Guessing Obscure Atlanta Braves players from the past: 95 Edition

We wanted to create something along the lines of the popular game ‘Immaculate Grid’ related to Braves baseball only. Read the hints and see how many it takes to guess the player!
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Hint #3 (Power Hitter):

This former Braves player was best known for the power he could provide from the left side of the plate. He had 7 of his 16 seasons go for 20+ home runs. Two of those seasons resulted in 30+ home runs. The most surprising statistic for this slugger, however, is that only one season (2001) did he drive in 100+ runs.

Hint #4 (Stastics while with the Braves):

This player had two primary positions throughout his career. He could be found in left field or at first base. While with the Braves, he posted a .281 batting average, hit 139 home runs, and tallied 450 RBIs. To prove he was known as a power hitter, he only stole 26 bases in those 8 seasons.

He collected a total of 684 hits, 140 doubles, and 18 triples in his time with Atlanta. He drew 301 walks and struck out 523 in a Braves uniform.

Hint #5 (Jersey Numbers Worn):

During his time with the Braves, this player wore #18. From 2000-2006 with the San Diego Padres, he wore #30 and in his lone season with the San Francisco Giants he sported #21.

Do you know who it is now? Check your guess on the next slide!