I do think this question has exposed a couple flaws in many people's thinking. One is that people ignore players on bad teams. Last year there were two players worth owning on the Tigers, Young and Sanchez. That is not a high percentage, but they are there. I really believe this prejudice can cost you some cheap production. Young wsa just as good as Blalock last season, but he'll still go late in most drafts if at all and Blalock brings upon spasmatic fits of glee whenever his name is mentioned.
And too many people assume a static line of thinking. What is true one season may not be true the next. Munson is just one step away from being a .270, 30+ homer, 100+ rbi player. In other words, another Glaus. Will he do it? Beats me, but he's worth keeping an eye on. I suggest keeping an eye on him in the spring for hints whether he has started taking that step.