8 Ice-Cold MLB Starts That Won't Last

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8 Ice-Cold MLB Starts That Won't Last
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Jeremy Hellickson has struggled in his first two starts, but he'll turn it around soon.

Just because a player has yet to get hot doesn’t mean he’ll have a poor season.

The 2013 Major League Baseball season is just over a week old, and it’s much too early to be making concrete conclusions for the remainder of the year. It is interesting, however, to make predictions on what will or won’t happen.

On Monday, I examined the players who have started the year on fire but will cool by the time the season ends. Now, it’s time to analyze the players who have been non-factors since the 2013 season began but will figure it out relatively soon.

Although there are sure to be several more who break out of their early-season slumps, here are eight players who are cold as ice now that I believe will rebound soon. 


All statistics in this article were obtained via FanGraphs. All injury information was obtained via Baseball Prospectus. All contract information was obtained via Cot’s Contracts

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