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Tim Teufel, RBI Legend


Tim Teufel is another RBI legend with less-than-legendary MLB stats. But this just shows you how flawed the field of statistics really is. Who can provide a convincing argument that Tim Teufel was a bad player? I didn't think so...

The Facts

  • Born July 7th, 1958
  • Played in the Big Leagues from 1983-1993
  • Traded to the San Diego Padres for Garry Templeton on May 31, 1991.
  • Hit a home run in Game 4 of the 1986 World Series
  • Beat the shit out of Rob Dibble after he beaned him in 1989
  • Drove ladies crazy with his patented "Teufel Shuffle"
  • Currently goes around and talks about how great Jesus is

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Tim Teufel is a tremendous performer in RBI Baseball. He adds some much-needed pop to the eight spot for the Mets. Timmy-Two-Step is quite possibly the best right-handed pinch hitter in RBI. Step aside Jesus, let Tim Teufel come to bat!

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