Scott Bordow at the East Valley Tribune notes that the recent breakout of Miguel Montero could spell the end of Chris Snyder's tenure as catcher for the Diamondbacks.
Snyder, who should return from the disabled list sometime this coming week, was signed to a three-year, $14.25MM deal this past offseason. But the club sees Montero as the future at that position, and the 28-year-old Snyder will likely be on the outs this winter. Montero has stellar 1.087 OPS this July and is at .834 for the season.
There's still a chance Snyder could be a useful regular. Any teams who might have a use for him next year?