Answer: Jason Heyward
Jason Heyward began his MLB career in 2010 with the Atlanta Braves. In his first at-bat in the big leagues, Heyward made his presence known with a monstrous 3-run shot. He provided some great moments in a Braves uniform.
Heyward quickly became a fan favorite with his hometown team and was viewed as one of the best prospects Atlanta had seen in a while. Unfortunately, the Braves traded Heyward and Jordan Walden to the Cardinals for Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins.
Heyward spent just that one season in St. Louis before signing with the Cubs and spent almost a decade with Chicago before signing with the Dodgers in 2023 to reunite with his former teammate, Freddie Freeman.