At least Juan Bell sounded like he could play the game

Next up of futility fame is Juan Bell. Juan broke into the big leagues with the Baltimore Orioles as a 21 year old middle infielder. And we honestly challenge you to find a worse hitter over the course of his big league career. This guy was absolutely abysmal to the plate to the tune of a career .212 batting average.

Bell just never got out of the quick sand that was his professional career. His best year came for those absolutely sick 1994 Montreal Expos, when he hit an actual .278 in 38 games. He also made stops in Philly, Milwaukee, and Boston. By the time he finished his career they were sticking him in the outfield because it was clear he would never field well enough to play shortstop or second base.

He was teammates with Robin Yount, Larry Walker, Pedro Martinez, Mel Rojas, Jose Mesa and Danny Jackson.

Juan Bell career statistics. [Baseball Reference]