Yan Gomes Looks Forward to Helping Indians Any Way He Can

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Yan Gomes Looks Forward to Helping Indians Any Way He Can
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Yan Gomes isn’t likely to challenge Carlos Santana for the Indians’ starting catcher role this season. And the Tribe recently signed backup catcher Lou Marson to a one-year, $1 million deal, so the most realistic scenario for Gomes heading into spring training is to be the Indians’ third catcher, playing at Triple-A Columbus, unless his versatility earns him a spot on the Tribe’s roster as a utility man.

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