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One of the Worst Hitters in Baseball is a Hot Commodity

One of the Worst Hitters in Baseball is a Hot Commodity

In February 2019, The Wall Street Journal called Major League Baseball player Jeff Mathis one of the most hotly anticipated free agents in baseball. But here’s what’s surprising about Mathis: he’s a catcher, he’s 36-years-old (as of March 2019), and he owns a lifetime batting average of .198. If you're not familiar with pro baseball, that's ...

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