Position: Outfield and first base
Career: 1983-98 (16 seasons)
Teams: Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles, San Francisco Giants
Statistics/162: .259 BA, .771 OPS, 29 HR, 107 RBI, 17 SB
World Series titles: 2 (1993, 1994)
Bottom line: The five-time All-Star is widely known for the second World Series walk-off homer in history.
It’s his subpar .306 on-base percentage, ordinary .771 OPS and unsightly -15.7 defensive WAR total that tend to be forgotten years later.
Of the 10 players with the most similar career scores, only borderliner Jim Rice has a plaque in Cooperstown.