Fantasy Baseball 2016: 10 Starting Pitcher Sleepers to Target

Year-in and year-out, starting pitcher is always the most compelling position when it comes to fantasy baseball. The sheer depth--there will be 150 starting pitchers around the league when the regular season opens, and many more will enter or leave rotations on a consistent basis--means there is all kinds of value to be had at the end of your draft. While grabbing a stud like Clayton Kershaw or Max Scherzer is always nice, you're going to have to find hit on some late-round steals if you're going to win your league. As always, the goal with picks at the end of your draft is to find upside and potential, and starting pitcher is just the place to find those qualities in droves. You can click to the right for my favorite SP sleepers in 2015. Note that all average draft position numbers come from, and that only starting pitchers outside the Top 36 at their position were considered. (Getty)