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Fantasy Baseball 2012: NL East Sleepers and Prospects
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The NL East is shaping up to be one of the most exciting divisions in all of baseball in 2012.

The offensively-challenged Phillies will most likely be without Ryan Howard for at least a month, but still have arguably the best rotation in the National League.

The Braves haven't added or lost any major pieces this offseason, but a bounce-back year from Jason Heyward could help bring them their first division title since 2005.

The Nationals are getting Stephen Strasburg back and their trade for Gio Gonzalez indicates that they think they are in position to win now.

The Mets are in rebuilding mode, but they are getting Johan Santana and Ike Davis back from injuries.

The Marlins made some major acquisitions this offseason, adding Jose Reyes and Mark Buehrle. They're also getting Josh Johnson, their ace pitcher, back from injury.

From a fantasy baseball perspective there are plenty of studs that will be owned by every team, but let's take a look at some of the less heralded players that can help you win your league this year.

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