Pick one team that you think will be the biggest disappointment this season. And by this, I mean a team with high expectations, AL or NL, that will fall well short of expectations.
I'll have to go with the Mets. I think the NL East is a lot stronger. The Marlins are a year more experienced, and will be very good if their young pitcher's can stay healthy, the Phillies just might be the strongest team in the league on paper, and the only reason the Braves missed the playoffs last year was an awful bullpen, one that should be one of the strongest this year.
Tom Glavine is a Hall of Famer through and through, but he's also over 40, and Orlando Hernandez is their #2 starter. I've never seen a team with such high expectations have such awful depth in the rotation. They're relying on so many "if's." If Pedro comes back healthy, if Pelfrey or Humber can have a breakthrough season, if Chan Ho Park and Dave Williams can keep their ERA's under 9.00..... I truly believe that this team is in for a major disappointment. Thoughts?