Fantasy Baseball Sleepers Part 2

January 23, 2011

OK , as I guaranteed you fellows I was going to chat about the offensive side of the baseball and some of my viewpoints on Carlos Gonzalez and a couple sleepers. So, let’s get started. Let me first talk about my general opinion about the best way to find good fantasy baseball sleepers. I love to look at how players finished the prior season, post all-star break and those players who did brilliantly well in each 5×5 and 6×6 rotisserie league category.

In this article I’ll be giving you my opinion on how to find fantasy baseball sleepers. I’m going to be talking about one of the more popular and one of my own fantasy baseball sleepers for 2010, one will be from the outfield and another from the infield.

Like I noted in my early post Carlos Gonzalez is one of my favorite fantasy baseball sleepers. I like him because if you look at his power to speed mixture he is something special. Gonzalez had 12 HR and 11 SB and his OBP was .384 all post all-star break. This all means he’s got a promising fantasy baseball season ahead of him in 2010. If he will be able to produce like he did post all-star break last season you may be having a look at a 30 HR and 30 SB season out of him. These are surprising excellent numbers for someone that will be going in late 11th or 12th round, which is demonstrated in most mock drafts sites across the net.

As I said I would give you two here is my second, Howie Kendrick, is my special pick for a sleeper in the 2010 fantasy baseball season. I think he’ll be a great player for the up coming season because if you look at his BA and his OBP which is better than average statistical data with a .358 and a .391 respectively. Again if he is able to just carry this momentum over to this season he’ll be one of the top performers at 2nd base this year. Therefore, becoming of the most sought after fantasy baseball sleepers in 2010. Another important thing to look for when thinking about Kendrick for your fantasy sleeper is where he’s going to be batting in the Angels lineup considering they lost Chone Figgins and Vladimir Guerrero.

These are a few of the important things I will be on the lookout for when I do my research on the most wanted fantasy baseball sleepers in 2010. Beyond these key indicators I have noted in this post, I do look at a number of other stuff too which I am going to be going into much better detail on my membership site.

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