Found December 12, 2012 on Baseball Professor:
These guys are players who we had high hopes for but we needed to see just one more solid season before proclaiming them as consistently fantasy-relevant. They might have had a solid half of a season but in 2012, they stretched it out over the course of the year. I had my doubts about a few of these guys, but alas, I do not any more. Honorable mentions: Aroldis Chapman, RP, CIN; Matt Harrison, SP, TEX 10. Ryan Doumit, C/OF, MIN Doumit played games at catcher, designated hitter and in the outfield for the Twins, giving Joe Mauer a rest behind the plate. He wasn’t lights out, but he hit 3 or more homers in four of the season’s six months and also drove in 10 runs or more in every month but June. He was a consistency player last season, and those are the type of guys I trust in fantasy. 9. Max Scherzer, SP, DET “All the Tigers need is another solid pitcher behind Justin Verlander and they’ll have a shot at the World Series.” Well, even with Doug Fister and Anibal Sanchez pitching well,...
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