We’re barely 24 hours away from the start of the 2011 fantasy baseball season, and that means it’s time to take a look at some potential sleepers!

A sleeper is a player picked well beneath where his level of potential production dictates he should be taken. It doesn’t mean just late-round players who could result in high production, but guys who have slipped beyond where they should in most drafts. 

We’re giving you some of the players who could easily wind up being forgotten, overlooked, or undervalued by your league, the players whose production could easily outdo their meager draft position. 

From rookies like Pedro Alvarez or J.P. Arencibia to veterans like Scott Baker or Aaron Hill, these are the low-risk, high-reward players who could mean the difference between a league championship and a finish in the middle of the pack. 

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