Sure, Jonathan Lucroy vetoed his trade to the Cleveland Indians, after he made some unreasonable demands on them. Instead of reeling from the pain, the Indians still need to improve at catcher. 29-year old righty swinging Yan Gomes isn’t coming back any time soon due to his separated shoulder. He has played in 71 games so far this year for the Tribe and he is 41 of 249 (.165 avg, .512 OPS) with 21 runs scored, 8 homers and 32 RBIs. So for now the Indians have 27-year old righty swinging Roberto Perez and 33-year old righty swinging Chris Gimenez handling the catching. Perez has played in 12 games for the Indians so far this year and he is 2 for 25 (.080 avg, .404 OPS) with 3 runs scored, 0 homers and 3 RBIs. Gimenez has played in 43 games for the Indians so far this year and he is 20 for 99 (.202 avg, .511 OPS) with 10 runs scored, 2 homers and 6 RBIs. Gimenez does have value to the Tribe as Trevor Bauer’s personal catcher. Still, the Indians can’t afford to have a black hole in the lineup. I think a move for Kurt Suzuki (Twins), Stephen Vogt (A’s) or Derek Norris (Padres) make the most sense. Suzuki is hot right now at the plate, so he makes sense. Norris is hitting under the Mendoza line, so I don’t see him as a major upgrade due to the way his is swinging the bat right now. Vogt would make the most sense, as he can also play some first base (for the future). His lefty bat would also play pretty well at Progressive Field. So in order I would chase Vogt first, Suzuki second and Norris at 3:58 PM today if the Indians whiff on the other two guys.