19 Charles Nagy -- Playing 14 years from 1990-2003 with 13 of those in Cleveland, and the final season in San Diego. A career loaded with lots of ups and downs as well as injuries. Nagy was able to help the Indians make it to 5 playoff appearances and two World Series which the Indians lost both. Nagy started one game in each World Series and was ran off early while taking a loss. Despite the failures when healthy Nagy was a workhorse during the season. Ending his career with a 129-105 record, and 4.51 ERA.
20 Brian McRae -- Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in 1986. Starting his career very slowly in the minors it took McRae four years to reach double A. Luckily for McRae though the Royals starting centerfielder Bo Jackson was injured late in the season. McRae was given a shot, and played well enough to stay on the roster until he was traded in 1995. Playing almost three season with his new team the Chicago Cubs. He was trade once more to the New York Mets. With what was just over two very lackluster seasons he was traded to the Rockies, and then Blue Jays all within a nine day period. At seasons end the Blue Jays granted McRae free agency but there were no takers.
21 Larry Walker -- Originally drafted by the Montreal Expos and playing 5 years of a 17 year career for the team. Walker's best years came while playing for the Colorado Rockies. Playing almost 10 seasons for the team. Walker's best season with the team came in 1997, hitting .366 with 49 home runs, 130 RBI, 33 stolen bases, and 409 total bases. Walker was also named the NL MVP for the season. Retiring in 2005 with the Cardinals after the NL Championship Series loss. A 5 time all-star, 7 time Gold Glove winner, and 3 time Silver Slugger. Walker still ranks in the top ten of all hitting records for the Rockies.
22 Delino DeShields -- A second baseman who played for 13 seasons. Drafted by the Montreal Expos DeShields made his debut in 1990 and played for the Expos until being traded to the Dodgers before the 1994 season. A base stealing threat every time he was on the base-paths. DeShields ended his career with 462 stolen bases.
23 Jeff Johnson -- Drafted by the New York Yankees in 1988. Johnson didn't make his debut until 1991 in a game he pitched seven innings. Going 6-11 for the season his career started to decline from there. Only making eight starts the following year and playing in 13. His final season in 1993 Johnson read about rumors of the Yankees looking to replace Johnson in the lineup. Unable to shake the bad feelings later that season the Yankees released Johnson. Signing with the Indians for 1994, Johnson never threw one pitch for the franchise before he was out of baseball.
24 Bernie Williams -- Playing an entire 16 year career with the New York Yankees from 1991-2006. Williams originally came up to replace Roberto Kelly while on the DL. With disappointing numbers Williams was sent back to the minors. With another chance the following year due to an injury of Danny Tartabull. Williams was able to put up numbers good enough to stay on the roster. During his career Williams was a 5 time all-star, 4 time Gold Glove winner, and won 4 World Series Championships.