Outfielder Ron Gant was a pretty solid player with the Atlanta Braves. He played in 858 games in 7 years with the Braves and he was 836 of 3,192 (.262 avg, .793 OPS) with 515 runs scored, 147 homers, 480 RBIs and 157 stolen bases. In 1991 and 1992, Gant was a 30/30 man, which shows just how good he was at his peak. He scored at least 100 runs 3 times, whacked 30+ homers 3 times, drove in over 100 runs twice and he stole at least 30 bases three times in his 7 years with the Braves. Gant was released in March of 1994 after breaking his leg in an ATV accident. Gant returned to the majors in 1995 with the Reds and he had a solid year. Gant went on to played in 1,832 games in his 16 years in the majors and he was 1,651 of 6,449 (.256 avg, .803 OPS) with 1,080 runs scored, 321 homers, 1,008 RBIs and 243 stolen bases. So Gant had a solid career, but his best years were with the Atlanta Braves.