The other day Rob Neyer slammed Jason Tyner, saying "Jason. Tyner. Cannot. Hit. Period."
Rob's right, of course, so it must drive him crazy to read today that Tyner's career has now lasted 25% longer than the average career for the nearly 6000 position players who have donned the spikes since 1902, which is a meager 5.6 years.
Of course if you take Julio Franco out of the mix, the average goes down to 3.8.