It's a weird thing being a fantasy baseball sleeper. It isn't exactly a compliment, but it isn't the worst thing in the world, either. Essentially, it means you're good enough for optimistic owners to rest their hopes on but not quite good enough for everyone to want to take a chance on.
If you listen to sound bites from nearly any post-game press conference, you're bound to hear about how players love to prove people wrong. So here are some of the top options at each position in the right time and place to potentially make everyone regret not drafting them.
Or they might not really deliver at all. After all, that's what makes them sleepers.