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Worst LF Seasons since 1957

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The worst offensive season but a leftfielder since 1901 was...wait...just nine years ago!? Speed can kill but it can also keep a guy in the line up who really shouldn't be anything more than a designated pinch runner.

 

Top 25 Worst Offenisve Leftfielder Seasons since 1957 (per OPS+)

 

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1. Brian Hunter, 1999 - Detroit Tigers/Seattle Mariners 48 OPS+ (.232/.280/.301)

 

2. Vince Coleman, 1994 - Kansas City Royals 59

3. Vince Coleman, 1986 - St. Louis Cardinals 62

4. Bill Sample, 1984 - Texas Rangers 68

5t. Billy Hatcher, 1989 - Houston Astros/Pittsburgh Pirates 70

5t. Dan Meyer, 1975 - Detroit Tigers 70

7t. Scott Podsednik, 2006 - Chicago White Sox 75

7t. Luis Polonia, 1993 - California Angels 75

9t. Tommy Harper, 1974 - Boston Red Sox 76

9t. Don Buford, 1972 - Baltimore Orioles 76

11t. Rickey Henderson, 2000 - New York Mets/Seattle Mariners 77

11t. Jeffrey Leonard, 1988 - San Francisco Giants/Milwaukee Brewers 77

11t. Ron LeFlore, 1981 - Chicago White Sox 77

14t. Terrence Long, 2003 - Oakland A's 78

14t. Roger Cedeno, 2002 - New York Mets 78

14t. Ricky Ledee, 2000 - New York Yankees/Cleveland Indians/Texas Rangers 78

14t. Gary Ward, 1987 - New York Yankees 78

18t. Reed Johnson, 2004 - Toronto Blue Jays 79

18t. Lou Piniella, 1973 - Kansas City Royals 79

20t. Dan Gladden, 1991 - Minnesota Twins 80

20t. Tito Francona, 1963 - Cleveland Indians 80

22t. Carl Crawford, 2003 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays 81

22t. Troy O'Leary, 2000 - Boston Red Sox 81

22t. Lou Brock, 1977 - St. Louis Cardinals 81

22t. Jim Gilliam, 1958 - Los Angeles Dodgers 81

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