When Chris Carter makes contact, it usually goes a long way. The problem is he does not make that much contact. Carter has found himself back down in the minor leagues due to the low contact numbers. He played in Houston and Milwaukee, where he found himself posting bigger power numbers. His lone year in Milwaukee, he hit 41 home runs, but also had 206 strikeouts to go with a .222 average. This sums up Carter's career, and it would be a surprise to see Carter back up in the majors. He is over the age of 30, and 30-year-old minor leaguers do not usually make a comeback.