Bill Bergen

The worst hitter ever to play regularly in the ML, his .170 career BA is 42 points below any other batter with 2500 or more at-bats. His .139 in 1909 is the lowest mark ever for a batting title qualifier. In the lineup for his arm, his 202 assists the same year are the ninth best by a catcher; that July 24, he set a 20th-century record by throwing out seven would-be base stealers. His brother Marty was also a ML catcher.