Joel Skinner

Known primarily for his defense, Skinner never caught for the White Sox on an everyday basis. He did most of the Yankees’ catching after his July 1986 acquisition, but as a reserve in 1987, hit just .137 and spent two months in the minors.

The Yankees traded him to the Indians at the start of 1989 for Mel Hall. He spent three uneventful years with the Tribe, totaling just 601 at-bats over that span while backing up Andy Allanson and Sandy Alomar Jr.