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Out-of-character season: National League West

The out-of-character seasons of Brandon Webb (Diamondbacks), Marvin Freeman (Rockies), Andres Torres (Giants), Cesar Izturis (Dodgers), and Cito Gaston (Padres).

Out-of-character season: National League West

The out-of-character seasons of Brandon Webb (Diamondbacks), Marvin Freeman (Rockies), Andres Torres (Giants), Cesar Izturis (Dodgers), and Cito Gaston (Padres).

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Out-Of-Character Season: American League Central

The out-of-character seasons of Norm Cash (Tigers), Adam Dunn (White Sox), Kevin Millwood (Indians), Brad Radke (Twins), and Jeff Francoeur (Royals).

Out-Of-Character Season: American League Central

The out-of-character seasons of Norm Cash (Tigers), Adam Dunn (White Sox), Kevin Millwood (Indians), Brad Radke (Twins), and Jeff Francoeur (Royals).

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Out-Of-Character Season: American League East

The out-of-character seasons of Wade Boggs (Red Sox), John Olerud (Blue Jays), Melvin Mora (Orioles), and Carlos Pena (Rays).

Out-Of-Character Season: American League East

The out-of-character seasons of Wade Boggs (Red Sox), John Olerud (Blue Jays), Melvin Mora (Orioles), and Carlos Pena (Rays).

Out-Of-Character Season: National League Central

The out-of-character seasons of Bill Hall (Brewers), Woody Williams (Cardinals), Rick Wilkins (Cubs), Pete Schourek (Reds), and Jose Bautista (Pirates).

Out-Of-Character Season: American League West

The out-of-character seasons of Bret Boone (Mariners), Garry Matthews Jr. (Rangers), Terry Steinbach (Athletics), Darin Erstad (Angels), and Jose Lima (Astros).

Out-Of-Character Season: National League East

The out-of-character seasons of Bernard Gilkey (Mets), John Denny (Phillies), Tommy Hanson (Braves), Mark Redman (Marlins), and Roger Bernadina (Nationals).

Irrational Hatred: American League Central

There are good reasons to dislike crummy players — they're crummy, that's usually reason enough. But sometimes you just can't stand a player for reasons having nothing to do with his on-field performance. Sometimes it's irrational.

Irrational Hatred: National League West

There are good reasons to dislike crummy players — they're crummy, that's usually reason enough. But sometimes you just can't stand a player for reasons having nothing to do with his on-field performance. Sometimes it's irrational.

Irrational Hatred: American League East

There are good reasons to dislike crummy players — they're crummy, that's usually reason enough. But sometimes you just can't stand a player for reasons having nothing to do with his on-field performance. Sometimes it's irrational.

Irrational Hatred: National League Central

There are good reasons to dislike crummy players — they're crummy, that's usually reason enough. But sometimes you just can't stand a player for reasons having nothing to do with his on-field performance. Sometimes it's irrational.

Irrational Hatred: American League West

There are good reasons to dislike crummy players — they're crummy, that's usually reason enough. But sometimes you just can't stand a player for reasons having nothing to do with his on-field performance. Sometimes it's irrational.

Irrational Hatred: National League East

There are good reasons to dislike crummy players — they're crummy, that's usually reason enough. But sometimes you just can't stand a player for reasons having nothing to do with his on-field performance. Sometimes it's irrational.

Cult Favorite Player: American League Central

Rooting for superstars is a no-brainer. As often as not, though, your favorite player emerges not from a pile of year-end awards, but from somewhere a little more special. We asked our bloggers to talk about their cult favorite players.

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Cult Favorite Player: National League West

Rooting for superstars is a no-brainer. As often as not, though, your favorite player emerges not from a pile of year-end awards, but from somewhere a little more special. We asked our bloggers to talk about their cult favorite players.

Cult Favorite Player: American League East

Rooting for superstars is a no-brainer. As often as not, though, your favorite player emerges not from a pile of year-end awards, but from somewhere a little more special. We asked our bloggers to talk about their cult favorite players.

Cult Favorite Player: National League Central

Rooting for superstars is a no-brainer. As often as not, though, your favorite player emerges not from a pile of year-end awards, but from somewhere a little more special. We asked our bloggers to talk about their cult favorite players.

Cult Favorite Player: American League West

Rooting for superstars is a no-brainer. As often as not, though, your favorite player emerges not from a pile of year-end awards, but from somewhere a little more special. We asked our bloggers to talk about their cult favorite players.

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