Pitchers are notorious for being bad hitters. But Bob Buhl, the National League pitcher from the '50s and '60s who had a .089 career batting average, set the bar so low, you'd have to dig a pretty deep hole if you wanted to lower it. Here are some of his notable season's at the plate.
1954: 1 for 31, .032 avg
Season Highlight: 2 bases on balls!