Answer: Albert Hall
Albert Hall was drafter by the Braves back in 1977. He was selected in the 6th round of the draft and made his MLB debut four years later for Atlanta.
Hall never played a major role for the Braves but was called upon in a pinch several times. Across eight seasons, he only appeared in 355 games for Atlanta. During this stretch he hit .254 with only 5 home runs and 52 runs batted in.
Albert Hall left Atlanta for Pittsburgh in 1989 and he did not last long there. After just 20 games with the Pirates, his MLB career came to a close.
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