Fantasy Baseball Sleepers and Breakouts

We identified fantasy baseball sleepers and breakouts in time for the MLB Opening Day on March 30. As a result, fantasy baseball owners are trying to create a successful fantasy MLB draft strategy.

The World Baseball Classic offered some insights into top baseball stars’ performance during the offseason. Experts from Sports Interaction hope players can acclimate with their clubs during the final week of spring training.

During the offseason, the Phillies acquired Trea Turner for $300 million. Also, betting software developers hope Turner stays hot after his WBC performance. He had five homers and 11 RBIs during the WBC.

Fantasy Baseball Sleepers and Breakouts

Fantasy Baseball Sleepers and BreakoutsOne of the 2023 Fantasy baseball sleepers is RP David Robertson of the Mets. Before Edwin Diaz’s injury, coaches assigned Robertson to a setup role. However, he is the frontrunner to receive closer responsibilities. According to sports news reports, he has 157 career saves, including 20 during last season on a stellar 2.40 ERA.

Last season, his average fastball velocity reached a career-high. Robertson spent much of last year with the 88-loss Cubs, so his save opportunities were restricted, but that will not be the case in Queens. Following Diaz’s injury, Robertson became a top RP option. However, he is still being chosen outside the top 12 per the 2023 Fantasy baseball ADP. Thus, he is a potential sleeper of the fantasy draft.

One of the 2023 Fantasy baseball breakouts is Alec Bohm of the Phillies. The 26-year-old hit .280 with 13 home runs, 79 runs, and 72 RBI in 152 games last season, a vast improvement from 2021. He is primed to have a huge breakout year with one of the finest lineups in the MLB.

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