Fantasy Baseball 2016: Draft 'Buy or Sell' on Top Spring Training Rookies

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Fantasy Baseball 2016: Draft 'Buy or Sell' on Top Spring Training Rookies
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
New York Mets starter Steven Matz could make the biggest fantasy impact of any rookie.

The 2015 MLB season gave us one of the deepest and most productive rookie classes in recent memory, as a number of first-year players became major contributors on the fantasy baseball landscape.

All told, Kris Bryant (No. 33), Matt Duffy (No. 71), Carlos Correa (No. 90), Billy Burns (No. 110), Noah Syndergaard (No. 130), Francisco Lindor (No. 144), Odubel Herrera (No. 149), Delino DeShields Jr. (No. 153), Mark Canha (No. 157), Jung-ho Kang (No. 158), Justin Bour (No. 179), Eddie Rosario (No. 180) and Joc Pederson (No. 200) all ranked in the top 200 in standard scoring last year.

So which rookies could make their mark this season?

Ahead we've broken down some of the top prospects in the league who are in big league camp this year, with our take on whether to buy or sell them when your fantasy draft rolls around.

Prospects were lumped into six different categories, to make everything easier to digest.


Note: Everything is based on 10- or 12-team mixed leagues with standard five-by-five rotisserie scoring for hitters (BA, R, HR, RBI, SB) and pitchers (W, ERA, WHIP, K, SV). Lineup construction assumes 22 active roster positions, consisting of one each for catcher, first base, second base, third base, shortstop, corner infield, middle infield and utility, along with five outfielders and nine pitchers.

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