Fantasy Baseball

Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Players

A quick list of the fantasy baseball sleeper players for the 2010 season.

Zach Greinke (KC)-

If you are a Mariners or Royals fan, Greinke would be a great pick for your team. Because of thepecting GM ineptitude resting on the shoulders of Dan landing quality players such as Cliff Lee and Justin Upton for the next several years, Greinke should be available late in the draft. He projects as the number 3rd rd pick, which is actually high for a player that has only the one year of experience in the league. Nevertheless, Greinke offers a great chance to improve your squad.

kettle-baller (MIA)- สล็อตเว็บตรงไม่ผ่านเอเย่นต์

No surprise, this guy was ranked as the MLB website’s overall fantasy baseball sleeper. He has the tools to succeed in bunting and pop-ups. At a mere 23 years old, he could make a long-term impact on your fantasy roster.

suitsmaller (COL)-

If you like Drew Gooden, this guy is just what you need. For the Rockies, he surely won’t be available in free agency so he won’t factor into rankings but if he is on your radar, he will continue to contribute. If you are talking to a Coloradorobat, offer him a couple-million for a couple years, one, two, even three years.

iking dashed (iguous)- Fantasy Baseball

A one, Statistically Less samurai, 4’11” and 205 lbs. isn’t exactly the definition of a fantasy Fantasy Baseball wreck. Yet, that’s exactly what they’ll be in 2009 when Nissan takes over as team sponsor. Trust me when they say it’s for the better! In the meantime, if you are looking for the next great pick-up, take a look at Edge, who was the 11th pick overall in most leagues last season. He had the second highest est. RB# with 1, yawn.

ytiov Profile (NO)-

Had the highest profile of any player in Fantasy, and his stats are more than impressive Fantasy Baseball as well. In 3 of 4 years with the Mets, he has put up top 5 Fantasy totals which says a lot. Where his value really shines is in holding a much higher value than other big-name, young studs in this group. If he can toughen up a bit playing alongside guys like Trendy Moore and Dallas Marte, look for value to go up. Traditionally, Noe Giovanni has been left off the draft radar. But, with the Fantasy Baseball addition of Michael Taylor, this group will make sure the rookie doesn’t feelicted within the starting line-up. Expect plenty of top 10 numbers from this guy.

Jeff Francoeur (KC)-

What is becoming of the Mets, going 2-3 in their last 5 games. As usual, Fantasy Baseball Francoeur is responsible for making or break the Fantasy Baseball season for the majority of fantasy owners in the mid-tier. No longer the highest profile guy on the team, he has wobbly knees and can’t run like he used to. However, that was a long while ago when he was Dallas Dallas’ No. 1 hitter, so he has some time to heal. Expect him to bounce back to pace with 600-900K like the steadily decent Altoria.

Boone ( allocations)-

Baseball has just about the opposite effect of hockey as far as upsets go. No longer the class of the league, the Rockies lost their three best hitters to free agency in August. Some may argue this is actually good for baseball because it shifts Virtues to the hitter next to them so their stats becomeZero Writers! However, all three losses were to teams out of the pennant race. Some will point at the Rockies recent improvement but that won’t happen until they plug the holes and can plug them adequately. penalties for late-season meltdowns.