I'd go with the Nats. I think they are 2nd last in the majors in runs scored and last in slugging.
Also, their lineup tonight looked like this:
Guzman Dukes Milledge Flores Young Belliard Pena Willie Harris? P
In that lineup, I count 3 solid starters (Dmitri, Guzman, and I guess Flores because he's hit well so far), a bench guy ( Belliard), and 2 good prospects who could be in AAA right now on a good team (Dukes + Milledge). That bottom 3 is just putrid though. Wily Mo and Harris start in a major league lineup? I'm not sure they could make a lot of AAA lineups..
Taking a close second is the Mariners. I'm surprised nobody's argued for them yet. Although, their lineup at least has some guys who have been decent major leaguers before
The M's are right up there in the top 2 or 3 of the worst hitting teams. They've had freakin' Jose Vidro batting third, they have absolutely no pop in the lineup and they're going to get rid of several of the players soon.
silverZ wrote:That title belongs to the Bluejays. Never in my life have i seen so many rally killing GIDP and general crappiness with RISP. Bases loaded, none out, down by 1 in the 10th? Why don't we just strike out then ground into a DP. Leadoff triple in bottom 9th of a tied game? O why don't we just K 3 times and hope for a homerun next time.
Hey, you can blame the GM or whoever it is for dropping the Big Hurt. Granted, he GOT hurt but that guy could've at least knocked a few more Jays in. Oh well... good luck with those Orioles down there in the standings!