The Incredible Catching Molinas have been a mainstay of major-league baseball for what seems like forever, and are the only trio of siblings all to have won World Series rings. From 2004 through 2010, Bengie Molina, Jose Molina and Yadier Molina were all regular starters at catcher, and even though oldest brother Bengie has finally retired from active duty, he's still in the game. Indeed, he'll be working alongside brother Yadier in St. Louis, where he will be their assistant hitting coach in 2013. Jose currently looks likely to be the Rays primary catcher this year, following up on a career-high 102 games for them last season.

But it's Yadier who is the pick of the bunch, a four-time All-Star and five-time Gold Glover, who just finished the best season of his career, hitting .315 with 22 home runs, netting him a fourth-place finish in the National League MVP voting. That came on the heels of Yadier signing a massive contract extension that could keep him in St. Louis through the 2018 season, by the end of which he'll be 36 years old. It seems likely that this deal was factored in to the math when Miguel Montero signed a similar contract extension with the Diamondbacks, at the same age, which will net him $60 million over the next five seasons. Let's see how they stack up against each other.