The Pittsburgh Pirates, unquestionably, have a good problem.
The organization possesses two catchers considered among the top prospects in baseball and close to the major leagues. However, since only one player can man the position, how do the Pirates get more game experience and developmental time for Endy Rodriguez and Henry Davis?
The Pirates haven’t decided where Rodriguez and Davis will be assigned when the minor-league season begins next month, though the best guess is the former will be at Triple-A Indianapolis and the latter at Double-A Altoona.
Rodriguez, 22, ended last season with a six-game stint at Indianapolis after playing in 88 games for High-A Greensboro and 31 for Altoona.