Ten MLB Hitters Who Should Rebound from Poor Starts

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Ten MLB Hitters Who Should Rebound from Poor Starts
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Today's review of 10 players who should see their batting numbers spike as the season continues is a companion to yesterday's survey of 10 players who are off to hot starts, but may see their fortunes turn around somewhat going forward.

This list is a veritable All-Star team (with no catcher) and includes a number of first or second round options. Chances are if you drafted one or more of these guys, you're not only pulling your hair out, but also in a position in the standings you didn't foresee in late March.

This article is here to preach patience with these players—they will play better than they have, and you want to be the one to reap the reward after having suffered through the cold streak.

Note: Some stats may disagree with current ones; I've written this over the last day or two.

Shameless self plug: I didn't include Grady Sizemore because I already wrote about how I think he's due to bounce back.

Soon to follow: Pitchers who will fade or rebound as June approaches.

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