2010 Stats with Washington Nationals (158 G, 558 AB): 85 R, 38 HR, 103 RBI, .260 AVG, .356 OBP In 2009 and 2010, Dunn hit 38 home runs each year with the Nationals. Ever since joining the White Sox in the offseason, though, Dunn has been stone cold: through the All-Star break he is batting .160, has nine home runs, and is on pace to break his career strikeout total of 199.
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2010 Stats with Florida Marlins (159 G, 589 AB): 100 R, 33 HR, 105 RBI, .287 AVG, .369 OBP Last year the second baseman hit for career highs in batting average, home runs, and RBIs. Although his power numbers haven't diminished much this year with the Braves, Uggla is batting .185 through the All-Star break.
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2010 Stats with Tampa Bay Rays (154 G, 600 AB): 110 R, 19 HR, 90 RBI, .307 AVG, .356 OBP, 47 SB Crawford endured an abysmal start to his Red Sox career, batting .155 in April. Since then, his average has improved somewhat, but what is perhaps most striking is his lack of stolen bases. Crawford, who has stolen at least 46 bases in seven of his last eight seasons, has swiped just eight bags through the All-Star break. Crawford went on the DL on June 18 with a strained hamstring and a .275 OBP.
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2010 Stats with Philadelphia Phillies (156 G, 554 AB): 106 R, 27 HR, 85 RBI, .296 AVG, .388 OBP A NL-leading 46 doubles with the Phillies helped Werth sign a seven-year, $126 million contract with the Nationals this offseason. So far, though, Werth has posted disappointing numbers, including a .215 average through the All-Star break.
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2010 Stats with Toronto Blue Jays (157 G, 590 AB): 79 R, 31 HR, 88 RBI, .273 AVG, .331 OBP Wells seems to be missing Toronto. In his first year away from the Blue Jays, the outfielder has a career low batting average (.222) and on-base percentage (.248) through the All-Star break.
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2010 Stats with San Francisco Giants (148 G, 521 AB): 64 R, 24 HR, 85 RBI, .248 AVG, .304 OBP The pop that gave Uribe enough power to hit 24 home runs for the Giants seems to have left him. Uribe is struggling with the Dodgers and has hit just four dingers in 2011 while batting .207 through the All-Star break.
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2010 Stats with Kansas City Royals (91 G, 352 AB): 46 R, 5 HR, 37 RBI, .318 AVG, .384 OBP A career .289 hitter in eight years with the Royals, DeJesus' 8-for-54 June with the A's has helped bring his average down to .220 for the season through the All-Star break.
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2010 Stats with Los Angeles Angels (145 G, 482 AB): 55 R, 21 HR, 84 RBI, .274 AVG, .361 OBP Matsui adapted well to life away from New York in 2010, as he joined the Angels and put up comparable numbers to his previous seasons. Now with the A's, the Japanese slugger has had a tough 2011 with just a .209 average and .327 slugging percentage (.459 in 2010) through the All-Star break.
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2010 Stats with Toronto Blue Jays (118 G, 409 AB): 53 R, 20 HR, 66 RBI, .281 AVG, .314 OBP John Buck had an All-Star year with Toronto in 2010. Although he came to the Marlins with a career .243 average, he's managed to bat just .220 through the All-Star break.
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2010 Stats with Tampa Bay Rays (64 G, 62.1 IP): 3-2, 45 SV (3 BS), 57 K, 1.73 ERA, 0.80 WHIP Last year with the Rays, Soriano had an AL-leading 45 saves. Now a setup man for the Yankees, Soriano is boasting a not-so-respectable 5.40 ERA and has been on the DL since May 14.
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2010 Stats with Kansas City Royals (33 GS, 220 IP): 10-14, 181 K, 4.17 ERA, 1.25 WHIP Two years ago, Greinke was a Cy Young winner with the Royals. The righthander came to the National League with a career 3.82 ERA, but began the season on the DL with a cracked rib and has a 5.45 ERA in 13 starts with the Brewers through the All-Star break. However, he has managed 99 strikeouts in 74.1 innings.
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