MLB Free Agents Doomed to Have Letdown Seasons in 2013

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MLB Free Agents Doomed to Have Letdown Seasons in 2013
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With this offseason's free-agency market heating up—as big name players like Josh Hamilton and Zack Greinke ink their new deals—fan bases all over the country are speculating over how the big acquisitions might make the difference for their team's lineup next season.

A number of top players are set to sign huge contracts and will undoubtedly change the face of any franchise they sign with in an instant.

Behind all of these lucrative deals lies an agent that has put in countless hours of work in determining their client's worth, and then seeking out the best deal that they can get. Their job will always entail bringing home the biggest payday.

Yet this is something that can lead to high expectations that ultimately won't be lived up to, and the following slides will take a look at some of this offseason's free agents that are doomed for a letdown heading into the 2013 season.

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