The Colorado Rockies are in a good position to make the postseason. They entered Sunday with six fewer losses than the next-closest competitor for a wild-card spot.

The Rockies, though, don't appear to be taking anything for granted. To wit, Colorado is showing serious interest in Texas Rangers catcher Jonathan Lucroy, per MLB.com's Thomas Harding.

Catcher has been the weakest offensive position for the Rockies all year. Tony Wolters has received the majority of the playing time, yet has a 63 OPS+ to show for it. Veteran backup Ryan Hanigan has fared worse, checking in at a 60 OPS+. Lucroy would be an upgrade.