It seems as if Jorge Posada is determined to play next season. First we heard that he reached out to the Mets, although both sides denied that (typical) and now we hear that he would like to play for the Marlins, according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated.
This is a fit in the sense that Posada lives in Miami in the offseason and the Marlins are looking to add significant money to their payroll. However, they would have to be willing to overlook the fact that he is a poor defensive catcher at 40-years-old.
He did hit very well against right handed pitchers last year, .348 OBP and a .814 OPS, and he has the big name that could help them fill some seats. So it’s not impossible.