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Next post, slightly delayed

Howdy folks...next post is slightly delayed due to other obligations.

We should have something interesting up over the weekend. I'm contemplating doing a hitters' version of "The Tidrow List" in honor, perhaps, of anonymous backup catchers (Ronn Reynolds, Junior Ortiz, Mike DiFelice) or below-average batsmen (same guys make the list) but am still figuring out some of the particulars. Feel free to comment on any suggestions you may have.

In the meantime, why not check out an old post via the Table of Contents

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Metstradamus said…
Ooh ooh! Ooh ooh!

Can it be the Bill Almon list?

.192 Met average in 166 at bats, 0 HR's and 8 RBI's.
Metstradamus said…
Allow me to throw some possibilities at you:

Jose Oquendo: .217 in 517 Met at bats

Mark Bradley: .202 in 104 at bats

Tucker Ashford: .179 in 56 at bats

John Christensen: .193 in 113 at bats

Roberto Petagine: .210 in 114 at bats

Benny Ayala: .202 in 94 at bats

Clint Hurdle: .194 in 118 at bats

and...

Jerry Martin: .154 in 91 Met at bats

Don't know where you are laying the cut-off for ab's, but these are some putrid hitters!
metswalkoffs said…
Brilliant suggestions, Metstradamus...bear with me. I have other obligations to attend to, but I shall try to make a list. I think you hit on some likely selections...
Metstradamus said…
Thanks, and good luck with your obligations, and your list! I am looking forward to it.

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