Last week we took a look at players that overachieved in the first half of the season. All were on track to career bests if they could somehow sustain their success in the second half. Now it's time to look at the flip side: Underachievers that are buy-low opportunities. Ask yourself if the poor performance is temporary or is it indicative of something more enduring, such as a chronic injury or a tough home field. Timing is crucial: Wait too long and your target can get hot and the opportunity is gone. With a little luck you can reload for the second half at bargain prices. Do you feel lucky?
Let's take a sampling from around the majors, courtesy of