Not sure Wong is a JAG at catcher. His defense alone makes him valuable and his offense isn’t terrible for a catcher. As discussed previously, if he can make a bit more contact he’s a better than average hitting catcher. Defense, decent hitter for catcher and inexpensive = pretty good player.Fair enough.
Catcher just seems a place where you've got a couple of guys who are JAGs and seeing whether what you've got in the minors will play seems worthwhile.
That said… with Teel on the rise and potentially with the Sox in 2025. At some point next year year… would Wong have trade value?