Money Ball Failures! Worst MLB Players Ever

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Being on this list is an achievement in itself. It means a minor league baseball player at least made it to the Show. But, things went downhill from there. Here are some of the worst Major League Baseball players from the last 50 years or so. As a bonus, there’s a joke that goes along with his career (besides the career itself) and made up by his own teammates. Hey, at least some good came out of it…
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Todd Benzinger

“His nickname was Michael Jackson because they both wore one glove for no apparent reason.’
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Neifi Perez

“He came out of the Minors with a reputation as a Wonder Kid. We used to wonder how he ever got here.”
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Tommy Lasorda

“One thing you could say about him, he was consistent. He always lost control at the same point in the game. Unfortunately, it was right after the National Anthem.”
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Jose Offerman

“He was so bad at shortstop he tried to kill himself by jumping in front of the team bus. It went right through his legs.”
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Dickie Noles

“He should be pitching for UPS. They at least know how to throw a strike.”
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Casey Candaele

“I wouldn’t say he was the worst hitter of all time, but he did strike out 5 times in a row once. Against the Batting Coach.”
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Butch Hobson

“Fans in the stands caught more fly balls than he did.”
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Matt Anderson

“Remember the time he gave up 5 straight walks in the first inning before getting yanked? He went back to the dugout complaining he was taken out with a No-Hitter going.”
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Ken Reitz

“His nickname was Cinderella because he always ran away from the ball.”
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Bobby Ayala

“On the bright side, he was 32-0 against teams that scored less runs.”
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Jose Lima

“You couldn’t say his signals were crossed, but he did think the last words to the Star Spangled Banner were “Play Ball!”
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Bob Uecker

Truly the worst major league baseball player of all time. Even he said “I knew my career was over when my baseball card came out with no picture.”
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