Fantasy owners are always on the lookout for sleepers, but sometimes those "under-the-radar" options become so popular that they no longer become true sleepers. That's why this preseason (on March 14) I dug a little deeper, analyzing 10 deep sleepers for 2011, players who were more likely options in single-league formats but also had a chance to have mixed-league value, as well.
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Jason joined ESPN.com in 2008. Prior to that, he was a columnist for MLB.com and SI.com. A graduate of the MLB Scouting Bureau Scout Development Program, he has also done scouting projects for multiple major league teams.
Jason won his third Tout Wars title in 2010 to follow up his second LABR title in 2009, and his writing has been nominated for multiple awards by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association. In his "spare" time, he also serves as an official scorer for the Arizona Rookie League.