Well, we're halfway through the MLB season, and we've witnessed surprise performances by the likes of Chris Davis. This article isn't about those people, it is instead about the clunkers: pitchers who can't find the strike zone, batters who can't hit anything and players of all kinds who've spent far too much time on the DL for their fake owners' likings. Here are seven batters, four starters and two closers who were expected to post solid numbers this season...and didn't.
Note that this list focuses on top-tier players, players with a draft rate of between 80 and 99 percent.
Statistics courtesy of YahooSports.com, projections courtesy of ESPN.com and adjusted for 86 games played. For full projections for each player, click on the "2013 Projections" link in each slide.