Garver said he would like to start 40-45 games at catcher during the shortened 60-game campaign. "Maybe even 50 games. That's a nice number to get to. Obviously I want to be out there every chance I can to help contribute," said Garver. He had a career campaign in 2019, slashing .273/.365/.630 with 31 homers, 67 RBI and 70 runs scored across 359 plate appearances. The 29-year-old is currently fifth among all catchers in the latest expert consensus rankings.