Answer: Bobby Bonilla
Bobby Bonilla made his MLB debut at 23 years of age in 1986. It was not until the year 2000 until Bonilla joined the Atlanta Braves.
In his lone season with Atlanta, Bonilla hit a respectable .255 with 5 home runs and 28 runs batted in. Seeing numbers like this, one would assume this meant that Bonilla just didn't get a lot of playing time. However, he appeared in 114 games for the Braves.
Bonilla moved on to the St. Louis Cardinals in 2001 where he finished out his very successful major league career.