I'd be pretty surprised if Colorado did any trade of this kid and totally agree with this article:http://www.nesn.com/2010/05/report-red-sox-keeping-eye-on-chris-iannetta.html
Colorado has brushed back all calls regarding Iannetta's availability, as they should. A club with long-term money tied up in Iannetta would be well-served to explore what he can do for the big league club before sending him out.
Trading one of baseball's most precious commodities -- a young catcher who has proven he can produce at the major league level -- is foolhardy when a team's current starter is on a one-year deal at age 31 and will be 32 by season's end.
For as good as Olivo has been, do remember he's been a journeyman catcher his whole career. Can't see how you sell your young'un and expect to keep sweatin with the 1 year contract oldies.