MLB players are bound to struggle at some point during a 162-game season, but some are putting their starting roles in jeopardy with porous production.
We're not here to worry about proven stalwarts like Adrian Beltre and Matt Cain who have limped out of the gate. Those two stars will be just fine.
The players on this list have either failed to show their worth in the past or have viable replacements breathing down their necks. Many also misled us with strong spring numbers.
Should fantasy baseball owners jump ship on these stat-killers before their real-life bosses give up on them? If their level of performance doesn't change soon, their teams' lineup cards will.
*Stats accurate as of start of the day, Sunday April 21st.