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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 12:18 pm 
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I got my draft coming up this tuesday.. Anyone have any good sleepers?

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Now that the keeper league drafted, I guess I could part with some of them. Here's some of the guys who I think are going to have some kind of an impact (I have others that are more longshots, but I don't know if it's worth getting into guys who might not even be starters until mid-season.)

C
-Chris Iannetta (Col) - They released Javy Lopez, so the job's all his
-Miguel Montero (Ari)

1B
-Dan Johnson (Oak)
-Mike Jacobs (Fla)
-Ryan Shealy (KC)
-Conor Jackson (Ari)

2B
-Chris Burke (Hou)
-Howie Kendrick (LAA)
-Josh Barfield (Cle) - especially if he can prove he can lead off

SS
-Stephen Drew (Ari) - batting 2nd in that lineup
-Troy Tulowitski (Col) - my NL ROY pick, he should put up good nubmers for a late-round flyer.

3B
-Edwin Encarnacion (Cin) - could be batting cleanup for the Reds
-Akinori Iwamura (TB)
- Alex Gordon (KC) - if you could really consider this guy a sleeper...

OF
-Jonny Gomes (TB) - my number 1 sleeper this year. In '05, his numbers were comparable to Ryan Howard, and last April, he hit .305 with 11 homers before he got hurt. And now he's hit 4 bombs this spring.
-Chris B. Young (Ari)
-Carlos Quentin (Ari) - With all these young players, this D-backs team could surprise a lot of people and win some games. I wouldn't be surprised to see them in the playoff hunt come August/September.
-Shane Victorino (Phi) - batting between Rollins and Utley should give him a ton of runs and steals
-Josh Willingham (Fla) - a great 3rd or 4th outfielder
-Jeremy Hrmida (Fla) - if he can stay healthy
-Delmon Young (TB) - see Alex Gordon

RP
-Dustin Hermanson (Cin) - all but named the team's closer, and if he can reproduce his '05 numbers, that means 2-4, 34 saves, 2.04 ERA, 1.10 ERA
-Joel Zumaya (Det) - the only thing he won't give you is saves, but almost 100 K's, 6 wins, 1.94 ERA and 1.18 WHIP last year, certainly worth taking in the mid- to later rounds.

SP
-John Patterson (Was) - if he stays healthy, he won't give you a lot of wins playing for the Nats, but almost 200 K's and low ERA and WHIP numbers.
-Ian Snell (Pit) - available a lot later than guys like Wang (NYY), but could win 15 games, his WHIP is only slightly higher than Wang, and he'll give you 100 K's more.
-Jeremy Sowers (Cle) - the Indians did the right thing, shutting him down at the end of last season. Now he's fresh and pitching for a team that will score a TON of runs.
-John Maine (NYM) - seeing as how this is a Mets forum, I don't know why I even bother writing this, since it's unlikely you'll forget about him. But last year, he did have a 7.9K/BB ratio and an ERA right around 3.5, which is definitely worth a late-round pick. Get him while the rest of your league is drafting bums like Mike Hampton and Victor Zambrano.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:18 am 
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Miguel Pinango.

Deep, deep sleeper.


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