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Adam Dunn: A .137 average is bad, even for Adam Dunn. He does have six home runs at least.
Aaron Hicks: He's tied with Dunn for the worst average in the majors of qualified batters at .137, but at least he's driven in 13 runs and has scored 13 times.
Danny Espinosa: The Nats second baseman has only been on base 26 times in 113 plate appearances, trailing only Keppinger for the league's worst with his .222 OBP.
Jason Heyward: The 23-year-old was only batting .121/.261/.259 before going down injured.
Ryan Vogelsong: Out of qualified pitchers, Vogelsong is last in the MLB with his 7.78 ERA.
Josh Wall: Fourteen earned runs in seven innings was enough to get the Dodgers reliever optioned to Triple-A.
Brayan Villarreal: In seven appearances for Detroit, Villarreal had a 20.77 ERA and 3.69 WHIP.
Jonathan Sanchez: 0-3 with a 11.85 ERA is pretty bad.
John Axford: Axford couldn't even get one save before getting lifted out of the closer role. His ERA remains high at 9.22.
Brad Peacock: Houston isn't very good. Its pitching is one example of this. Peacock was 1-3 with a 9.41 ERA before being optioned to Triple-A.