Every season fantasy owners go through their research, talk their trash and go into their drafts with dreams of championships and bragging rights. Every year they take studs in the first round and those studs perform.
However, every year someone takes, say, Mike Trout in the 20th round and it is that pick, not Miguel Cabrera first overall, that wins the league.
Not all of these picks will be available that late. But the name of the game in fantasy baseball is return on investment, and these are 10 options that should result is a decidedly positive return.