Former MLB All-Star
Career Highlights: A seven-time All-Star catcher and six-time Silver Slugger honoree, Brian McCann won the 2017 World Series with Houston. In his 15-year MLB career, McCann played 1,755 games with Atlanta (2005-13 & 2019), New York Yankees (2014-16), and Houston (2017-18). He posted a .262 career batting average with 1,018 RBI, and hit 18 or more home runs in 12 of his 15 seasons, 282 home runs total.Drafted by Atlanta in 2002, McCann made his major league debut in 2005, and hit his first home run in just his second regular-season game. McCann became the first Braves player to hit a home run in his first playoff at-bat, and was the first Braves player to be selected to the All-Star team in his first three full seasons, where he was named the 2010 All-Star Game MVP. McCann signed with the Yankees in November 2013 where he averaged 23 home runs in his three seasons in New York before being traded to the Astros in November 2016. He signed with the Braves in 2019, finishing his career where he started.