There are solid young and talented Sleeper outfielders with tons of upside, eagerly waiting to get picked up at the end of the draft day. Here is the list of the Top 5 Sleeper Right Fielders for 2009 that can prepare you for draft day for the 2009 Fantasy Baseball Season.
1) Ryan Spilborghs – Colorado Rockies
2) Elijah Dukes – Washington Nationals
3) Shin-Soo Choo – Cleveland Indians
4) Travis Buck – Oakland Athletics
5) Randy Winn – San Francisco Giants
#1 Sleeper Right Fielders: Ryan Spilborghs,Colorado Rockies – Fantasy Baseball 2009
Ryan Spilborghs is a young potential starter for the Rockies and a sleeper for deeper formats. Last season was good for Spilborghs where in 89 games, he has hit 6 home runs, stole 7 bases, scored 38 runs, .313 batting average and drove in 36. He is a young prospect outfielder who has got the potential to steal and is expected to shine in this season.
#2 Sleeper Right Fielders: Elijah Dukes,Washington Nationals– Fantasy Baseball 2009
Last year Elijah Dukes who has got lot of talent has hit 9 home runs, stile 5 bases and .283 batting average over his final 120 at-bats which he acquired in a three-month period as he missed the earlier and the rest of the season due to injuries. Elijah Dukes has got an impressive walk rate and also has the potential to be a 30-30 Outfielder. He is expected to stick around, break out in a big way and stand out in this season.
#3 Sleeper Right Fielders: Shin-Soo Choo,Cleveland Indians – Fantasy Baseball 2009
Shin-Soo Choo is an excellent Outfielder in Mixed Leagues and a worthy Sleeper in Fantasy. Shin-Soo Choo Minor League Career was solid with power hits. Last year he played 94 games where in he has scored 68 runs, hit 14 home runs, stole 4 bases, 66 batted in with .309 batting average and above all he posted an outstanding OPS percentage of .946. In this season, Shin-Soo Choo is expected to give some good numbers from a late round pick.
#4 Sleeper Right Fielders: Travis Buck, Oakland Athletics – Fantasy Baseball 2009
Travis Buck impressed everyone as a rookie in the year 2007 and has got a solid Minor League 326/.404/.494. Injuries zapped Travis all year long, and he struggled in Oakland AAA where in he could finish hitting .400. Last year in September, he has hit .367/.415/.673 in 49 at bats . Travis who has got average power and decent batting eye and young at age 25, looks to rebound and provide excellent value in this season.
#5 Sleeper Right Fielders: Randy Winn, San Francisco Giants – Fantasy Baseball 2009
Randy Winn was completely undrafted last year. Though he was a free agent in many leagues, he proved himself. In May he has hit 4 home runs with .342 batting average and in August he has hit 4 home runs with .400 batting average. 25 stolen bases and .306 batting average are a bonus for this 34 year old veteran. He is a rate round outfielder who had second consecutive .300 seasons. He is expected to be consistent in this season as he remains to be an everyday player for the Giants.