Tony Wolters indicators minor league cope with Pittsburgh Pirates

Wolters spent the first five seasons of his career in the big league with the Rocky Mountains.

PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Pirates have signed veteran catcher Tony Wolters and outfielder Brian Goodwin to minor league contracts that include an invitation to spring training.

Wolters will fight for a backup job behind Jacob Stallings.

Wolters is 28 and spent the first five seasons of his career in the major Colorado league. He scored .238 with seven home runs and 123 RBIs in 391 games with the Rockies.

Goodwin has been a .252 batsman since making the majors with Washington in 2016.

> Video above: Tony Wolters in spring training, February 2020.

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