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Josh Hamilton was arguably the biggest free agent on the market this offseason, signing with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for $123 million over five years.
After making one of the most impressive comebacks in MLB history, Hamilton became a star with the Texas Rangers for a few years, culminating in him posting career highs in home runs (43) and RBI (128) in 2012.
When Hamilton hit the market it was clear that he'd get a big deal, and the Angels were the ones to pull the trigger.
However, what I'm calling the Albert Pujols Effect took over, as he became the second superstar in two years to completely fall apart with the Angels.
According to Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com, Hamilton said that he is "off upstairs" and has been suffering from dizziness and sensitivity to lights.
It's shown, too, as Hamilton has posted a .207 batting average with 10 home runs and 25 RBI, and his WAR of -0.5 is a career-low.
If Hamilton doesn't improve soon, the Angels just blew enough money to pay every member of the Houston Astros for five years.