Paul Waner, RF
Career: 1926-45, Pirates, Braves, others
Fun fact: Extra-base hit in 14 straight games in 1927
The pitcher-turned-outfielder nicknamed "Big Poison" (his brother Lloyd was called "Little Poison") was the seventh member of the 3,000-hit club. He finished his 20-year career with a .333 average and 3,152 hits, batting .300 14 times and collecting 200 hits eight times.
He won the NL MVP Award in 1927, his second season in the majors.