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). 

UPDATED AVGs:
Anthony Rizzo – .208
Kris Bryant – .208
Kyle Schwarber – .203
Javy Baez – .196

102 | Sox Still Mired in Mediocrity Major League A*Holes: IN THE HOLE

Should White Sox fans be Patient or Panic as the club continues to struggle offensively and hover around .500?  |  Celebrity Sox Type Thing: Tim Anderson vs. Ozzie Guillen  |  Cubs were the HOTTEST team in baseball for a moment as a few rookies had memorable debuts  |  Even with Tarik Skubal emerging as a true ace and Miguel Cabrera looking like his old MVP self, the Rays added insult to injury as the Tigers lose their FIFTH starting pitcher to the IL while Isaac Paredes makes fans question trading him in the most ironic way  |  The hapless Reds go Less Than Zero finding a way to lose their own special brand of No-No of the Week  |  Joe West gains some credibility and our most unlikely Anti-Hero of the Week award  |  Matt Harvey takes our saddest and most tragic Asshole of the Week dishonor WED: https://majorleagueaholes.com/ SHOP: https://assthetics.store/ REVOLUTION BREWING: https://revbrew.com/
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