|Profile: Navarro hit just .207/.267/.339 last season, and is currently a free agent. He'll probably latch on with a team seeking a veteran backup backstop, but can be safely ignored for fantasy purposes. The 33-year-old made his major league debut back in 2004, and outside of his productive 266-plate appearance sample with the Cubs in 2013, rarely performed consistently enough to gain fantasy relevance. (Scott Strandberg)|
The Quick Opinion: Navarro is still a solid defender, but he won't do enough with the bat to help fantasy teams, even if he stumbles his way into regular playing time.