Fantasy Baseball: Catcher Carousel NL Edition

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Mar 19, 2013; Jupiter, FL, USA; The mask of Miami Marlins catcher Rob Brantly is seen prior to a spring training game against against the St. Louis Cardinals at Roger Dean Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

One of the positions that has had the biggest turnover this offseason has been the always-challenging fantasy baseball position of catcher.  Many teams have turned over their backstop or at least their backup as they’ve tried to tweak their rosters for 2014. As we get ready for fantasy baseball season, we’ll continue our preview by looking at all the catcher in the National League. We started Saturday with a team-by-team look at the catches in the American League.

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Like we did for the AL teams, we’ll run down each team in the catchers from the 2013 season including the games played at catcher last season in parentheses. We will also look at who will most likely be behind the plate this coming season and take a quick look at what to expect from the position from a fantasy perspective in the coming year.

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