Fantasy Baseball Analysis Draft: Round 28

by KFFL Staff on February 27, 2013 @ 11:20:56 PDT


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7) Lucas Duda, OF, New York Mets

Team: Michael Stein, The Hardball Times | Roster

Just last year, Duda was regarded as a sleeper coming off an impressive second half of 2011. However, he regressed in 2012, proving he could not hit left handed pitching with any consistency. However, he is still young and is the Mets' only true fixture in their outfield. He will be playing every day and has the potential to hit 20-25 home runs if he can become more disciplined at the plate. He probably won't crack my starting lineup, but he is good insurance to have and could become trade bait if he produces.

8) Trevor Rosenthal, SP, St. Louis Cardinals

Team: Jeff Paur, RTSports | Roster

With this last pick, I just wanted a boom or bust guy, and Rosenthal fit the bill. If he can land a spot in the rotation, you have to love his chances for good fantasy numbers. This guy can bring it 100 mph and has great stuff.

9) Dan Straily, SP, Oakland Athletics

Team: Bill Macey, Baseball HQ | Roster

With my final pick, I had planned on speculating on Trevor Rosenthal, only to see him taken the pick before me. Instead, I took Straily, who struck out over 200 batters over the minors and majors last year and will pitch in a favorable home park, assuming he makes the team.

10) Francisco Liriano, SP, Pittsburgh Pirates

Team: Ray Flowers, Baseball Guys/SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio | Roster

Why make the injured lefty my last selection? We've got two DL spots in this league. I'll put Liriano on the DL and then grab another SP as soon as I can.

11) Billy Hamilton, OF, Cincinnati Reds

Team: Mark Bloom, RotoExperts/SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio | Roster

Hamilton could have 100 steals this year if he starts the season in the majors. In fact, he just stole three bases by the time you finished reading this blurb.

12) Cory Luebke, SP, San Diego Padres

Team: Josh Shepardson, Baseball Prospectus | Roster

I wanted to select Liriano with my final pick, but Ray selected him two picks prior. I often advocate using every roster spot, and that includes the disabled list. I'm practicing what I preach with the Luebke selection.

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