One of the greatest parts of fantasy baseball is how much it emulates what actual general managers do on a daily basis, trying to "buy-low" on players in different organizations. The idea of "buying-low" is something that GMs and their staff must think about all the time, spending countless hours upon hours researching who to target and when to make that first phone call in order to get the best possible deal for their franchise. The tricky part is, you cannot wait too long, otherwise the player will re-establish his value and you will have to give up a lot more to acquire him.
This list of 30 players is not simply the worst players on every team, but rather the players I believe have the lowest value to their current organization, as compared to what their value could be somewhere else. There are former all-stars, MVP and Cy Young candidates, and even a 49-year-old pitcher that make the list, and I would not be surprised to see a good portion of these players on new teams by the beginning of the 2013 season.
As fantasy general managers or stock-portfolio managers, we have all tried to "buy-low" at some point in our lives. Here is my list of 30 players, one from each team, that I would try to acquire while their values are so low.