MLB's Top Ten 2010 Comebacks: Wasted Millions, Suddenly Worth It

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MLB's Top Ten 2010 Comebacks: Wasted Millions, Suddenly Worth It

David Ortiz may be starting to turn a corner, as he's hit safely in his last six games and driven in 11 runs over his last nine. Still, it's a bit early to tell if Big Papi will ultimately prove worth the $12.5 million he's earning in 2010.

It's unlikely, for Ortiz hasn't earned his keep sabermetrically since the 2007 Championship season.

While the Fenway Faithful fight only mildly fight the urge to boo their overpaid, aging slugger, other fan bases around MLB are experiencing quite the opposite sensation:

They aren't quite sure if they should wholeheartedly cheer their aging, seemingly overpaid, but resurging, stars.

Names like Barry Zito, Carlos Silva, Scott Rolen, and Vernon Wells are on their lips, and they're shocked to find themselves cheering their once fading heroes.

Here are the top 10 greatest comebacks thus far in 2010.

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