Answer: Bob Horner
Bob Horner began his MLB career with the Atlanta Braves in 1978. He was with the organization through the end of 1986.
During his 960 games played in a Braves jersey, Horner was a .278 hitter with 215 home runs and 685 runs batted in. He averaged an impressive 300 total bases every 162 games.
Horner will be remembered for his amazing performance on the field but also for his tenacity. He famously came out of the dugout during the infamous "Bean-Brawl Game" between the Braves and Padres in 1984.
He came out of the dugout while being on the IL with a broken hand to prevent Champ Summers from going after Pascual Perez. That shows you what kind of team player Horner was and the fire he played with.