Baseball season is underway and fantasy drafts are mostly complete. Now is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of free agency and discover some starting pitching that may have slipped through the cracks. The following are 10 pitchers that are being vastly undervalued. These pitchers are owned in less than 50 percent of most fantasy leagues and can likely be scooped off the waiver wire. By the end of the season their ownership will likely be closer to 100 percent, so now is a good time to take advantage of these pitchers when they are still relatively free.
10. Adam Conley (Miami Marlins)
Conley was completely off the radar when 2015 began after missing the majority of 2014 with elbow problems. This injury during a key part of his development had the majority of prospect prognosticators discarding Conley and his funky delivery. However, Conley was immediately successful during 2015, leading The Pacific Coast League in ERA before being called up and holding his own in the majors. Included in his MLB run was holding the surging Mets offense scoreless over seven innings late in the season. Looking at his final numbers, he posted a very healthy strikeout rate and seems poised to continue developing. This left-hander has plenty of velocity and could really thrive while pitching in the modest NL East division. At 25-years old, Conley could experience major gains during his peak years, particularly when factoring in that he is still a year behind in his development after missing 2014. Conley has the skills to breakout into a pitcher reminiscent of Patrick Corbin and can currently be had for a fraction of the price.