.235 batting average
4 home runs, 17 runs batted in, 26 runs scored
7 stolen bases, caught stealing 4 times
.268 on base percentage, .362 slugging percentage
You had to know Carl Crawford would find his way on this list, at some point or another. Where to begin?
Crawford, like Dunn and Uggla, switched teams in the off season and signed an enormous (seven years, $142 million to be exact) and has definitely struggled to live up to the hype.
While Boston fans are not known for their patience, Crawford has been wretched this season and deserves most of the slander. He has, however, come on as of late and his average is now in the .200's, after spending most the season below the Mendoza line.
In addition to his hitting woes, he also seems to have forgotten how fast he is. He is on pace for, around, 20 stolen bases. That is more than half of his career average for stolen bases per year, which is 47.
Of all the players on the list, I think Carl Crawford will be the one most likely to resurrect his season and become a major contributor to his The Red Sox.