8. Casey McGehee (168 appearances)
McGehee was born on October 12th, 1982 in Santa Cruz, California. Another Cubs draft choice, they took him in the 10th round of the 2003 event.
McGehee made his major league debut with the Cubs in 2008, going four-for-24 in a short look. By the time he got back again, the following season, he was a member of the Milwaukee Brewers. After three seasons mostly in their starting lineup, he split the 2012 season between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the New York Yankees.
McGehee played the 2013 season in the Japan Pacific League with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles. He hit 28 homers in 144 games, slashing .292/.376/.515. the Miami Marlins signed him through free agency for the 2014 campaign.
In 2014, McGehee led the Marlins with 160 games played, including 158 starts at third base. Although his power didn’t come with him from Japan (only four homers all season), he did hit a team-second .287 (one point behind Giancarlo Stanton‘s mark of .288). Defensively, he turned in a .979 fielding percentage and graded out just barely below average, at minus-three runs.
After the season, the Miami Marlins traded McGehee to the San Francisco Giants for Luis Castillo (yes, that Luis Castillo) and Kendrys Flores. After they waived him in July, the Marlins resigned him for the rest of the 2015 season. He appeared in 60 games for Miami, and played in 10 more games at the hot corner. In total, McGehee played 168 games at third base.