With spring training coming to a close and Opening Day right around the corner, fantasy owners need to get their last-minute fantasy drafts in.
One benefit of having a fantasy draft this late is getting a longer look at spring training performance.
Not that spring training will make or break any player's season, but it might help give a fringe fantasy starter the confidence to get out to a great start in the regular season.
It also gives owners their first look at unproven players—or those returning from injury.
This slideshow highlights six players being taken late in fantasy drafts that are having a great spring training.