MLB's 10 Most Disappointing Teams of the Last 10 Years

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MLB's 10 Most Disappointing Teams of the Last 10 Years
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The disastrous 2012 season was Ozzie Guillen's first (and last) as manager of the Miami Marlins.

Popular 2013 World Series picks like the Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers and Toronto Blue Jays have stumbled out of the starting gate, but we have come to expect MLB disappointments over the past 10 years. Read on to refresh your memory.

It would be premature to criticize anybody at the quarter pole, so this list only includes teams from the past decade of full seasons. All the following underachievers made their supporters suffer sometime from 2003-2012. They were ranked by the disparity between spring training expectations and actual awfulness.

Either because of injury, aging, dysfunction or a combination of three, they didn't validate the preseason hype.

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