It is a well-known idiom that the core of your team, whether it be fantasy or in real life, is drafted in the later rounds of the draft. While the first few rounds of the draft hold all the glitz and glam, so to speak, or all of the star-caliber to put it another way. The later in the draft you go, the better opportunities there are to build a championship winning roster and take advantage of more and more value. There are a few different ways to really use the late rounds to your advantage and separate from the pack with your fantasy baseball rosters like targeting some of these player types: rebound candidates, starters in deep positions, guys in position battles, potential prospects getting the call to the show, starting pitchers...