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Adam LaRoche put up big numbers in 2012.
159. Adam LaRoche, 1B, Washington Nationals
160. Ichiro Suzuki, OF, New York Yankees
161. Marco Estrada, SP, Milwaukee Brewers
162. Pedro Alvarez, 3B, Pittsburgh Pirates
162. A.J. Pierzynski, C, Texas Rangers
163. Carlos Marmol, RP, Chicago Cubs
164. Dan Uggla, 2B, Atlanta Braves
165. Jason Kubel, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks
166. Alexei Ramirez, SS, Chicago White Sox
167. Wandy Rodriguez, SP, Pittsburgh Pirates
168. Jeremy Hellickson, SP, Tampa Bay Rays
169. Grant Balfour, RP, Oakland A's
170. Matt Moore, SP, Tampa Bay Rays
Uggla won't last this long, but he's still a low-tier second base option. Although he does have great power, he has hit .245 or lower in three of the last four seasons, and I'd rather have a more complete player at second. You can find plenty of power guys at first base.
I'm big on Estrada. He has a solid ERA and WHIP, and his 9.0 career K/9 rate should be welcomed by any fantasy owner.
There's no way Moore will last this long, but I'm not sold on him yet. His WHIP is terrible, and he walked more than four batters per nine innings last season. Not only does that hurt that one specific category, but it doesn't allow him to go deeper into games, meaning that he has fewer chances to obtain wins.