Category Archives: Waiver Worthy

Waiver Worthy: One Owner’s Trash Is Another Owner’s Treasure

by Will Overton We know that a lot of rash moves are made early in the season based on reactions to early season performances. Sometimes the moves are moves that need to be made and other times owners jump the … Continue reading

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Waiver Worthy: Which Popular Adds Should You Be Buying?

by Will Overton Every year there are a handful of players who go from not being drafted in any or very few leagues to being owned in almost all of them after one really strong week to start the season. … Continue reading

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Third Base Replacements: Will Middlebrooks Hits DL (and Ryan Zimmerman May Not Be Far Behind)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) The Red Sox’ Will Middlebrooks has hit the DL with a strained calf, leaving Jonathan Herrera and Brock Holt to man the hot corner in Boston (barring a sudden Stephen Drew signing shifting Xander … Continue reading

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Digging Deep: Middle Infield Edition: Ryan Flaherty & Rafael Furcal

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) If you play in an extremely deep format, sometimes you are forced to scrape the bottom of the barrel to fill a need.  In this column we will look at players owned in less … Continue reading

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Waiver Worthy: Six Guys Who May Have Gone Undrafted That You Should Be Considering

by Will Overton We all take great pride in our drafting ability as fantasy baseball players. We pour over numbers for a month or more getting ready and we stand by the picks that we make. That’s why it’s so … Continue reading

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Waiver Worthy: Six Guys To Consider As You Finish Strong

by Will Overton Working the wire doesn’t stop just because the season is almost over. Contentedness is never a good place in fantasy baseball. Even with just one week left you need to vigilant and diligent to finish strong. At … Continue reading

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