The Biggest Flops of Preseason Favorites in MLB History

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The Biggest Flops of Preseason Favorites in MLB History
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With just a month separating us from spring training, teams everywhere have made the biggest moves they'll make this offseason, and the early favorites for a World Series title run are establishing themselves in a big way.

In Toronto, the Blue Jays completely revamped their roster with Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle, Jose Reyes, R.A. Dickey and Melky Cabrera.

On the West Coast, both Los Angeles teams are jockeying for position with big-name signings—including Zack Greinke to the Dodgers and Josh Hamilton to the Angels.

Big offseasons don't always translate to success, however, as a number of teams throughout the years have failed to cash in on the Fall Classic, falling short of the preseason expectations set forth for them.

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