Hey Brainiacs! I was invited to contribute to a feature over at FantasyPros.com about undervalued players.
The article lists a bunch of players who are more highly valued by the experts than they are going in drafts. In other words, their ADP is later than where the experts think they should be going so these guys are likely to be values for you.
The player I was asked to comment on was Brett Gardner. While he might not be my number one pick for undervalued player, it would appear that I like him a lot more than his average draft position. You can read the blurb in the article, but the basic point is that he will be a premier source for stolen bases as well as runs. He'll hurt you in RBI (meaning he'll get a lot less than the average performer at the position) but he'll be reasonable in batting average (.270-ish) and home runs (maybe 8-10 on the high end, with a bit of luck).
Anyway, I had fun writing the blurb in defense of Gardner in the 9th round. I hope to do it again! Here's the link: http://www.fantasypros.com/2013/03/undervalued-players/