15. Terry Pendleton
Years Active: 1984-1998
Team(s): Cardinals, Braves, Marlins, Royals, Reds
Playing Weight: 178 lbs.
For two years in the early '90s, the rotund but diminutive Pendleton was the best player in baseball (not coincidentally, those were also the first two years of the Atlanta Braves decade-and-a-half-long dynasty). In 1991 he led the NL in hits and batting average and won the MVP; the next year he again led the league in hits and finished second in the MVP voting. He moved well enough at third base to win three Gold Gloves. He's been a fixture on the Braves coaching staff for the last 10 years.