If you're trying to get an inside track on some of this year's sleepers and busts in the world of Fantasy Baseball, 989's offering some help for you. They've simulated a full season using MLB 2006 and have sent along some predictions for who will be a sleeper, and who will be a bust, based on their stats last year and projected stats via MLB 2006. A solid game, a free hat, and now free fantasy advice… does the giving ever stop?

1st Base
Sleeper – Craig Wilson Pittsburgh Pirates
2004 — .264, 97 Runs, 29 HR, 82 RBI
2005 — .331, 121 Runs, 33 HR, 108 RBI
Bust – J.T. Snow San Francisco Giants
2004 — .327, 62 Runs, 12 HR, 60 RBI
2005 — .256, 38 Runs, 7 HR, 36 RBI
2nd Base
Sleeper – Todd Walker Chicago Cubs
2004 — .274, 60 Runs, 15 HR, 50 RBI
2005 — .331, 90 Runs, 33 HR, 78 RBI
Bust – Brett Boone Seattle Mariners
2004 — .251, 74 Runs, 24 HR, 83 RBI
2005 — .238, 59 Runs, 10 HR, 62 RBI
3rd Base
Sleeper – Bill Mueller Boston Red Sox
2004 — .283, 75 Runs, 12 HR, 57 RBI
2005 — .335, 103 Runs, 28 HR, 92 RBI
Bust – Adrian Beltre Seattle Mariners
2004 — .338, 104 Runs, 48 HR, 121 RBI
2005 — .282, 87 Runs, 25 HR, 91 RBI
Short Stop
Sleeper – Michael Young Texas Rangers
2004 — .313, 114 Runs, 22 HR, 99 RBI
2005 — .346, 125 Runs, 36 HR, 114 RBI
Bust – Nomar Garciaparra Chicago Cubs
2004 — .308, 24 Runs, 9 HR, 41 RBI
2005 — .267, 84 Runs, 19 HR, 61 RBI
Left Field
Sleeper – Geoff Jenkins Milwaukee Brewers
2004 — .264, 88 Runs, 27 HR, 93 RBI
2002 — .324, 111 Runs, 35 HR, 102 RBI
Bust – Jason Bay Pittsburgh Pirates
2004 — .282, 61 Runs, 26 HR, 82 RBI
2005 — .248, 52 Runs, 14 HR, 45 RBI
Right Field
Sleeper – Brian Giles San Diego Padres
2004 — .284, 97 Runs, 23 HR, 94 RBI
2005 — .325, 108 Runs, 34 HR, 118 RBI
Bust – Mike Cameron New York Mets
2004 — .231, 76 Runs, 30 HR, 76 RBI
2005 – .222, 49 Runs, 15 HR, 41 RBI
Center Field
Sleeper – Mark Kotsay Oakland Athletics
2004 – .314, 78 Runs, 15 HR, 63 RBI
2005 — .366, 114 Runs, 31 HR, 91 RBI
Bust – Juan Pierre Florida Marlins
2004 — .326, 100 Runs, 3 HR, 49 RBI
2005 — .260, 64 Runs, 7 HR, 41 RBI
Catcher
Sleeper – Paul Lo Duca Florida Marlins
2004 — .286, 68 Runs, 13 HR, 80 RBI
2005 –.319, 89 Runs, 25 HR, 98 RBI
Bust – Javy Lopez Baltimore Orioles
2004 — .316, 83 Runs, 23 HR, 86 RBI
2005 — .255, 61 Runs, 11 HR, 38 RBI
Pitcher
Sleeper – Jeremy Bonderman Detroit Tigers
2004 — 11-13, 4.89 ERA, 168 SO
2005 — 19-6, 3.51 ERA, 181 SO
Bust – Jose Lima Kansas City Royals
2004 — 14-5, 4.01 ERA, 93 SO
2005 — 8-12, 4.89 ERA, 87 SO
Closers
S leeper – Greg Aquino Arizona Diamondbacks
2004 — 0-2, 3.06 ERA, 16 Saves, 26 SO
2005 – 5-2, 3.19 ERA, 31 Saves, 49 SO
Bust – Jason Isringhausen St. Louis Cardinals
2004 — 4-2, 2.87 ERA, 47 Saves, 71 SO
2005 — 2-6, 3.41 ERA, 28 Saves, 56 SO

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