I think we've all heard enough about Albert Pujols, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran and Prince Fielder—the cream of the crop of next offseason's free agent class. No matter where they go (or if they stay), they're going to get paid. A lot.
The latter three are having solid or outstanding seasons, and Pujols, though having his worst statistical year to date, has a historically great resume to fall back on.
But not all are so fortunate. Believe it or not, there are more then four soon-to-be free agents looming around Major League Baseball, and many are not making strong cases for their next paycheck.
Here are 10 players—one at each position, including three outfielders—who are hurting their value through a lackluster 2011 season.
All stats courtesy of BaseballReference.com.