Ya know, I always liked Odalis Perez. He started with a bang for the team in 2002 as he recorded 15 wins with a 3.00 ERA. Even more impressive was a strike out to walk ratio of over 4. That's 4 strike outs for every walk he gave up. Unfortunately, in his following years he struggled with keeping runs off the board, but still maintained a healthy K/BB ratio of nearly 3. Nevertheless, by 2006 he was shipped off to Kansas City for Elmer Dessens, and disappeared from the league just a couple of years later. His one claim to fame is being the first pitcher to give up a home run in Nationals Park to Chipper Jones.
Here is another Sweet Spot Signatures card of Odalis Perez from 2004 from my collection.