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PostPosted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 1:31 pm 
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Wow! Thanks for all of the response. I'll definately keep all of these names in mind. And dalek, I will happily hand over 40% of the intense bragging rights that I will receive after winning my leagues.

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Dave Bush.

27 years old, 166:38 SO:BB ratio last season, 1.14 WHIP.

Most people will just see a 12-11 record and a 4.41 ERA though.


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James Loney once Nomar gets hurt a week into the season. This kid is going to be GOOD.


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seanmbrennan wrote:
James Loney once Nomar gets hurt a week into the season. This kid is going to be GOOD.


He's good for a keeper league. Not sure how much he'll contribute next season. He plays at a deep position and his power isn't a sure thing yet.

He could also have OF eligibility though.


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georgenyc wrote:
seanmbrennan wrote:
James Loney once Nomar gets hurt a week into the season. This kid is going to be GOOD.


He's good for a keeper league. Not sure how much he'll contribute next season. He plays at a deep position and his power isn't a sure thing yet.

He could also have OF eligibility though.


Yeah, I'm just figuring you can get him late or in waivers. Plus me and my buddy are obsessed with him for some random reason.


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Certainly not a sleeper in the conventional sense, but I've never been at a fantasy draft where I couldn't get John Lackey way after far inferior guys had been picked.


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Ervin Santana could be a sleeper in most leagues, not sure if his name was mentioned in this thread or not.


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Dave Bush is going to be ranked high in most publications probably, so will probably not be "sleeper-material." Ditto for Bedard. A guy like Harden, while not a "sleeper" could give you ace stats from a guy picked as your #2 or 3 pitcher, depending on how many people shy away from injury-prone players. I think Prior will be able to be taken later than he should this year because everyone will just assume he'll get hurt(pretty good assumption, I know, but you must weigh the risks and the rewards). For hitters, a high-end sleeper could be Derek Lee, a first round pick last year who can probably be had in round 3 this year. Same with Teixeira.


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mike piazza! :D


seriously...


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