Sitting on the No. 11 pick in our final experts' fantasy baseball draft of the spring, I knew two things: 1. I'd occasionally need to do a little reaching to get the players I wanted, and 2. I had a shot at getting a bounce-back season from Hanley Ramirez.
Unfortunately, Ramirez went No. 8, one spot ahead of Troy Tulowitzki no less, leaving me scrambling to find a Plan B. Fortunately, Hanley moving up reshuffled the top 10, allowing both Justin Upton and Prince Fielder to fall to me at 11. Here's how the rest went down:
Justin Upton, OF1