Fantasy Baseball: 2012 Busts Who Will Make Huge Comebacks in 2013

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Fantasy Baseball: 2012 Busts Who Will Make Huge Comebacks in 2013
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Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer burned hopeful fantasy owners in 2012, but don't be afraid to cash in on him at a huge discount in 2013.

Several fantasy baseball busts in 2012 will make great draft day steals in 2013.

This is because fantasy baseball owners treat their players like high school boys treat girls. Burn them once and they're not likely to invest in the relationship anytime soon.

Injured stars are generally an exception to this rule. Matt Kemp, Troy Tulowitzki, Jose Bautista, Joey Votto, Evan Longoria and Pablo Sandoval all fell well short of expectations, but they aren't likely to fall too far in drafts next spring (although I can't make that same promise for Jacoby Ellsbury).

The players who tanked our seasons while still healthy and in our lineups, however, will receive the cold shoulder.

Don't make that mistake. Use it to your advantage.

Here are five studs you can draft at a discount in 2013 because they were busts in 2012.

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