— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) December 9, 2014
Montero, in his 9th year in the big leagues, hit for a .243 average and 13 homers and 72 RBI, he is set to make $40 million dollars over the next three years with the Cubs.
With Montero behind the plate, the veteran catcher gives them solid defense behind the plate and a solid bat to the lineup. Placing 21st in the league with a .684 OPS, The addition of Montero is a move the Cubs need to make to improve their offense.
Meija, 20, played his first year of ball in the United States this season and was 2-4 with a 2.48 ERA for the Cubs’ rookie league affiliate in Arizona.
The 24-year old Godley was 4-3 on the year with a 3.09 ERA and 15 saves, he saw time with the Kane County Cougars and the Daytona Cubs, both A-League affiliates for the Cubs.