In parenting they say that it’s the quiet ones you have to worry about. Well the same could be said for fantasy baseball as every season there are players who seemingly come out of nowhere to have successful fantasy seasons. Not many of you have probably heard the name Zach Britton yet, but there is a real good chance that by October you will. Here is everything you need to know about another top notch Orioles starting pitcher prospect.
The Giants just keep trotting out immensely talented prospects one after the other these days and the latest in this lineage is first baseman Brandon Belt. The only thing more appealing with this kid than the possible nicknames is his sweet left handed swing. So, how does a kid who has only one year of professional baseball experience and who was originally drafted as a pitcher wind up being the starting first baseman on the defending World Champions? Let's find out in the first in-season edition of the Farm Report.
Some fantasy players claim that catchers are a dime a dozen and vow to wait until the later rounds before drafting one. Why is it then that catching prospects draw the most attention of any position across the board when talking in terms of fantasy baseball? It is because finding a good one is so hard to do and when you do have a catcher who is performing you know that you have a real advantage against most of the teams in your league. Is J.P. Arencibia one of those players who will lead you to fantasy success in 2011? Let's find out in the final installment of this Spring Trainings Hot Prospects.