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Ten Most Disappointing Baseball Players

NEW YORK - APRIL 22:  CC Sabathia #52 of the New York Yankees looks on against  the Oakland Athletics during their game on April 22, 2009 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
D WizzleSenior Analyst IApril 23, 2009

Here is a list of the top ten most disappointing players so far in the majors.

1. CC Sabathia, Yankees Pitcher

Sabathia has been less than impressive so far with the Yankees. He has had control problems and has walked 14 batters in four starts. His ERA is currently 4.81.

2. Matt Holliday, A's OF

Holliday was supposed to help the A's generate more homers this season, but he has zero homers so far, and only nine RBIs.

3. Jimmy Rollins, Phillies SS

Rollins is batting .179 with one homer and four RBIs.

4. Cole Hamels, Phillies Pitcher

Hamels has been injured, but his ERA after two starts is 11.17. He gave up three homers in his last start against the Padres.

5. Josh Hamilton, Rangers OF

Hamilton is struggling with only one homer and nine RBIs. His average is also only at.226.


6. Derrek Lee, Cubs 1B

Lee is only batting .222 with one homer and nine RBIs.

7. Justin Verlander, Tigers Pitcher

Verlander was supposed to rebound from a terrible 2008 season, but his ERA after tonight is 9.00, after giving up seven runs to the Angels this evening.

8. Ken Griffey Jr., Mariners OF

Your third place hitter should not be batting under .200 with only two RBIs for the season.

9. Prince Fielder, Brewers 1B

Fielder is batting .170 with just one home run and seven RBIs.

10. Jake Peavy, Padres Pitcher

Peavy is 2-2 but has a 5.13 ERA. He has given up a homer in three of his four starts.

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