Answer: Ryan Klesko
Ryan Klesko made his MLB debut on September 12th, 1992. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves straight out of high school in the 5th round of the 1989 draft. After spending 16 long seasons in the MLB, Klesko retired at the age of 36.
Over his career, Ryan Klesko hit .279 and collected over 1,500 hits with 278 home runs. He hung up the cleats just shy of 1,000 career RBIs (987).
Klesko may not have been an all-star in his time with the Braves but he is remembered by many thanks to the power he provided during the 90's, including the World Series Championship season where he belted 23 home runs during the regular season and 3 long balls in the fall classic alone.
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