Today’s the day to release veteran catchers on minor-league deals, apparently.
This morning the Nationals released Chris Snyder, who immediately signed with the Angels, and now the Dodgers have released Ramon Castro.
Castro didn’t play in the majors last season and at age 36 might be out of chances, although he was fairly productive in a 23-game stint with the White Sox in 2011 and has long been a solid backup/platoon starter.
A.J. Ellis is the Dodgers’ starter behind the plate, with Tim Federowicz likely to be the backup and Jesus Flores also in camp as another option.