The White Sox.
Baseball reference lists a player from the 1980s who tried (often unsuccessfully) to catch Charlie Hough's knuckleball.
in with all the 18xx's and saw it as 1887. I'm just gonna start personal messaging you first, just to make sure I don't screw it up. Grrr.
The Sox had a really good pitching staff. In addition to Wilhelm and Fisher, they had Tommy John when he could throw hard, Gary Peters, Joel Horlen, Juan Pizarro, and several other established pitchers who were at the ends of their careers.
Unfortunately those mid-60s teams didn't hit very well; and if I am remembering correctly, they used several catchers - Sherm Lollar (not sure when he retired), John Romano, JC Martin (of '69 Mets shoe polish fame), Cam Carreon, and a cast of lesser names as if the names on my list aren't lesser enough.
I'd guess Romano; and if not Romano, Martin. I know it wasn't Smokey Burgess. He didn't log much time behind the plate at that point in his career.
I can't remember what I had for lunch yesterday, but take me back to ages 10 - 12 and I'll give you both Chicago teams' lineups and several others too.
Hoyt Wilhelm and Wilbur Wood, which led to my answer, but admittedly, I actually don't know if they ever played the same year, so it might have been dumb luck.
JC Martin. I thought he was the Sox catcher for the longest time in the 1960's when Wilhelm and Fisher were with the Sox.
pleasant experience given all of the Cub fans I encountered daily. I could name the Cubs' lineup from that era, too, although Durocher made it fairly easy.
I saw a guy wearing a Cubs' Milt Pappas replica jersey at Saturday's game against the Fish. He told me that his name is Pappas, too. We spoke about Pappas's 26 and 2/3 of a perfecto against the Padres.