#4. Chicago White Sox: RP Matt Albers
2016 WAR: -2.0In a streak spanning across two seasons from Aug. 5, 2015, to April 25, 2016, Albers made 30 consecutive scoreless appearances for Chicago. Since then, though, the veteran left-hander completely fell apart.In his ensuing 48 games, Albers had a 7.97 ERA, with 23 strikeouts, 17 walks and 10 home runs allowed in 40.2 innings. The highlight of his season came on June 1, when he doubled in the winning run during Chicago’s 2-1, 13-inning win against the Mets in his first at-bat since 2009. He also pitched the final two innings to pick up the win. Aside from that highlight, it was a season to forget for the 33-year-old.