#56 - Dave Chalk, 3B
Playing the hot corner on some offensively-challenged Angel teams of the mid-1970s, Dave Chalk showed up almost every day to provide league average defense and league average offense in an era when that was exactly what you expected from an infielder. He got on base 907 times in his 732 games as an Angel. He is ahead of Gary DiSarcina on this list because Gary had an On Base Percentage of .292 as an Angel and Dave's was .327.
Prior to the 1979 season, Dave was inexplicably traded away for Bert Campaneris who did nada in three seasons as a utility infielder.