Charles Johnson
47-Year-Old CatcherC
 Free Agent  
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There was no outlook written for Charles Johnson in 2019. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed by Tampa Bay in April of 2005. Released by the Devil Rays in June of 2005.
CFree Agent  
June 13, 2005
The Devil Rays have released Johnson, according to the team press notes for Monday night's game against Milwaukee.
ANALYSIS
Johnson was hitting .196 and his contract had already been paid for before the Rays picked him up in April, so this isn't a surprise. Not sure where Johnson goes from here, although the Tigers may be interested as injury insurance for Pudge Rodriguez.
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Remember when Johnson was an all-star? Twice? Two seasons and a .233 average later, he's likely on his way out of Colorado. Johnson owners may want their leagues to add runners caught stealing as a category, because his main value these days is his gun behind the plate.
As expected, Johnson's numbers saw a small spike upon arrival in Colorado. In '04, a year older, a year slower, and still due $10 million over the next two season, the Rockies will likely look to move Johnson in the next big deal they pull off. Even with the thin air, Johnson is doing little more than drawing a fat paycheck and keeping the catching gear warm until a younger, cheaper, better option comes of age.
Johnson will step in as the starter following the Mike Hampton deal - the thin air certainly won't hurt his average or power, which were rapidly evaporating in Florida.
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CTampa Bay Rays  
April 28, 2005
Johnson returned to the Devil Rays' lineup Thursday after missing three games with a strained right shoulder.
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CTampa Bay Rays  
April 27, 2005
An MRI shows no damage to Johnson's shoulder, and he's expected to return to action for the Devil Rays on Thursday, the St. Petersburg Times reports.
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CTampa Bay Rays  
April 25, 2005
Johnson underwent an MRI on his sore right shoulder after Sunday's game, and a trip to the DL is possible, the St. Petersburg Times reports.
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CTampa Bay Rays  
April 24, 2005
Johnson left Sunday's game in the third inning because of soreness in his right shoulder, the Associated Press reports.
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CTampa Bay Rays  
April 14, 2005
Johnson made his first start of the season on Thursday, going 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI in Tampa Bay's victory over Baltimore.
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