Position(s): RF, 1B
Stats: .279 BA 1571 H 305 HR 1017 RBI
Career: 1989-2002
Team(s): Braves, Indians, Yankees, Athletics
Accomplishments: 3x All-Star, 2x Silver Slugger, 2x Champion, ROY
David Justice was the Atlanta Braves' best offensive player back when they were going to every World Series it seemed. He was also a part of those stacked Cleveland Indians' squads that included Manny Ramirez, Marquis Grissom, Sandy and Robby Alomar, and Omar Vizquel. He lived in the postseason, making six World Series appearances. He was a decent outfielder, but he was known for his bat. Justice didn't have gaudy numbers, except for the 41 homers (career high) and 118 RBIs he put up in 2000 at 34 years old.

Coincidentally, according to the Mitchell Report, former Mets' clubhouse attendant, Kirk Radomski claimed he sold Justice HGH after the 2000 World Series. After that news came out, Justice admitted to talking to the Yankees' strength coach, Brian McNamee, about using HGH for his shoulder, but he decided against it. He was very vocal about his innocence saying, "Where's that check? I want to see that check. I'm telling you, I don't even know the guy [Radomski]. How do you have all these actual checks, and then all of a sudden, you get to my name and you don't have no check? Come on," referring to the paper trail Senator Mitchell was able to tie to other players in his report.