I know we're all belaboring the slow starts of EE, JR, Ross, et al. Just a quick post to demonstrate that they're hardly the only ones. Some proven MLB stars are off to some slow starts as well. It's very early. See:
Lance Berkman, .207, 1 hr
Mark Teixeira, .222, no HR, 3 RBI
Ryan Zimmerman, .241, 1 hr (HR hit yesterday)
David Wright, .273, no HR (may not qualify as "cold" but, the lack of power is noteworthy)
Ryan Howard, .220, 2 HR
Gary Sheffield, .119, 1 HR
Alfonso Soriano, .260, no HR (he has missed about a week due to injury, to be fair)
Michael Young, .162, 2 HR
Frank Thomas, .225, 2 HR
Manny Ramirez, .226, 2 HR
Carlos Delgado, .211, no HR
Paul Konerko, .175, 1 HR
Richie Sexson, .170, 3 HR
I'm sure there are others I'm overlooking.
We know most, if not all, of these guys will recover from this to have very productive seasons. So too, I believe, will our guys.