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Re: Worst major league career... ever?

Postby thedude » Thu May 21, 2009 11:57 pm

We had a similar thread to this years ago in the baseball history section of the cafe (you people should go down there more).
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Re: Worst major league career... ever?

Postby Fighting Platypi » Fri May 22, 2009 12:02 am

Another Blown Save wrote:
Then you got Doc Hamann who made his debut as a 21 year old. Came in and gave up 3 hits, 3 walks, hit a batter and thew a wild pitch. Made 0 outs and ended up with 6 earned runs. Never pitched again and ends with a career ERA of infinity.


This one gets my vote so far. :-b
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Re: Worst major league career... ever?

Postby thedude » Fri May 22, 2009 12:34 am

Here is a pretty bad career:

Joe Campbell
1 game: 3 plate appearances: 3 strikeouts.
It would be nice to at least make contact.


Here is a good one some guy called just "McDoolan"
1 game, 9ip, 24 runs, 3 earned runs, 21 unearned runs, 1 Loss

It stinks to have a crappy defense in your only major league start.
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Re: Worst major league career... ever?

Postby DbacksRback » Fri May 22, 2009 12:37 am

Fighting Platypi wrote:
Another Blown Save wrote:
Then you got Doc Hamann who made his debut as a 21 year old. Came in and gave up 3 hits, 3 walks, hit a batter and thew a wild pitch. Made 0 outs and ended up with 6 earned runs. Never pitched again and ends with a career ERA of infinity.


This one gets my vote so far. :-b


I have to go with this one too. My senior year hitting in HS i was 0-3 with 3 backwards K's...guess thats why I got dh every game I pitched :-b
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