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2023 Fantasy Baseball Preview: Identifying Late-Round Profitable Pitchers

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Matthew Davis

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More often than not when we get into the deeper parts of fantasy baseball drafts, it’s mostly hitters that end up providing us with a profit. It’s usually easier targeting a hitter in later rounds rather than a starting pitcher. Last season proved that theory wrong as we saw a plethora of starting pitchers going outside the top-250 in ADP while returning historical profits.

 

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