Originally Posted by Hollcat
I just asssumed that about Stubbs. I'd like to see the arguments for his competition.
Well, only 18 players with at least 300 plate appearances have a lower OPS than Stubbs. Among all players with at least 500, he's the worst. Only two of those players in front of him (Justin Smoak and Casey Kotchman) have at least 450 PAs.
So Stubbs is definitely in the running. My vote, though, probably goes to Brendan Ryan. He has a .544 OPS in 440 PAs, though it should be noted he plays in Safeco and at shortstop, so his numbers are at a suppressed position and in a suppressed park.