Nick Hundley signs two-year deal with the Rockies
Free agent catcher Nick Hundley and the Rockies have agreed to a two-year contract worth around $6 million, according to Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun.
Connolly reports that the Orioles made Hundley a two-year offer to remain in Baltimore after acquiring him from the Padres in May, but he opted for more money and the promise of more playing time in Colorado.
Hundley hit .243 with six homers and a .631 OPS in 83 games overall and has a .680 OPS for his career.
Wilin Rosario has been the Rockies’ starting catcher for the past three seasons, but all offseason there have been reports of them wanting to move him out from behind the plate or trade him altogether.