Sexson, Furcal and Rollins have all hurt me.
Thought that they would have nice years.
I was wrong about Soriano.
I think the thing to remember here guys is that everything you project is usually based on some sort of perception. For me, statistics form a large part of my perception, for others their personal experiences play a role. But for the most part it's just about taking all the research, and all the evidence that you have and making a case for or against a player.
Guys like Vazquez and Soriano, as far as I could see, showed no reason why they should have excellent seasons - and when that happens, you just have to realise that the decision is not always the outcome, and to not try and beat yourself up about it.