Fantasy baseball owners are starting to grow tired of their unproductive players.
Whether they drafted these supposedly elite talents in the early rounds of fantasy drafts or took a chance of a rebound month out of free agency, many owners are finally letting go of their roster disappointments.
Considering we're getting closer and closer to crunch time in fantasy where every win counts, it's hard for teams to consistently start a player who's been on a roller coaster ride the whole year.
Owners have even gone as far as stashing 2010 breakouts in order to wait out the storm, hopefully reaping the benefits in a month or two.
However, the year is flying by, making it even more difficult to hold a roster spot for a guy who's batting .200.
With that said, here are the top ten players you can finally give up on.