Wouldn't be surprised if the Cubs kicked the tires on him. He can't hit (.214 average/.406 SLG), but takes walks at a good enough rate (.350 OBP last two seasons) to stick as Castillo's backup next season. He's a super two player, but should come relatively cheap.
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