Guessing Obscure Atlanta Braves players from the Past: How Low Can You Go?

Play along with our daily Atlanta Braves trivia! Take five provided hints and see if you can guess the obscure Braves player from the past.
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Hint #3: The Atlanta Braves acquired this sinkerball pitcher in 2009 via free agent signing. He agreed to terms on a 4-year/$60 million contract. In 2011, the Braves traded him to Cleveland for a minor-league pitcher (Chris Jones).

Hint #4: Over his career, this pitcher posted a 176-157 win/loss record. His career ERA is 4.03. He won one World Series title with the Red Sox in 2004. In four of his 17 seasons, he led the National League in games started as a pitcher. Two of those seasons were the most in baseball. When he was with the Braves in 2011, he also had more losses than any other pitcher (17).

Hint #5: In his career, this player wore jersey numbers: 36, 43, 32, 23, 26, 34, and 55. When he was with the Atlanta Braves, number 32 was on the back of his jersey.

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