stumpak wrote:J7 has a good list. In my book, a sleeper should be someone that most people are not generally aware, not guys like Morneau and Upton who practically everyone who plays fantasy baseball think will be valuable players next year. For example, this year it would have been guys like Burnitz, Cordero, or Carpenter, who either were not on people's radar screen or where deemed to be damaged goods but have provided good value. It is finding guys who are undervalued, not pointing to top 20 prospects that everyone knows about.
I agree with you. Sleepers should currently be unowned or perhaps owned by fewer than 25% of fantasy owners, not top prospects that have already been picked up.