Captain Clutch was anything but, grounding into three double plays in the last two games and batting .176 with one RBI.
These playoffs weren't a total loss for A-Rod -- he drove in his first postsason run since the 2004 ALCS! Rodriguez's solo home run in Game 4 broke a string of 15 consecutive playoff games without an RBI.
The Yankees ace won 19 games in the regular season and sported a 19.06 postseason ERA to match in two starts against the Indians, both losses.
The banged-up Guerrero failed to deliver any extra-base hits and went 2-for-10 with zero RBIs in the sweep by the Red Sox.
Slowed by a bout with pink eye, Anderson failed to protect Guerrero in the lineup by going 2-for-9 with zero RBIs.
The All-Star second baseman did nothing to slow down the Rockies' momentum, going 2-for-11 with five strikeouts, no home runs and zero RBIs.
After hitting a career-high 27 home runs and batting .309 this season. Rowand went 1-for-12 with just a solo home run.
The high-priced free agent led the Cubs in extra-base hits in the regular season but didn't have any in the sweep by the D'backs.
He took an o-fer for the the series: 0-for-12 with five Ks.
The normally reliable left-hander failed to get out of the fourth inning in his Game 2 start, allowing six earned runs on seven hits and four walks as the Cubs lost 8-4.