Travis Hafner, DH (CLE): To be quite honest with you, I'm done with Travis Hafner. There is so much value on the waiver wire in my league that I consider this guy dead weight on my team. Whether he was part of the steroids fad and is now off it, or whether he is just straight up struggling, something is wrong with him, and it looks like it is beyond reparation. For three years between 2004-2006, Hafner hit no less than .305 while averaging 34 home runs and 474 at-bats per season. In 2006, he hits 42 jacks in 454 at-bats but surprisingly fell off the face of the earth last year. In 545 at-bats last season -- nearly 100 more than in 2006 -- Hafner had 18 fewer home runs and 17 fewer RBIs. His batting average plummeted to .266, and his slugging percentage dropped from .659 to .451. This year, his struggles have become even worse. Saying the word "struggles" implies that his slump is the aberration and his 2006 form is just waiting to re-emerge. But after experiencing his worst month in nearly six years, I believe that this is who he is now. The only good news is his 17 RBIs, which put him on pace for nearly 100 again this season, but who can deal with a .209 batting average? Even the Cleveland Indians are considering getting Kelly Shoppach more time in the lineup if Pronk continues down this road. I offered Hafner for Kenji Johjima straight up because I have more faith in Johjima than Hafner. If you can move him for someone else who has had a slow start, good luck. Otherwise, you might be cutting the dead weight soon.