Early MLB Disappointments About to Have Huge Breakouts

Zachary D. Rymer@zachrymerMLB Lead WriterMay 14, 2013

In baseball, to slump is to be human. Nobody likes it when the darn things happen, but they happen. Even the best of ‘em have to deal with them now and then.

About the only good thing about slumps is this: They don’t last forever.

There are a few players around the league who have gotten off to slow starts in 2013 who can take comfort in that reality, and some will surely be breaking out of their season-opening slumps sooner rather than later.

And B/R Pop Culture Lead Writer Gabe Zaldivar and I think we know who they are.

Gabe and I got together to discuss some players who have been disappointing in the early goings who should be snapping out of it in no time at all. As they usually are, our ramblings were caught on video.

Leave your comments and questions below if you have any, and you’re also welcome to follow Gabe and me on Twitter.

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