Guessing random Atlanta Braves players from the past: Here comes the bride

Can you guess this former Atlanta Braves player before using all five of our hints?

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The daily trivia game ‘Immaculate Grid’ has been a fun and exciting challenge for baseball fans. We wanted to create something similar related to the Atlanta Braves. Welcome to House That Hank Built’s latest series: Guessing random Atlanta Braves players from the past! Take the opportunity to participate in our daily guessing game every morning at 3:00 pm EST. Missed yesterday’s? Play here.

We will give you five hints at a random player who donned an Atlanta Braves jersey and see if you can guess from there! Have fun and no cheating! Here we go! 

Hint #1 (Career Length): This player spent a total of 3 seasons in the MLB. During this time, he made appearances for the following teams: Detroit Tigers, and the Atlanta Braves.

Hint #2 (Jersey Numbers): During his 3 seasons in the big leagues, this player wore the following jersey numbers: 49, and 43. He wore 49 with the Braves. 

Do you think you know it already? If so, jump to the last slide to check your answer. If not, use the next page for more hints. 

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Hint #3 (Individual Accolades): This player did not win any awards in his career.

Hint #4 (Braves Stats): This player was with the Braves from 2005-2007. He pitched in 112 games for the Braves and had a 3.99 ERA, and 3.57 FIP in almost 86 innings of relief.

Hint #5 (Random Fact): This player was the 24th overall pick in the 2001 MLB Draft, by the Atlanta Braves. He is from Slyvania, Georgia right in heart of Braves country.

Do you know it now? if so, check yourself on the last page. If not, click next anyway to see if you remember this player in a Braves jersey. 

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Answer: Macay McBride

Part of 2005 baby Braves, McBride was a first round pick that never really lived up to expectations. During his three year career, he produced a negative bWAR (-0.2) and tossed just over 100 innings. This showcases the extreme difficulty that lies in scouting young baseball players.