St. Louis Cardinals Top 5 right fielders of all-time
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No. 3 Brian Jordan (1992-1998)
A star on the 1990's St. Louis Cardinals teams, Brian Jordan led the 1996 Cardinals to the postseason for the first time since 1987. Jordan delivered two clutch home runs in that postseason. The first was off Trevor Hoffman in the NLDS Game Three, and the other was off Greg McMichael in the NLCS Game Four.
During his time in St. Louis, Jordan accumulated 20.0 bWAR and batted .291/.339/.474 with the Cardinals. His career 115 OPS+ and 6.4 Defensive WAR made him a great two-way player for the team.