Did you know that hall of famers Joe Sewell and Lloyd Waner are also the Major League record holders for fewest in a career in the American and National League respectively?
If you were to reverse the order of this list and still require one-thousand career games played and one-thousand at-bats, the Major League leader for worst strikeout percentage belongs to Rob Deer 36.3%. Closing in fast is an active player, Jose Hernandez who broke into the big leagues in 1991 and has a 30.3% strikeout percentage.
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