With pitchers and catchers packing their bags for the start of training camp, the 2010 Fantasy baseball season is fast-approaching.
This is a season typically reserved for only the serious fantasy-sports participants because of the daily grind managers must endure compared to the cakewalk otherwise known as Fantasy Football.
I thought I would point out a handful of pitchers who are likely to be bypassed as the normal foundations of managers’ rotations. Any manager building a team with plans of any of these guys being the Ace of their staff are eternal optimists. In fact, these players probably won’t be selected with the intention of filling the number two or even number three slots for the SP portion of their team.
I’m hesitant to refer to these players as “sleepers” but more as back-of-the-rotation “breakout” candidates age 25 and younger.
Baltimore and Florida each feature a pair of young pitchers that made the list...