7. Bengie Molina-Bengie is a consistent power-threat that hits in the middle of the Giants lineup. He's always good for double-digit homers and at least a .275 average. You can't go wrong with Bengie.
8. Chris Iannetta-Iannetta hit 18 homers in only 333 at-bats, just think how many he can hit in a full season. He can have a Soto-like breakout and hits at Coors field. He can also be a sleeper.
9. Matt Wieters-Compare Wieters to Evan Longoria last season. He'll probably start in the minors and get called-up early. He has the type of potential that has fantasy owners drooling every time they hear his name. He can make the jump to the upper-tier if he gets enough at-bats.
10. Mike Napoli-Napoli was a waiver-wire savior for owners that had Victor Martinez and Jorge Posada go down with injuries. His power is legit and will probably be in the Angels lineup every day. When he's not catching he'll probably be the DH.
11. Jorge Posada-Posada is a major injury-risk and I would steer clear of him unless you have a capable backup.
He's having a rough time healing from last season's injuries and the Yankees will have no problem sticking Jose Molina in there if Posada can't go. If you draft him, know the risk and get a solid back-up.
12. Ramon Hernandez-the trade to the Reds' small park only benefits him.
13. A.J. Pierzynski-a consistent lock for 10+ hrs, 50+ RBI and at least a .260 evrage.
14. Dioner Novarro-Had a solid season for the surprising Rays. Doesn't have much power, but will drive in runs and hit for a good average.
15. Kelly Shoppach-Filled in nicely for Martinez last year and will get much more playing time. He hit 21 hrs in only 352 at-bats.
16. Jeff Clement-the only thing that can get in his way is playing time and with the Mariners in rebuild mode, you can bet he'll get his at-bats. His potential is through the roof.
17. Chris Snyder-hits in a solid D- Backs lineup and has yet to hit his prime. He can be a bargain.
Catchers to avoid: Jason Varitek and Kenji Johjima.
If you're desperate: Jesus Flores, Gaerald Laird, Yadier Molina
Super sleepers: Jarrod Saltalamacchia, John Baker, Kurt Suzuki