6. Terry Pendleton (237 appearances)
Pendleton was born in Los Angeles, California on July 16th, 1960, and initially chosen in the seventh round of the 1982 MLB Amateur Entry draft by the St. Louis Cardinals.
He made his major league debut with them just one year later, and remained a Cardinal through his first seven big-league seasons. He won two Gold Gloves at third base while playing there.
Pendleton then spent his next four seasons with the Atlanta Braves, winning the NL MVP in 1991 and making his first and only all-star appearance in 1992. He signed with the Florida Marlins through free agency for the 1995 season.
Although already 34-years-old by the time he joined the Florida Marlins, Pendleton performed well for the team, racking up a 1.9 WAR during his first season. Defensively, he rated an Rtot/yr of two runs, just a hair above “average.” At the plate, he hit .290/.339/.439 with 14 homers and 78 RBI.
Pendleton remained with the Marlins for the Lion’s Share of the 1996 season, playing in 111 games to include 108 at third base. A .961 fielding percentage and a .251/.298/.357 slashline made him expendable at the deadline, and the Marlins sent him back to Atlanta for Roosevelt Brown.