Yasmani Grandal was the Dodgers starting catcher for most of the 2017 season. You wouldn’t have known that, however, if you just started following them during the postseason, when Austin Barnes got almost all of the reps behind the plate and Grandal lodged only 11 plate appearances all October long. That dynamic, it seems, will carry over into 2018 as well, Jon Morosi reports. He says that the Dodgers are willing to trade Grandal this offseason. Some of this is likely Dave Roberts’ confidence in Barnes, who put up a strong line of .289/.408/.486 as a backup in 262 plate appearances during the regular season (he was only 10-for-46 in the postseason). Some of it, though, could be based on the fact that Grandal entering arbitration and looking for a raise over his $5.5 million salary.