2015 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers
Chase Headley is going much, much later than 3B with similar projections.
Jesus Montero, former top hitting prospect, has lost a LOT of weight.
Ray profiles Marlins starter Jarred Cosart, who should be more than a streaming play in 2015 now that he calls Marlins Park home.
Ray profiles the outfielder Michael Taylor, who could be an excellent sleeper pick late in drafts due to the injury to Jayson Werth.
Ray profiles Athletics new infielder Marcus Semien, who may play quite a bit even after the recent trade for Ben Zobrist and Yunel Escobar.
Ray finishes up the American League Central division sleepers, profiling Twins outfielder Oswaldo Arcia, who could be among the league leaders in home runs in 2015.
Corey Kluber came out of nowhere to win the American League Cy Young award last year. He wasn't the only Indians breakout starting pitcher in 2014. Could Trevor Bauer break out in 2015?
Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer has been the definition of disappointment the last few years. Can he build on his strong playoff performance in 2015?
Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino missed a lot of games in 2014, and may not have a starting role in Boston's outfield to begin the season. But, with good health, he could be a very nice sleeper in 2015.
The Blue Jays traded lefty J.A. Happ to the Mariners for outfielder Michael Saunders earlier this offseason. Saunders fantasy value increased as a result, and he could outperform his draft day value in 2015.
Can Michael Pineda stay healthy in 2015? If he does, he could prove to be a valuable late round sleeper on draft day.