Catcher Carlos Pérez
The Colorado Rockies signed Carlos Pérez to a minor-league deal this offseason to give them some depth at the spot but, primarily, he has actually been a DH for the Isotopes since they have three catchers on their roster.
Pérez, 31, has spent parts of four seasons in the majors with the Angels, Braves, and Rangers from 2015 through 2018 so he has some MLB experience. For Albuquerque, he has hit .247/.324/.513 with nine home runs and 27 RBI, which are tied for second and tied for third on the team. He can also play first base and left field in addition to catching.
Outfielder Scott Schebler
Scott Schebler has spent part of seven seasons in the majors with the Dodgers, Reds, Braves, and Angels, seeing the most playing time and success with Cincinnati.
In fact, in 2017 and 2018, he averaged 124 games per season with Cincinnati with an average of 24 homers, 58 RBI, a .243/.321/.464 slash line, and an OPS+ of 104.
However, Schebler, 31, has struggled a bit in Triple-A for the Rockies. He is hitting .241/.314/.434 in the hitter-friendly league with six homers and 22 RBI. However, he does lead the team with five triples.