While tried-and-true players who have been with the same team for years are always nice to have on a fantasy baseball roster, new and exciting players are necessary to mix up a lineup.
While these players have proven themselves before, some of them have slumped in the past few seasons.
Heading into 2013, many of these players are finding themselves in a new uniform and a new town, ready to make an impact on the major league once again.
With many fantasy baseball drafts only a few days or weeks away, owners may want to consider players who have recently declined, but could benefit from a new team.
These players, like Josh Hamilton, Heath Bell and the Upton brothers, could end up being some of the best fantasy performers all season.
Whether it be just up the road or across the country, a new team can mean the world to a struggling player, and these players are must-haves on any fantasy teams.