The difference between winning your league or going home with nothing often comes down to your draft day decisions. Drafting a pitcher whom others slept on can change your entire team's outlook. Just ask drafters who selected Astros starting pitcher Charlie Morton last season.
That's why your Fantasy draft prep isn't complete until you see Fantasy analyst Aaron Sauceda's list of 32 pitching sleepers.
Sauceda is a strategic consultant who puts his skills in financial modeling to use in analyzing Fantasy sports. He has written for Foul-Territory.com and his own baseball blog, identifying inefficiencies in the Fantasy baseball market. He has developed his own all-new stat to analyze pitchers solely based on the quality of their pitches, to find out who's got the best "stuff", and who might let you down on Draft Day.
Last year, Sauceda's new metric would have helped identify breakout seasons from Charlie Morton, Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon, as all three rated as top-20 pitchers by this metric.
Now he's studied the upcoming MLB season and has identified 32 pitching sleepers you need to consider on draft day. One sleeper who made Sauceda's list: Mets SP Steven Matz (250 ADP).
Matz made a career-high 30 starts last season, finishing with a 3.97 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 152:58 K:BB in 154 innings. With an ADP of 250, Matz is a sleeper you should be all over when drafting your Fantasy baseball team.
Sauceda has also identified a pitcher you're not thinking about who will be available at the end of drafts, but has MAJOR upside. You ABSOLUTELY need to see who it is before you draft.
So who are the top pitching sleepers available in 2019 Fantasy baseball drafts? And which undervalued pitcher is a must-add selection in the late rounds? ... Join SportsLine right now to see Aaron Sauceda's list of sleepers, all from a strategic Fantasy expert who can give you a huge edge in your league!