Most disappointing players/teams at the All-Star break

Jose Ramirez has arguably been MLB’s biggest disappointment this season. [Image Source: Flickr | Keith Allison]
Jose Ramirez has arguably been MLB’s biggest disappointment this season. [Image Source: Flickr | Keith Allison]

The Mets nearly swept the three disappointing categories in the National League.

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A couple days ago, award races were looked at as we hit the All-Star break.

Not everything is fine and dandy for everyone though. Here are the league’s biggest disappointments at the unofficial midway point of the regular season.

1

AL Most Disappointing Hitter - Jose Ramirez

In both 2017 and 2018, Ramirez finished third in AL MVP voting, Out of the 155 hitters in MLB who qualify for the batting title in 2019, he places 150th in batting average (.218), 130th in on-base percentage (.308), and 152nd in slugging percentage (.344).

2

NL Most Disappointing Hitter - Robinson Cano

Other than 2008, Cano finished every season from 2006-2018 with at least 3.2 WAR according to Baseball Reference. In his first season with the Mets, he currently has an atrocious -0.9 WAR while easily posting career-lows across the board in batting average (.240), on-base percentage (.287), and slugging percentage (.360).

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