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Champ or Chump - Brad Hand and Gerrit Cole

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends) Justin Morneau could be good. Sigh, what’s there to say about a former MVP who is still only 31 and just two years removed from a half-season where he batted .345 with 18 HR and 56 RBI? Is he another Jason Bay-- i.e., someone whose... Read More

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends) Alcides Escobar is going to go as far as his legs can take him in 2013. His entire fantasy value is based on his speed, including how he gets on base and what he does once he's there. Escobar had 26 SB in 2011, and... Read More

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends) The “thing” I like most about Carlos Santana is the fact that he is a “catcher.” You see, (wink wink), he is a top-tier fantasy baseball "catcher," even though he will most likely play at least a third of his games at 1B or DH.... Read More

Currently going after round 17 in most mixed leagues, Cameron Maybin is the poster child for a post-hype sleeper (see our Outfield Ranks and ADP Comparison). It feels like he’s been in the majors for years and that’s because he has-- he made his debut in 2007 at the age of 20; now six years... Read More

Welcome to the Rotoballer.com Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Series, ADP Arbitrage.  Here RotoBaller takes a look at two players and compares them by both projected statistics and average draft position.  Today we will look at the second base position; you can view the RotoBaller.com Second base Rankings with ADP Comparison here. If you want RotoBaller to... Read More

Adam Eaton Any fantasy owner whose done their homework knows who Adam Eaton is at this point. In three minor league seasons the Arizona outfielder has posted a .355/.456/.510 triple-slash, including a whopping .375/.456/.523 line between Double-A Mobile and Triple-A Reno in 2012. He has averaged nearly 50 SB per 162 games played, walked 166... Read More

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends)   Remember Aaron Hill’s name. He won’t have the same sleeper status in 2013 as he did in 2012, but he’s still not gaining the ADP respect that he deserves. Hill was at the top of the leaderboard for nearly every offensive category among 2B... Read More

If you're not a Mets fan, he's a punchline. If you are a Mets fan, you appreciate his potential but are probably a little turned off by his personality. Either way, with the Mets outfield being notoriously thin this year, and with the team lacking a true leadoff hitter with speed, it looks like Valdespin... Read More

Welcome to the Rotoballer.com Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Series, ADP Arbitrage.  Here RotoBaller takes a look at two players and compares them by both projected statistics and average draft position.  Today we will look at the shortstop position; you can view the RotoBaller.com Shortstop Rankings with ADP Comparison here. If you want RotoBaller to compare two... Read More

Matt Holliday is the #10 outfielder according to the RotoBaller.com 2013 Outfield Rankings, and with good reason, too, since he finished 2012 as the #8 OF overall.  He is sandwiched between Justin Upton and Jason Heyward in the ranks, but what you need to notice is that despite the company he's keeping in the rankings, Holliday's... Read More

Welcome to the Rotoballer.com Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Series, ADP Arbitrage. Here RotoBaller takes a look at two players and compares them by both projected statistics and average draft position. Today we will look at first base; you can view the RotoBaller.com First Base Rankings here. If you want RotoBaller to compare two players you do... Read More

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends) When Carl Crawford’s tenure in Boston came to a merciful end with his trade to the Dodgers last August, it wasn’t Red Sox fans that let out the biggest sigh of relief-- no, it was Carl Crawford himself. The former Rays star never recovered from... Read More

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends) While the Red Sox 93-loss 2012 season didn’t offer many positives for the true Boston Faithful, it did bring us Will Middlebrooks. His season was cut short in August by a broken wrist after just 75 games and 267 ABs, but even in that half-season... Read More

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends) It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times. That pretty much sums up Ike Davis’s 2012 season. Following a lost 2011 season that saw him play only 36 games, Mets fans expected him to anchor the middle of the lineup. But... Read More

I’m assuming that most of you don’t read too much into Spring Training stats. That’s what all of the fantasy baseball sites on the internet are telling you, right? That Cactus and Grapefruit League games don’t matter-- nothing counts-- so you shouldn’t put too much stock into spring stats on Draft Day. Case in point:... Read More

Welcome to the Rotoballer.com Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Series, ADP Arbitrage. Here RotoBaller takes a look at two players and compares them by both projected statistics and average draft position. Today we will look at outfielders; you can view the RotoBaller.com Outfielder Rankings with ADP Comparison here. If you want RotoBaller to compare two players you... Read More

Welcome to the Rotoballer.com Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Series, ADP Arbitrage. Here RotoBallers take a look at two players and compare them by both projected statistics and average draft position. Today we will look at catchers; you can view the RotoBaller.com Catcher Pitcher Rankings with ADP Comparison here. If you want RotoBaller to compare two players you... Read More

Welcome to the Rotoballer.com Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Series, ADP Arbitrage. Here the RotoBallers take a look at two players and compare them by both projected statistics and average draft position. Today we will look at starting pitchers; you can view the RotoBaller.com Starting Pitcher Rankings with ADP Comparison here. If you want RotoBaller to compare... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Jon Niese

Jon Niese is coming off a solid 2012 campaign that brought him onto the fantasy radar. He had strong across the board numbers – 13 wins, 3.40 era, 1.17 WHIP and 155 K’s. The Mets are counting on Niese to continue his upward trajectory and RotoBaller likes Niese for a modest move forward in the... Read More

Yovani Gallardo, coming off a 17-win season in 2011 and a 16-win season in 2012, is becoming a model of fantasy consistency, which is to say an above-average pitcher who will contribute solid (if unspectacular) overall stats. Now entering his age-27 season, he should continue to solidify himself as a #3 fantasy pitcher who will... Read More

(This article was recently updated based on current ADP trends)   Darvish-mania aside, no rookie pitcher entered 2012 with more hype than Matt Moore. The Rays lefty had laid waste to minor league competition since entering the Rays’ system in 2007, then came into the majors at the end of 2011 and hung 11 K's... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Josh Hamilton

Josh Hamilton had a career season in 2012-- a .285 average 43 HR, 128 RBI, 103 R and 7 SB-- that no one seems to be talking about. Instead, there is a lot of focus on his second-half swoon and his sour departure from Texas. Fact check: his second half was a drop-off, but not... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Jose Altuve

Jose Altuve is coming off a solid first full season that saw him bat .290 with 80 R and 33 SB. Those are very solid numbers for a 22-year-old player who had just 221 AB before the start of 2012, especially in the pitiful Houston Astros lineup, and we saw that Altuve is a very... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Jason Kipnis

  Jason Kipnis is entering 2013 as a trendy pick thanks to the overall solid stat line he contributed in his 2012 breakout campaign. His 76 RBI placed him fifth among all 2Bs, and his 31 SB were topped at the position only by Jose Altuve. He finished the first half with All-Star caliber numbers:... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Starlin Castro

  Starlin Castro is a very good and very consistent ballplayer. He’s not a "great" ballplayer, at least not yet, and he probably won't make the jump in 2013. Several years ago he came into the league with too much hype, and too many people expected him to put up numbers similar to the late-1990s... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Todd Frazier

  Todd Frazier will most likely be one of the last guys on your roster. In a 12-team league, there are twelve better options, so you don’t necessarily want to target him as your starting 3B. BUT he can still contribute to your fantasy success, and has the potential to be a 2013 sleeper. Frazier... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep: Salvador Perez

  This year’s catching pool has a lot of enticing players-- players that make you think you know something more than other owners and that you are about to steal a sleeper. Mid-career players who you imagine are going to put it all together and break out ::cough:: Matt Wieters ::cough::. Young players who could... Read More

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