sagecoll wrote:He's in the same position as Jeff Mathis, no where to play
What are you talking about? Navarro is the starter.
To the original question he was never supposed to be anything special, he should be able to put up a .750 OPS annually for you, his peak may have a couple years around .800 OPS but even thats kind of optimistic.
He will turn out to be your average catcher. At his peak in maybe two years i can see him hitting 60 runs/15 hr/55 rbi .275 avg. so basically your average run of the mill catcher. Nothing to be that excited about. It is possible but i doubt he will ever have a huge breakout year.