26. Clint Barmes (Rockies Career WAR 9.3)
Though he was never the superstar on any team he was on, Barmes always seemed to be in the middle of a game-changing play like the one pictured above.
He came up a SS but was blocked positionally by a player much higher on this list, Barmes turned himself into a top-tier utility guy, then every-day second baseman. He was much more about an all-around game than with a slick glove than an over-bearing hitter. He never accumulated a negative WAR in a full season.
He was also invaluable as an injury replacement for the oft-injured teammate we mentioned above. He was steady enough, for long enough, to be the 3rd-highest ranked second-baseman these rankings.