MLB's 2013 All-Disappointment Team

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MLB's 2013 All-Disappointment Team
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Everybody hurts, B.J. Upton.

For every Yasiel Puig or Francisco Liriano, who have enjoyed fantastic rookie and renaissance seasons, respectively, there are those players who are completely lost in the batter’s box and on the mound.

While fans might expect certain star players to perform year in and year out, even the most consistent hitters and pitchers are bound for a disappointing year at one point or another.

Take Albert Pujols, for instance. Despite being one of the most feared hitters from 2001 to 2012, the former slugger’s hitting prowess has morphed into that of a Tabby cat. In fact, Pujols has collected almost 60 percent less home runs in 2013 than in his average season. 

But Pujols isn’t the only stud to turn into a dud. Read on to view the rest of the 2013 All-Disappointment Team.


All statistics (through Sept. 19 games) sourced from and

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