Marlins manager Edwin Rodriguez said the team is working to sign a catcher, according to Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald (on Twitter). The team currently has Brad Davis, Chris Hatcher and Brett Hayes, but regulars John Baker and Ronny Paulino are not available. Baker has an injured elbow and Paulino has been suspended for PED use, so the Marlins are without an experienced backstop.
MLB.com's Joe Frisaro reported this week that the team will look into catching options this offseason, but it appears that Larry Beinfest and Michael Hill are searching now. There aren't many catchers available on the free agent market, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if the team signed Mike Rabelo, Paul Lo Duca or Mike Redmond, all of whom are former Marlins.