No catcher in history has hit as prolifically as Mike Piazza (right). Through Sunday he had 271 home runs, 865 RBIs and 680 runs scored in eight-plus major league seasons, which ranked him sixth, ninth and 16th, respectively, in those categories among backstops. His dominance is more apparent when you compare his rate of production with other top catchers' (minimum 1,000 games), including Roy Campanella (left).
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