STARTERS: Sleepers

This column, along with the one that will run in this space in two weeks, will help you target undervalued starting pitchers.

In two weeks, we'll take a look at $1 end-game plays who offer plenty of profit potential.  

Here, we will discuss established undervalued types.  We'll call them sleepers.

Some are guys returning from injuries.  Others are post-hype types whom owners don't want to get burned by again.  Others may be one skill or split away from enjoying a legit breakout.

Sleepers vary based on league type and size, so as always, be sure to put them into context.


Matt Harrison (LHP, TEX) heads into 2012 with several reasons for optimism.  His fastball velocity has increased in three straight seasons.  It...


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