Fantasy Baseball: 6 Undervalued Stars to Target in 2013 Drafts

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Fantasy Baseball: 6 Undervalued Stars to Target in 2013 Drafts
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Matt Holliday is entering 2013 with little fanfare despite producing consistently good numbers.

Fantasy baseball owners can set the tone for a winning season by identifying under-appreciated studs in the opening stages of drafts. 

This is usually the time of year to share sleepers who are capable of saving your team with a late-round pick, but some high-echelon players are also underrated.

While major gains are often acquired in the waning rounds of drafts, owners can also pull a fast one on their peers by stealing a stud in the eighth round that performs to the level of a fifth-rounder.

These players will all cost an earlier draft choice, but are currently not slated to go early enough.

Like Rodney Dangerfield and CM Punk, these exemplary players are not receiving enough respect. If that doesn’t change in the next month or two, take advantage of this injustice on draft day. 

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