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The 2013 MLB All-Overrated Team
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Albert Pujols will earn an average of $26.5 million through age 41.

The 2013 MLB season has seen its fair share of surprises, both good and bad.

For instance, the Pittsburgh Pirates have witnessed Francisco Liriano and Jeff Locke emerge as ace-worthy pitchers, despite otherwise suspect careers before this season. And obviously, the Baltimore Orioles must be pleased with themselves about Chris Davis and his 42 home runs.

But for every feel-good story, there’s always a bust. High hopes, usually riding on big salaries, have been crushed throughout baseball this season. Arguably the best example of this has been Albert Pujols, who will earn another $212 million through 2021 despite losing a step or two in his game.

But Pujols is just one of many major disappointments this season. On the following slides, you will find the 2013 MLB All-Overrated Team.

 

All statistics (through August 10) sourced from Baseball-Reference.com and FanGraphs.com.

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