Fantasy Baseball Sleepers 2016: 10 Middle IF Targets

When it comes to fantasy baseball, second base and shortstop are typically some of the thinnest positions around, and even with the emergence of young stars like Carlos Carrea, Xander Bogaerts and Addison Russell, that remains the case in 2016. There are nine second basemen and six shortstops inside the Top 100 (based on average draft position), which puts them behind first base (15), third base (11) and outfield (28) in terms of depth. As such, things are going to start to get a little thin when filling out your middle infielder (MI) or utility spot, but there are still plenty of intriguing sleepers, whether you're looking for speed or power. You can click to the right for my favorite undervalued players and breakout candidates, or you can check out some sleeper picks at other positions right here:

Starting pitchers

First base and third base



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