All-time lowest individual batting av...

All-time lowest individual batting average.

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#1 May 5, 2012
The title probably belongs to Ray Oyler, who hit .135 in 247 plate appearances for the Detroit Tigers
in 1968.

What do you think Adam Lind's chances are to lower that figure to under .100 in the next few weeks, before he is paid to go home and find an honest way to make a living?

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