Third base has become a shallow position over the past few years. With most of the elite talent going in the early rounds, will there be any value picks late? Let's take a look...
Second base has become considerably deeper over the past year with the breakouts of players like Aaron Hill and Jose Lopez. Still, in the mid-to-late rounds there are some interesting names to consider. Will there be more breakout players at second base this season? Let's take a look...
This list is a testament to the depth of first base this season. There aren't many sleepers, but there are a few possible busts. Who will surprise? Who will disappoint? Let's take a look...
March first, the weather seems to be getting warmer and opening day draws closer. But before we get to opening day, we need to have our draft day. Over the next week or so, I'll be covering the 2010 Sleepers and Busts by position. We kick off behind the dish at catcher.
In this colorfull edition of "Who to Watch" we finish up the AL Central and start to head out east (hoping to avoid the snow!). While the White Sox look like a club buillt with solid fantasy contributors, the Blue Jays have some major question marks and players coming off of what could be a career year. Who do you want to tagret and who do you want to forget?
In every fantasy league prospects will be on the minds of owners come draft day and well into the season. While most prospects, if not all of them, will likely go undrafted in standard 12 team mixed leagues, there is a good chance that a number of them will be called upon by the big club at some point in 2010. The big question is when (or if) they will get the call and what type of impact they can have when they do.
Daniel M. Follows up with his previous mailbag question with five more prospects that could make a potential impact in 2010.
Consider this a preview of the 2010 FB365 Draft Guide, which you can access here. These prospect notes and many more like them can be found in the 2010 Team Reports. You can view a sample page here.
After a couple weeks off (in order to finish up the draft guide) Brett Greenfield and I are back and taking on the task of focusing on one player from each team you want to target on draft day and one player you want to avoid. Today we look at two teams from the AL Central, one who is a consistent competitor and one that has Yunieski Betancourt at shortstop (yuck).