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Frank Fernandez

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Frank Fernandez

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Frank Fernandez had the distinction of playing on some of the worst New York Yankees teams of the modern era. The catcher-outfielder could hit for power but not for average and he struck out often. He also played for the Oakland A's, Washington Senators, and Chicago Cubs. His lifetime batting average was .199. He is one of a very small number of players who collected more walks than hits over their career; Fernandez leads this group in both walks (164) and hits (145). He also hit more Home Runs (39) than any other player with a lifetime batting average under .200.

In 2002, Fernandez was profiled by Al Pepper in the book Mendoza's Heroes.

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