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Oakland A's Depth Chart: Catcher

Suzuki was arguably the A's MVP last season.

One of the Oakland A's deepest positions is at catcher, with two young catchers at the major league level and a strong trio of experienced backstops in the upper levels of the minor leagues. We take a closer look at the A's major league and Triple-A level depth chart at catcher inside...

Incumbent Starter: Kurt Suzuki Suzuki took over the A's starting catcher job in July 2007 and he has quickly become arguably the team's most valuable player. One of the AL's top defensive catchers, Suzuki had his best offensive season in the major leagues in 2009, batting .274 with a career-best 15 homers and 88 RBIs. He also stole a career-high eight bases. Perhaps most important was his games...

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