As the legend goes, in 1979 Bruce Bochte coined the “Mendoza Line” as a term to describe his Mariners teammate Mario Mendoza as a joke on the light-hitting shortstop who’s average consistently hovered around .200. That sad joke applies today to a glut of underachieving Cubs stars (and soon-to-be free agents).
• Anthony Rizzo – .208
• Kris Bryant – .208
• Kyle Schwarber – .203
• Javy Baez – .196
126 | Detroit Rocked by Brutal Series of Injuries – Major League A*Holes: IN THE HOLE
Just as the #Tigers completed their first winning month since Sept 2021, their best pitcher and position player, Eduardo Rodriguez and Riley Greene, go down with significant injuries in a 16-hour span | "Controlling The Strike Zone" is now a cliché much easier said than done, but Detroit certainly did on both sides of the ball against the #WhiteSox | How long can the Sox keep a struggling Lance Lynn in the rotation? | Rick Hahn doesn't make difficult decisions on major holidays like Memorial Day when he can push them off to the Fourth of July | #Cubs fans hold their collective breath as Justin Steele's elbow may have just melted down before their eyes | Embarrassing Billy Williams' bobblehead giveaway fiasco "shouldn't have happened." No shit | #SFGiants find themselves at a familiar .500 | Billionaire #Athletics owner John Fisher won't even show up to first formal proposal begging Nevada taxpayers for $400M | Zack Short is an improbable, yet very deserving Badass of the Week | Detroit's sacred jersey "desecrated" by a corporate sponsor is much ado over nothing, but will Chicago teams share the same fate? WEB: https://majorleagueaholes.com/ SHOP: https://assthetics.shop/