Playing Patience or Panic on the Boston Red Sox's 5 Worst Early Slumps

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Playing Patience or Panic on the Boston Red Sox's 5 Worst Early Slumps
Elise Amendola
Edward Mujica is near the top of the list of underachieving Red Sox.

The defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox have gotten off to a rocky start in 2014.

With just a 4-6 record through their first 10 games, it is no surprise that several players have not performed at the levels expected of them.

For the most part, it's much too early in the season to come to any conclusions based on what's happened so far.  Slumps to begin the year are often just a product of a small sample size, however, it is possible that a player's struggles at this point could be a sign of things to come.

Here is a list of the five Red Sox with the most disappointing numbers through 10 games and a verdict of whether patience or panic is the proper reaction to each. 

 

Statistics courtesy of RedSox.com.

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