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Five breakout candidates with first-round/$35 potential
2014's top-earning fantasy players included some very familiar names: Mike Trout, Miguel Cabrera, Andrew McCutchen, and Clayton Kershaw. All ranked right at the top of last preseason's Average Draft Position (ADP) rankings. Their performances came as no surprise; they returned full value on their investment.
But those perennial studs were joined at the top of the performance charts by out-of-nowhere surprises like Michael Brantley, Jose Altuve, Victor Martinez, and Corey Kluber. These relatively unknown players returned just as much value as the the first group, but back in March of 2014 you could have drafted them much later. Because of that lower acquisition cost, these are the players who delivered fantasy championships.
Our special report, Five breakout candidates with first-round/$35 potential, will disclose some of our favorite candidates to make that same kind of leap in 2015.
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