Thursday, January 05, 2006

Do you remember?

It's easy to stay in the majors for seven and a half years when you hit .300. But when you hit .216, like me, it's really an accomplishment.

Joseph Michael Lahoud (played in the outfield and DH for the Angels from 74-76 and had his career year with them, hitting .271, .367, .458 in 1974. He wound up playing ten years in the major after all, but never more than 38 games a season after he left the Angels. His career average is .223)


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