Fantasy Baseball 2012: 10 Lower-Tier Starters Worth the Risk

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Fantasy Baseball 2012: 10 Lower-Tier Starters Worth the Risk
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In life, there's the Thanksgiving rule. You can't take out your Christmas decorations until after Thanksgiving, or else you look a little crazy.

In fantasy baseball there's the January rule. You can't get too excited or start mock drafting until January. Well, I'm getting a bit of a head start, or I just have a little crazy in me.

Either way, let's talk fantasy baseball folks!

Just like in baseball itself, often times a great rotation can make or break your fantasy team. This can be especially prevalent in head-to-head leagues where starts are everything.

Every year I pride myself on piecing together a stellar rotation. Often times I'll take two starters in the early rounds, one in the middle, and then two high-upside guys in the later rounds. But, late round value is the most elusive, and hardest to evaluate.

So, sit back and relax as we take a tour through the great world of fantasy baseball. Today we'll be examining late round starters who have enough upside that they're worth the risk.

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