6. Brian McCann, Yankees
McCann was an easy and obvious addition to the list. However, if you think the six-spot is too low on this list, you’re crazy.
Since his rookie season in 2005, the 32-year-old has posted 20+ home runs in every year. In 2015, he exceeded his career high, knocking 26 balls over the outfield walls. He is the physical embodiment of consistency.
Add it all up and McCann has compiled 225 homers and six Silver Slugger Awards along the way.
While he doesn’t post 30+ HR seasons like his New York catcher-counterpart Mike Piazza once did, McCann’s power numbers coupled with his play behind the plate are beyond admirable.