I think your top 2 catchers might be the best two defensive catchers in the game. Maybe this should be retitled the all-awful offensive players.Behind the plate
Yadier Molina - .214AVG/.271OBP/.301SLG in 191PA
I want to cut Molina some slack. Catchers have the toughest defensive spot on the field, so the beauty of good hitting/good fielding catchers is something to behold when you see it. And someone has to be last in the majors. But Molina wins this spot going away. A .600OPS is just downright awful, and every major league everyday catcher but Yadier has managed to reach that mark in 2006. Maybe it's something that Tony LaRussa puts in the water that prevents his catchers from hitting, as Mike Matheny had this spot reserved for the better part of a decade.
In the team photo
Mike Matheny (.231AVG/.276OBP/.338SLG in 177PA)
Rod Barajas (.256AVG/.293OBP/.390SLG in 185PA)
Also, Niefi Perez doesn't qualify, but he is close. .208/.224/.292. Those numbers are inflated too because he just played the reds. He has also been pretty bad in the field as well.