4. Chris Iannetta
Chris Iannetta leads the Colorado Rockies in all-time catcher WAR. Iannetta saw the team in some of the best years, being a part of the 2007, 2009, and 2018 playoff teams. The Rockies drafted Iannetta in 2004 and remained with the club until they traded him to the Los Angeles Angels in 2012 and saw his play become integral to the club.
In 2014, Iannetta posted an OPS+ of 123, the highest of his career, which ranked as third on the club. 2014 will stick out to Angels fans as not only was it the last time that the Angels made the playoffs, but also the only time that Mike Trout has been to the postseason. Angels fans may also remember Iannetta for his home run against the Kansas City Royals to tie the game in game one of that series, though he would end the series 1-10 with a homer and walk.
Iannetta was brought back to Colorado in 2018 to put some life into the catcher offense and a veteran clubhouse presence. He earned the starting job and was the catcher for the Wild Card game and two games of the NLDS. Iannetta was a part of both clubs’ best modern moments, definitely learning at least number four on this list.