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Random Greatest Catchers of All Time

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    Ed Bailey

    [ranking: 117]
    1931

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    Don Slaught

    [ranking: 112]
    1958

    1905

    Rick Ferrell

    [ranking: 66]
    1905

    1930

    Gus Triandos

    [ranking: 71]
    1930

    1976

    Ramón Hernández

    [ranking: 107]
    1976

    1896

    Bob O'Farrell

    [ranking: 81]
    1896

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It's an exciting tool for displaying random greatest catchers of all time. We collected a list of "Random Greatest Catchers of All Time" from ranker, which was screened by countless online votes. You can view random greatest catchers of all time shows from this page, click on "Show all by ranking" button to show the complete list, or visit the original page for a more detailed introduction.

After Johnny Bench and Yogi Berra (obvious greats), it's all opinion as to who the best catchers of all time are! A catcher has to have insane defensive prowess and focus to be considered great. Not surprisingly, several of the famous baseball catchers listed here are also among the greatest baseball players ever in the MLB. The best baseball catchers on this list are from different teams, but all have impressive stats that back up their legacy. 

Who are the greatest catchers of all time? This list includes some of the most talented, legendary catchers in Major League Baseball history. From Yogi Berra to Thurman Munson, the players listed here were exemplary in their abilities. Vote for the MLB catchers you think are the best, vote down any you don't think deserve a spot and certainly, if any great catchers are missing, add them. You can also rerank this list your way.

What makes a great catcher? It's more than just defensive prowess. A catcher's responsibilities are many. They've got to be able to work well with any and all starting pitchers, calling a good game for them so they can concentrate on getting batters out. Offensively, the greatest catchers of all time were able to contribute to their team's wins with the bat: They could hit. Typically, the MLB's best catchers might not have the speed that some of the outfielders do, but they've often got the power.

Need proof? Just look at some of the names listed here. Yes, Bench, Fisk and certainly Mike Piazza all qualify, having had hundreds of home runs during their esteemed MLB careers.

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