2020 MLB Draft Guide: Maximizing Late-Round Value
They say fantasy baseball championships are won in the later rounds of your draft and Greg Jewett shows you how best to utilize those late-round picks and maximize your value.
Building a strong foundation early in drafts allows one to take chances as it progresses. With this in mind, maximizing late round value comes into play trying to win a fantasy baseball championship. In this article, we will be using NFBC (National Fantasy Baseball Championship) Drafts Champions average draft position data from the start of December through January 13th as a guide to late round targets. Players taken after the 15th round at each position that could breakout or provide category impact over the course of the 2020 season is the key to long term success. There’s a mix of rookies, bounce back veterans, and players who failed to reach expectations in the prior season but own the skill set to return value compared to their present price point. To help you with your draft preparation, five players at each position will be highlighted.
Sean Murphy , Oakland - 234.04 ADP - Nothing draws in fantasy owners more than a young catcher with potential power upside....