Category Archive: Sleepers

Fantasy Baseball Sleepers, Breakouts & Rookies

Out of Nowhere: Luis Mendoza

Luis Mendoza

If listing all of the prospects in baseball (heck, with all of the young guys on KC) Luis Mendoza wouldn’t have his name mentioned for a very long time. Who? Exactly. Luis Mendoza is fighting for the #5 spot in the KC pitching rotation.  His competition is Felipe Paulino and Danny Duffy.  I use the …

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Advancing Lance

Lance Lynn

Last year we had ‘Advancing Vance’ – Vance Worely – you’re welcome. This year we are advancing Lance – Lance Lynn. Chris Carpenter is dealing with nerve issues in his shoulder which causes his arm to lose strength.  There is no structural damage, but this injury has had him miss significant time in his past. …

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2012 Fantasy Baseball Sleeper: Lorenzo Cain

Lorenzo Cain

I’m not sure anyone is having a better spring the KC’s Lorenzo Cain.  KC seems to have another young star. Through 14 games (32 ABs) Cain is batting .500.  Add to that, he has hit a couple of HRs, 7 doubles, and swiped a bag.  He is shaping up to be an outstanding CF. Cain …

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Come Back Andy Pettitte

Andy Pettitte

What a difference a year makes. Last year the Yankees were desperate for pitching, this year they look to have more then they need.  Especially now that Andy Pettitte is back from retirement. Over his career, Andy Pettitte has been nothing short of great for the Yankees.  He’s about as consistent as they come, eats …

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2012 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: Dustin McGowan

Dustin McGowan

Dustin McGowan is a real under the radar guy. He has good stuff, but lost fantasy relevance/attention due to injuries over the past few years. But now he is healthy. 2007 was McGowan’s last healthy year. He pitched 169 innings, had 144 Ks, 12 Wins, and established a 4.08 ERA. So not an ace, but …

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2012 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: Mat Gamel

Mat Gamel

First Baseman generally get a lot of attention in fantasy baseball.  These are the guys who don’t really need to do anything good except hit.  Any defensive ability is usually just icing on the first baseman cake.  That said, sometimes a starting first baseman goes unnoticed in fantasy and can make for a killer pickup …

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