48. Devon White (4.5)
Devon White was a sixth round pick of the California Angels in the 1981 amateur draft. A Kingston, Jamaica native, White was a switch-hitting, right-handed throwing centerfielder.
Four years after getting drafted, White made his way to the Angels, and ended up roaming center field for them for the next six seasons. He won American League Gold Gloves in 1988 and 1989, also making his first all star game in 1989. He slashed .247/.295/.389 in 612 games, with 59 homers, 241 RBI, and also swiped 123 bases.
With the Blue Jays, White won AL Gold Gloves in each of his five seasons, returning to the all star game in 1993. He appeared in 656 games in total, with 72 homers, 274 RBI, and 126 stolen bases.
Following the 1995 season, the Florida Marlins signed the then-33-year-old White to a three-year, $9.9 million contract. White played in 146 games his first season in the National League, and batted .274/.325/.455 in 146 games for the Marlins. He totaled 17 homers with 22 stolen bases and 84 RBI.
In 1997, White appeared in 74 regular season games for the Marlins due to injury. He slashed .245/.338/.370 with six homers, 13 stolen bases, and 34 RBI. In 16 postseason games, he went 14-for-65 with seven RBI, helping the Marlins to their first World Series title. After winning it, the Marlins traded White to the Arizona Diamondbacks for Jesus Martinez.
White spent one season with the Diamondbacks, making his first NL all-star team. He later played two years with the Los Angeles Dodgers and one for the Milwaukee Brewers.