For all intents and purposes, the Giants have their two major league catchers: Buster Posey and Andrew Susac.
But a team can never have enough depth heading into a new season.
More than a week after adding George Kottaras, the Giants have reportedly signed 13-year major league veteran catcher Miguel Olivo to a minor league deal.
The deal, reported by ESPN Deportes and Baseball America, includes an invitation to major league spring training.
Olivo last played in the majors in 2014 with the Dodgers. He appeared in eight games and collected five hits in 23 at-bats.
In parts of 13 seasons with seven teams, Olivo has a career .240/.275/.417 line with 177 doubles, 145 home runs and 490 RBI.
In addition to Posey, Susac, Kottaras and Olivo, the Giants will have four other catchers in big league camp: Trevor Brown, top prospect Aramis Garcia, Tyler Ross and Matt Winn.