Originally Posted by oneupper
This site came up with nice list, IMO. Even some 19th century guys.
Plus some guys I remember, like Jesus Alou, Ken Reitz, Craig Paquette, Dan Meyer and Doug Flynn. I don't remember them being that bad, but apparently they were.
Kevin Jarvis pitched terribly for 10 teams in 12 years, starting with our REDs.
Lifetime 6.03 ERA. WAR -5.4.
Dude was bad.
I don't think anyone on that list starting with Alou qualify as bad. Alou had a couple of very nice seasons with Houston http://www.baseball-reference.com/pl...alouje01.shtml
Reitz was a wizard with the glove at 3B, just a below average, but not awful hitter http://www.baseball-reference.com/pl...eitzke01.shtml
Meyer had two above average seasons with the expansion Mariners http://www.baseball-reference.com/pl...eyerda01.shtml
Paquette probably qualifies, although he did put together one decent platoon type season. Flynn surprised me as getting 10 seasons with that bat, and I think he was only an average glove man. Those two are probably justifialby on a bad list. Hard to put Flynn on there since he brings fond memories of a capable backup for the BRM championship years.