The 2012 baseball season saw many big names underperform, leaving owners disappointed and cautious coming into 2013. That also means there are bargains to be had on draft day.
While some of these players are injury concerns, others simply struggled to get hitters out last season, while still others performed admirably but did so under the radar. To qualify for this list, the pitcher had to be ranked outside the top 30 starting pitchers right now and must have some realistic chance of finishing inside the top 15.
Beware, while all these pitchers present legitimate upside, owners have already seen their dangerous downside, so measure the risk and reach accordingly.