Answer: Jermaine Dye
Jermaine Dye began his MLB career in 1996 with the Atlanta Braves at the age of 22. He spent only one season with the Braves before moving on to the Kansas City Royals the following year.
Dye had several individual accomplishments including a Gold Glove Award, Silver Slugger Award and World Series MVP award. He was a career .274 hitter with 325 home runs and 1,072 runs batted in.
Jermaine Dye is often forgotten as a former Braves player since he only played 98 games with the team and it was the very beginning of his MLB career.