the Dodgers was both brief and forgettable.
Wolters made four trips to the plate for Los Angeles in 2022, going 0 for 4 with three strikeouts over two games.
It's kind of memorable that three different defensive positions were used in his four at-bats.
Wolters played in 341 plate appearances for Triple-A Oklahoma City over the course of two seasons.
He hit roughly the way you would anticipate a Triple-A backup catcher to hit.
He will continue in a different organisation this year because the role appears to be a good fit for him.
As long as there are catchers like Wolters to fill it, the position Wolters fills will continue to exist.
The same position was held by Rocky Gale for Los Angeles a few years ago, and it appears David Freitas will take over this time around.
Wolters has earned more than $5 million throughout his time in the major leagues, so he is likely able to continue living the life of his dreams as a very infrequent big-league catcher