When we think of risk in baseball, we tend to think of injuries.
How could we not, given the rash of pitchers who have gone under the knife for Tommy John surgery after blowing out their elbows?
But injury is only part of the risk associated with America's pastime.
From struggling veterans being pushed out of their starting spots—and in some cases, their places on a team's roster—by younger, more athletic players just beginning their major league careers to underachieving stars limping their way to the finish line in their contract year, there's no shortage of risks that players face.
For a myriad reasons, including those listed above, the 10 players on this list have the most at risk over the final two months of the regular season.
Let's take a look at who they are.