2014 Fantasy Baseball Deep Sleepers First Base (1B) are based on a single season outlook for the 2014 fantasy baseball season. Deep Sleepers First Base (1B) are established for a standard fantasy baseball scoring system in mixed AL/NL leagues. They’re based on players who are flying under the radar to begin the 2014 season and are players to consider drafting late in your fantasy baseball draft, or simply keep an eye on to begin the 2014 season and consider picking up from the waiver wire if needed.
C — 1B — 2B — 3B — SS — OF — SP — RP — Top 10
Yonder Alonso – SD – 1B
Getting off to a nice start to the 2013 season, Alonso was cruising at the plate until an injury knocked him out for a month and half during June and July. Now entering his age 27 season, a healthy Alonso will look to make 2014 his breakout season. Offering 20 home run and 5-10 stolen base ability, to go along with a near .300 batting average potential, Alonso is a solid late round pick for fantasy baseball teams looking for value and upside.
Logan Morrison – Sea – 1B
After a solid 2011 season in Miami that resulted in 23 home runs and 72 RBI, Morrison has been hit by the injury bug over the last 2 years. A move to Seattle may change his fortune, which means the 26 year old Morrison could easily bounce back to 20-plus home run territory in 2014.
Jon Singleton – Hou – 1B
A 22 year old looking to make his major league debut in 2014, Singleton is the future for the Houston Astros at first base. Offering top notch power hitting potential, Singleton should find himself in the Astros lineup at some point during the 2014 season. Based on ability and potential alone, Singleton could finish 2014 as a top 20 scoring fantasy baseball first baseman.
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Sources: MLB Player Statistics – www.rotowire.com