Fantasy Baseball: A Value Hitter at Every Position

These players, all of whom own an average draft position outside the top 100, are primed to deliver as late-round value picks.

Hitting on the early-round picks in a fantasy baseball draft is obviously very important, but it is just as crucial to land good players in the middle and late rounds to give your roster depth and flexibility. Finding just a small number of those late-round gems in the draft can make all the difference when it comes to competing for the top of the league standings coming directly out of the gate.

In that spirit, here is one batter at each position who is currently going outside the top 100 overall selections -- per National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC) drafts and FantasyPros expert consensus rankings -- but is poised to have immediate impact at reasonable acquisition cost.