10 Most Disappointing MLB Players at the Season's One-Quarter Mark

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10 Most Disappointing MLB Players at the Season's One-Quarter Mark
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We are now at the point in the MLB season where one can no longer use the excuse "it's a small sample size." We have played a quarter of the season, and it's time to start congratulating teams like the Baltimore Orioles, who have the best record in the American League, rather than dismissing them as overachievers.

It's also time to start looking at teams and players who have not done as well as they had hoped and question whether they can turn it around. No one expected the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Los Angeles Angels and Philadelphia Phillies to be in last place in their respective divisions, but they are.

Similarly, no one expected the 10 players on this list to be as bad as they have been. Some are coming off years marred by injury and might still be shaking off the rust, but that doesn't excuse their poor performances.

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