A look at the movement at the top of the all-time catching leaderboards.
Today, we take our catching-defense offerings to some pretty exciting places.
Yasmani Grandal had a poor reputation for working with pitchers; now he doesn’t. How did he get here?
The Red Sox replace A.J. Pierzynski with a talented defense-first catcher.
At one position, the A’s are still Moneyballing like it’s 1999.
The best receiving catchers (and the best receiving teams) of the upcoming season.
How have players who’ve changed positions from catcher (like Joe Mauer and Carlos Santana) historically tended to do?
Why “be quiet” might be the best advice for backstops.
Ben and Sam discuss why prospect Alex Meyer isn’t the Twins’ usual type, then wonder why teams didn’t think Russell Martin was worth more than the Pirates paid him.
Is Jose Molina a stealth MVP candidate? Ben looks for photographic evidence.
Catchers can’t throw anyone out anymore. Why is that, and should we be worried?
BP’s mechanics guru takes a break from breaking down pitchers to analyze their brethren behind the plate.
Erik Kratz is having a weird and wonderful season. Here is everything you need to know about Kratz, and several more things besides.