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The cast of 'Undateable' has indispensable advice for your fantasy baseball draft

'Undateable' cast dishes out fantasy advice

Drafting the perfect fantasy baseball team is nigh impossible. There are so many factors to consider, so many questions to answer: Which rookies will make their presence felt in the big leagues? Which players are poised for a rebound season? Who -- who are the sleepers?

Because the last few weeks of Spring Training can be a fraught time for any fantasy player, the cast of NBC's "Undateable" is here to help. Rick Glassman, Ron Funches and Brent Morin are here to dish out their best fantasy advice.

Glassman turned to his own fantasy guru for his picks: "I don't like to make any fantasy picks without my father."


So, who is the elder Glassman pick for rookie to watch?

"Yasmany Tomas … I think he's going to put up some serious numbers."

Funches, though, thinks it's all in the name: "My sleeper pick is Mookie Betts … This man is a darling of the sabermetric community, and I don't even know what that means."

And Morin's sleeper pick is all about relatability:

"Drew Smyly from the Tampa Bay Rays, starting pitcher. His first seven starts for Tampa, he had a 1.70 ERA and a chip on his shoulder because he was traded for David Price. … Watch him -- why? Lefty. Immediately I'm on his side. I was a lefty pitcher. Where? Little League. Did I do well? No, but that was my fault, OK?"

But Morin can still throw well enough to toss a decent first pitch: 

"Undateable" airs Tuesday nights at 9 PM on NBC.  

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