Mendoza Line

An informal term for when a baseball player's batting average drops below .200...supposedly named for Mario Mendoza, a shortstop whose career batting average was .215 and hit .198 in 1979.

To drop below the Mendoza line is generally considered unacceptable.

See also Senior Circuit.

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