The Dodgers admitted the obvious Wednesday -- mainly that their catchers aren't hitting -- by selecting the contract of
Federowicz was hitting .109 in 46 at-bats, which isn't all that bad when you consider the three catchers the Dodgers have used this season are hitting a combined .143 with one run batted in.
Olivo, a 10-year major league veteran, was hitting a team-high .390 with four homers and a team-leading 18 RBIs at Albuquerque. He has a .241 lifetime big-league average.
To make room for Olivo on the 40-man roster, the Dodgers moved right-hander