Geovany Soto’s 2017 season with the White Sox ended prematurely because of right elbow surgery and Miguel Montero’s tenure with the Cubs stopped abruptly after voicing his displeasure with pitchers not holding runners more closely at first base. But retirement isn’t in either catcher’s plans, as they seek to continue their major league careers. After undergoing surgery in May, Soto has rehabilitated his elbow and felt strong enough to embark on a rehab program that he plans to play in 2018.