Drafting solid core players in the early rounds paired with the ability to pick players that will outperform their draft position in the later rounds is the formula for any successful fantasy baseball draft. While the definition of a sleeper is open to debate and opinion, for the purposes of this video, we’ll simply define a sleeper as a player who outperforms their draft-day value. Let’s take a look at several players that could offer solid value for where you will be able to get them in your 2013 fantasy baseball draft.