Carl CrawfordCrawford was a highly-touted free agent who came out of Tampa Bay with a stellar reputation and a five-tool resume. The Red Sox surprised many by signing Crawford to a 7-year, $142 million contract. In his first year in Boston, Crawford struggled mightily at the plate (.255 ave., 11 HRs, 56 RBIs), quickly moving down in Terry Francona's batting order, suffering through a leg injury, and never really hitting his stride in his first season here. It ended as badly as it started when Crawford couldn't come up with a line drive in the ninth inning in Baltimore as the season ended with devastating loss. Things may even out in the long run, but Crawford clearly wasn't worth the $14.8M he earned in 2011.