Fantasy Baseball 2013: 15 Biggest Bargain Buys for Your Auction Draft

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Fantasy Baseball 2013: 15 Biggest Bargain Buys for Your Auction Draft
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Maybe it was his poor first half or maybe it's because he's overshadowed by rotation mate Justin Verlander, but Max Scherzer looks like a fantasy bargain.

Auction money may not be actual money, but just like the real green stuff, fantasy dollars don't grow on trees.

That's why owners participating in an auction draft need to be able to find good values whenever possible, particularly as the auction wears on and the top-dollar picks are off the board. Sure, you'll want to break out the Benjamins to land a few big guns, but finding bargains is just as—if not more—important to having a successful auction.

Here, then, are 15 players whose average projected auction prices make them good bargain-bin candidates.

To make this endeavor more auction appropriate, only players who cost $15 or less or are priced at $2 at least are eligible for consideration.

All average projected auction prices come from FantasyPros.com.

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