Scott Bradley

Bradley had a finger broken in a home-plate collision in his first major league start as a catcher for the Yankees. He was traded to the White Sox and, after appearing in only nine games for Chicago, to the Mariners for Ivan Calderon. In his first season with Seattle, the hustling Bradley was the Mariners’ top pinch hitter and the most difficult batter in the American League to strike out. Displaced by Dave Valle as the regular catcher, Bradley finished the 1980s as a backup catcher and designated hitter.