When you drafted your fantasy baseball team, you knew there were a few question marks. After all, it's the question marks at the beginning of the season that can turn into exclamation points by the end.
But we're getting to that point in the summer when a slow start turns into a sub-par season.
As batting averages round into where they'll pretty much stay and sample sizes turn into trends, it's becoming easier by the minute to tell which of your boom or bust candidates are never gonna boom.
Inclusion in this list doesn't mean I think you should immediately drop any of these guys. But it does mean everyone's preseason predictions might have been a little more like wishful thinking.