Saturday, February 23, 2013

FDH Fantasy Newsletter: Volume VI, Issue IV

Welcome to our 214th edition of the FDH Fantasy Newsletter, as we continue to bring you weekly fantasy sports updates in addition to our usual content on Our archive of past editions is available right here on The Blog and specific links to past editions are available at
This week we bring you our 2013 Fantasy Baseball Overvalued and Undervalued Players.  Our content is serialized from our free draft guide, FANTASY BASEBALL DRAFTOLOGY 2013.

2013 Fantasy Baseball Overvalued and Undervalued Players

NOTE: Our FANTASYDRAFTHELP.COM INSIDER web show will still appear from time to time in the newsletter, but sometimes we will opt for the written word instead.

Our overvalued and undervalued lists are based on comparisons of our draft board to the “experts’ draft board,” which is a compilation of our leading peers in the industry.

2013 Overvalued Players
C: AJ Pierzynski
1B: Joe Mauer, Mark Teixeira
2B: Dustin Ackley, Howie Kendrick
SS: Elvis Andrus, Alcides Escobar, Dee Gordon, Jed Lowrie, Marco Scutaro
3B: Chris Johnson
OF: Michael Bourn, Melky Cabrera, Shin-Soo Choo, Jacoby Ellsbury, Andre Ethier, Alex Gordon, Curtis Granderson, Desmond Jennings, Hunter Pence
SP: Doug Fister, Yovani Gallardo, Zack Greinke, Dan Haren, Ian Kennedy, Jon
Lester, Tim Lincecum, Lance Lynn, Adam Wainwright
CL: Andrew Bailey, Ernesto Frieri, Greg Holland, Kenley Jansen, Addison Reed, Drew Storen

2013 Undervalued Players
C: Jonathan Lucroy, Victor Martinez, Brian McCann, Wilin Rosario
1B: Corey Hart, Mark Trumbo
2B: Aaron Hill
SS: JJ Hardy
3B: none
OF: Carlos Beltran, Carl Crawford, Nelson Cruz, Chris Davis, Austin Jackson, Ryan Ludwick, Michael Morse, Alfonso Soriano, Mark Trumbo, Josh Willingham, Ben Zobrist
SP: Brett Anderson, Aroldis Chapman, Johnny Cueto, Matt Harvey, Colby Lewis, Kyle Lohse, Kris Medlen, Brandon Morrow, Jake Peavy, Chris Sale, Chris Tillman
CL: Rafael Betancourt, Jonathan Broxton, Ryan Madson, Fernando Rodney


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