Re: Ode to the bad player
haha love the names here. I didn't think this thread would take off like this. Keep the names coming!
One name I would like to throw in there is Tony LaRussa. Sure, he's arguably the best, if not the most Machiavellian managers of all time. That said he was a horrible, horrible major league player. He had a lifetime .199 BA and a lifetime OPS+ of 53. The advanced stats shows he's a minus fielder and was a career -.3 WAR.
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