2022 Deeep Sleepers

by Curt Brooks

Every season sees its fair share of draft anomalies: First-rounders go belly up. Roles carved in concrete get passed along to other players. And undrafted afterthoughts end up having an impact on the standings.

We always like to scan the ADPs for high-skilled players who are so "blocked" on depth charts that their name never comes up on Draft Day. Last year, Santiago Espinal (SB,AV|-P) had an ADP of 537 but earned $7 behind six SBs and a .311 average in 222 AB. Pictured above, Tyrone Taylor's (p,SB+) 482 . . .

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