The 35-year-old Chirinos has been a threat in the batter’s box, connecting on 52 home runs over the last three seasons. While he’s not very adept at throwing out baserunners, he does grade out well at framing. It has previously been reported by the New York Post that the Mets have shown interest.
Garneau projects as the Astros’ backup behind a yet-to-be-acquired starting catcher. As free agents come off the board, a reunion with Robinson Chirinos might be their best option.— Jake Kaplan (@jakemkaplan) November 26, 2019