Ralph Houk was a Yankees catcher and played in 91 games as a member of the team from 1947-1954. He also won the 1961 World Series as a rookie manager for the Yankees.
In 2014, Brian McCann is the starting catcher for the New York Yankees.
In 1998, the starting catcher for the Yankees was Jorge Posada. His backup was Joe Girardi.
Bill Dickey was the starting New York Yankees catcher in 1932.
Matt Nokes was the Yankees starting catcher prior to Mike Stanley.
In 1996, Joe Girardi was the Yankees starting catcher. He was backed up by Jim Leyritz.
Yogi Berra (Catcher) and Bill Dickey (catcher)
Yogi Berra was the Yankees starting catcher in 1950. His backups were Charlie Silvera and Ralph Houk.
Mike Stanley was the #1 catcher from 1993 -1995. Joe Giardi was the Yankees catcher in 1996.
In 1948 Robert was the catcher for the Class C Ventura Yankees in the California League.
The Yankees have had four managers who were previous catchers for the team. Bill Dickey (Yankee catcher from 1928-1943 and Yankee player-manager in 1946) Ralph Houk (Yankee catcher from 1947-1954, Yankee manager from 1961-63) Yogi Berra (Yankee catcher from 1947-1962, Yankee manager in 1964 and 1984-85) Joe Girardi (Yankee catcher from 1996-99, Yankee manager from 2008-present)
Thurman MunsonThurman Munson was the catcher for the 1974 New York Yankees.
In August 1997, Boston Red Sox catcher Mike Stanley was traded to the Yankees.
Bob Geren started 107 games at catcher for the Yankees in 1990. Also on the Yankees 1990 roster as catchers were Matt Nokes, Rick Cerone, and Brian Dorsett.
The Yankees catcher from 1980-1984 was Rick Cerone. Their catcher in 1985 and 1986 was Ron Hassey. It was again Rick Cerone in 1987. In 1988, the Yankees catcher was Joel Skinner. And finally in 1989, it was Bob Geren.
In 1995, Mike Stanley was the starting catching for the Yankees.
Currently, catcher Ivan Rodriguez is #12 for the New York Yankees.
Currently, Francisco Cervelli wears # 29. He is a catcher for the Yankees.
There was no player by the name of Joe Tucker on the Yankees roster in 1954.
Joe Girardi came to the Yankees in 1996. In 1995, the #1 catcher was Mike Stanley and the backup was Jim Leyritz.
Gus Triandos played in just one game at catcher for the New York Yankees in 1954 and did not start. He played for a total of 6 outs, equivalent to .22 9-inning games. He made no putouts, had no assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per 9-inning game. He had no double plays.