Answer: Willie Harris
Willie Harris only spent one season in Atlanta, but he was a very well-liked member of the clubhouse. During his 12 year career, Harris posted a 3.3 bWAR, slashed .238/.327/.346, hit 39 homers, and stole 107 bases.
Harris made the rounds for numerous teams serving as the versatile defensive player and contact-hitting bench bat. He was even rumored to be in the running for the third base coaching vacancy according to beat reporter, Mark Bowman. However, the team ultimately hired Matt Tuiasosopo to fill that role.