As of the end of last season, Matt led all active players in most career plate appearances without a stolen base.
'99 was Belliard's first full season in the Majors. He's now with the Nats.
Scott went 2-5 in 12 appearances for the Reds in '03. Last seen playing with Triple-A Colorado Springs in '05.
Did you know that knoblauch is German for garlic?
In 1999 Mark McGwire was on top of the world and on top of The Hobby. Hard to believe, huh?
This was the guy the Phils drafted with the pick they received for not signing J.D. Drew. 1 RBI in 51 ABs later, he was shipped off to Cincinnati for backup catcher Kelly Stinnett.
Not to be confused with the Freddy Garcia who stole $10 million from the Phillies last year, this Freddy Garcia was the opening day third baseman for Pittsburgh in '98. Was last seen playing for Pawtucket in 2000.
After McGwire and Sammy Sosa, there may not have been a hotter player in The Hobby than Kerry Wood. 20 strikeouts will do that to a guy's cards.
A 7th round pick of the Reds in '97, he was called up to the big club in June '98. 89 ABs and a .225 BA later, he was sent down and never played in the Majors again.
International (one-per-pack) Nate Cornejo
The 34th pick overall in the 1998 draft, Nate pitched four seasons for the Tigers (2001-04). Lost 17 games for the Tigers in '03. Retired halfway through the '06 season.