Fantasy Baseball 2013: 10 Last-Minute Facts You Need to Know Before Your Draft

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Fantasy Baseball 2013: 10 Last-Minute Facts You Need to Know Before Your Draft
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Mike Trout would be a great choice at the top of anyone's fantasy draft list. But what about setting up the rest of your draft?

Many baseball fans—myself included—will be engaging in an MLB fantasy draft this week. With just one week to go before the 2013 season begins, fantasy baseball lovers will be looking for any last-minute tips that can help them win their leagues this year.

For those who engage in paid fantasy leagues, drafting can absolutely make or break their season. They pore over stat lines with the the aim of predicting just how that player will perform in the coming season.

In fact, draft strategy is important in any fantasy league, paid or otherwise.

It can be an exhilarating feeling when the seconds leading up to a fantasy draft tick away. Us fantasy freaks are armed with our various sheets of the players we're looking for, and then feverishly cross them off when someone else drafts them ahead of us, hoping that our next favorite player will still be available.

There are some facts that are important to consider, however, when approaching your draft.

Here are 10 last-minute facts that might come in handy before you draft your 2013 MLB fantasy team.

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