Guys that always go too low:
Mike Piazza goes about pick #120-130. He had a HR every 20 at bats in San Diego in a bad ballpark in a bad lineup.
He should get more at bats, in a better ball park, in a better lineup. Yahtzee!
Ramon Hernandez also goes way too late in some drafts.
Frank Thomas: 39 HR and 100+ Rbi should go before the 15th round. He winds up going 8-10 rounds after Jim Thome, which is absurd.
Ryan Freel: Goes in the 15th or 16th rounds. He's not 10-12 rounds worse than Chone Figgins.
Kinsler and Phillips fall WAY further than they should. Unless Utley falls into my lap, I draft one of those two in the late rounds instead of overspending on Brian Roberts.
Barry Bonds sometimes lasts until the 19th round. Ridiculous.
Teahen lasts until the 16th round--I'll gladly start him instead of drafting someone like Zimmerman in the 7th.
Olsen, Sanchez, Patterson, Bush, Wainright, and Anthony Reyes make nice guys to fill out the 4th and 5th SP slots.
Octavio Dotel is BACK baby, and he shouldn't be the last closer taken as he currently is.
Y'all can have Brad Lidge, though. He stunk last year and is even worse this spring. No thanks. I'll take Francisco Cordero or Brian Fuentes instead.
Rios and Francouer go too low--especially compared to someone like Magglio Ordonez.
And, the best deal of all I think is NICK SWISHER, the poor man's Lance Berkman--35+ power available at 1b or OF in the 10th-12th round in just about every draft I've seen.