2011 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers

March 27, 2011 by staff 

2011 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers, Cleveland Indians continued their long and storied history of losing, posting a mediocre 69-93 records and fourth place in the AL Central. The shared disappointment of Cleveland sports fans grew last season as LeBron James left the Cavaliers to Miami, the Browns once again not the NFL playoffs, and the Indians missed the postseason for the eighth time in the past ten years.

As fans of the Cuyahoga pen is likely in store for another losing season, there is a glimmer of hope that Grady Sizemore will be able to find some of their lost glory and catching prospect Carlos Santana to the height of his promise.

Shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera had a great season for the Tribe in, batting .308 with stolen bases and 68 RBIs. Injuries shortened his 2010 campaign disappointing with only 97 games, causing Cabrera to fall from grace for many fantasy baseball owners.

Now that he’s healthy again, Cabrera is a good bed format selection is only mixed and AL. He will never be a power threat, however the capacity of its stolen base mixed with a medium to make it a nice value in the current classification of the 214th overall.

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