The Orioles checked off another item on their off-season to-do list on Wednesday night.

This time, they went on the trade market to fill a hole on their roster.

Baltimore announced that it acquired catcher James McCann in

a deal with the Mets in exchange for cash considerations and

a player to be named later.

The 32-year-old will serve as the O's backup catcher behind Adley Rutschman.

McCann has two years and $24 million left on his contract,

but the Orioles will assume only $5 million of that total,

a source told executive reporter Mark Feinsand.

The player the Mets will receive is not expected to be a notable prospect, according to the source.