Fantasy Baseball 2013: The 15 Best-Kept Secrets in Fantasy Baseball

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Fantasy Baseball 2013: The 15 Best-Kept Secrets in Fantasy Baseball
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Don't tell anyone, but Alfonso Soriano is still one of fantasy baseball's most consistent sources of power.

If I let you in on a few secrets to help increase the odds of winning your fantasy baseball league, do you promise not to tell anyone?

As the wise stripper from that one episode of The Office once told Michael Scott, “Secrets secrets are no fun. Secrets secrets hurt someone.” So it only seems fair to share.

Anyone who blindly enters a draft without diligent research will fail to pinpoint the keys to success, along with the accompanying players who can help them achieve it.

For example, before assuming that catcher is yet again a barren wasteland, take notice of the excess of talent arriving at the position.

Not all fantasy baseball participants have adopted these tenets that are vital to assembling a winning squad, and the players listed will unfairly enter drafts as late-round afterthoughts.

Keep these hidden trends (and the players associated with them) in mind as your fantasy baseball draft approaches.

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