Found January 10, 2012 on Razzball:
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No, they don’t refer to these Nolan Reimold-types as being “Grey’s stubborn and unable to let go of past” sleepers.  No, I’m not just recycling posts from 2009.  Though how about that Garrett Atkins?!  These players are post-hype sleepers, ya’ll!  Catch the excitement!  Don’t worry, I won’t push Carlos Quentin on you.  Though he is reporting he’s fully healthy.  (I’m joking; Quentin is never fully healthy.  Padres might want to consider the Tijuana farmacias to cut back on Quentin’s overhead (and under-oblique. (Bee tee dubya, this is gonna be a challenge counting how many end parentheticals I’m gonna need. (A little help?)))) (Phew.)  I might’ve cooled on Nolan Reimold at some point last year (after pouring a Slurpee down my pants), but “if you really love something set it free” isn’t just for Hallmark cards.  It works just as well for fantasy baseball and rabid dogs.  So what can we expect of Nolan Reimold for 2012 fantasy baseball and what makes him a sleeper? In
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