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Five for Friday: The most mediocre baseball players of the 1990s

Five for Friday: The most mediocre baseball players of the 1990s

When you think about baseball in the 1990s, names like Ken Griffey Jr. and Cal Ripken come to mind. Yet, there were so many classic, run of the mill, and mediocre ballplayers in that time as well. Here are some of the most average to grace professional ballfields during that time. General guidelines used are at least 10 years played several of which were spent as a starter, a career average below .265 and not so stellar power numbers – 15-20 home runs and 70 RBIs a season. Keep in mind, other factors, such as funny memories and the comedic value of a player’s name, can weigh in as well. Also keep in mind, this list is almost 100 percent arbitrary.  Feel free to add players...

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