No Phillies and no Yankees...not to mention the Red Sox and Braves both collapsed to close out the season, failing to make the playoffs.
It's been a strange postseason, with the Brewers finally living up to their potential, the Rangers avoiding a letdown following last year's World Series appearance and the Tigers and Cardinals catching fire in the second half of the season and riding those hot streaks to upsets of the Yankees and Phillies, respectively.
All of the eight playoff teams have their fair share of superstars—some are proving, others are proving nothing.
Obviously, the four teams eliminated will have their fair share of disappointment, but so do the four left.
Here are the seven most disappointing superstars of this postseason. While guys like Placido Polanco, Alex Avila and Elvis Andrus have been disappointing, they're hardly superstars. Here, I'm talking about the guys who had to show up for their teams to win it all.