62. Joe Mather
A host of intriguing players have worn No. 62 for brief periods over the past 27 years, most notably Carlos Martínez and Lance Lynn during their respective rookie seasons. And while Lynn had a very solid rookie campaign and contributed out of the bullpen to a World Series-winning Cardinals club, the guy who had the most success wearing the number was utility man Joe Mather. Breaking into the majors in 2008, Mather posted a .241/.306/.474 slash line (good for a 103 OPS+) with eight homers and 18 RBI over 147 plate appearances. He saw extensive action at all three outfield spots and was also utilized as a defensive replacement at both first base and third base. Mather never realized his potential as a major-leaguer, but perhaps that was due to the good mojo he abandoned by switching to No. 22 after the season.