9. Sean Burnett, Angels
The Angels’ problems were clear in 2012, considering their bullpen tied the Red Sox for the league lead in blown saves with 22. And, considering they missed out on the playoffs by four games, that’s a tough pill to swallow. Signing Burnett to a two-year deal, Los Angeles upgraded its leaky setup corps with one of the better left-handed late-inning options in the National League over the past three seasons.