Mario Mendoza: Major League shortstop, 1974-1982. Played for the Pirates, Mariners and Rangers.
Mendoza’s career batting average: .215.
The Mendoza Line: A term, apparently coined by Hall of Famer George Brett, referring to a player whose batting average drops below .200; a poor batting average or a prolonged and severe slump.
Is there a blogging equivilent to the Mondoza Line? Because every year at about this time, I look at Uncle Crappy and wonder what the hell I’m going to write about.
And then I don’t write anything at all.