Hint #3: This player has a career batting average of .257 with only 3 home runs and 46 runs batted in over his eight seasons. He may have been in the big leagues just shy of a decade but he was not on the field that much.
Hint #4: This player’s primary positions include: second base, third base, and pinch hitter. Oftentimes he did not start games but was a left handed bat brought off the bench to hit for the pitcher (back when pitchers hit in the National League).
Hint #5: Although he was an MLB player for 8 seasons, this player only appeared in a total of 443 games. In 2005, he appeared in 112 games for the Atlanta Braves and 102 the following season. After that, the most games he played in a season for the rest of his career was 57.
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