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Waiver Wire Report: Week 4

Waiver Wire Report: Week 4

Welcome to week four of the waiver wire report. Each week I will dig through the f/a pool to find the best potential free agents on waivers. Some are good for a quick boost, others could be good long-term additions, and there will be a few speculative adds thrown in there as well. For the […]

Waiver Wire Report: Week 3

Waiver Wire Report: Week 3

Welcome to week three of the waiver wire report. Each week I will dig through the f/a pool to find the best potential free agents on waivers. Some are good for a quick boost, others could be good long-term additions, and there will be a few speculative adds thrown in there as well. For the […]

Waiver Wire Report: Week 2

Waiver Wire Report: Week 2

Welcome to week two of the waiver wire. Each week I will dig through the f/a pool to find the best potential free agents on waivers. Some are good for a quick boost, others could be good long-term additions, and there will be a few speculative adds thrown in there as well. For the most […]

Waiver Wire Report: Week One

Waiver Wire Report: Week One

It is never too early to start looking at the waiver wire. The smart fantasy owners have already taken stock of what is available and are well aware of which late draft picks represent the weakest links on their squad. “But my team is perfect – All my late draft picks are full of upside, […]

Waiver Wire Report: Who’s Hot – Who’s Not

Waiver Wire Report: Who’s Hot – Who’s Not

If your league playoffs have not started yet, they will be either this week or next. As I have said before, it’s time to stop looking at the names and looking solely at production, because there is no tomorrow. Every category counts, so don’t look at a player and dismiss them because you don’t see […]

Waiver Wire Report: The Hot List

Waiver Wire Report: The Hot List

We are in the stretch run for fantasy baseball. Some teams are entering their playoff rounds while others are preparing to do so. Because of this, traditional waiver wire advise means nothing. At this point it does not matter what kind of potential a player has. At this point it doesn’t matter if the BABIP […]

Waiver Wire Report: Post Trade Deadline

Waiver Wire Report: Post Trade Deadline

The major league trade deadline has passed, and unless your league has custom settings the fantasy trade deadline has passed as well. That means the only way from here on out to improve your team is through waivers. And, that also means teams will starting to bring up their new toys to see what they […]

Waiver Wire Report: Who’s Ready for Football

Waiver Wire Report: Who’s Ready for Football

Are you ready for some football? I know I’m not, but some of you are. I used to play fantasy football, bu after eight year’s of playing I came to the inevitable conclusion that I suck. I’m sure if I put a little more effort in to it I could have been competitive (maybe), but […]

Waiver Wire Report: Keep Digging

Waiver Wire Report: Keep Digging

We kick off this weeks waiver wire with a quote from my buddy, and fellow fantasy writer, Seth Klein. If you’re neck and neck in a H2H league and don’t use all your allotted adds each week, you have only yourself to blame when u miss playoffs — Seth Klein (@SethDaSportsMan) July 23, 2016 Sadly, […]

Waiver Wire Report: Hitting the Reset Button

Waiver Wire Report: Hitting the Reset Button

Each year when the all-star break passes I hit the rest button here on the wire. That means that all previously recommended players should be looked at with skepticism. Sure, Didi Gregorius has done a fantastic job at shortstop, but things have a tendency of changing at the break. Hot streaks that carried a player […]

Waiver Wire Report: Closing out the First Half

Waiver Wire Report: Closing out the First Half

There has been a lot of bullpen activity over the past few weeks. The Padres shipped Fernando Rodney out-of-town, and the Diamondbacks did the same with Brad Ziegler. Add on injuries to Wade Davis and Craig Kimbrel and you’re left with a slew of fantasy owners scrambling to the waiver wire in search of a […]

Waiver Wire Report: Under-Owned Commodities

Waiver Wire Report: Under-Owned Commodities

The waiver wire isn’t just about looking for the next hot player. OK; it is, but often times players are overlooked due to a slow start or dismissed based upon a poor track record or even age. What a player has done in the past should not matter. Mike Moustakas proved that last year, and […]

Waiver Wire Report: Week 13

Waiver Wire Report: Week 13

Justin Bour (Marlins) Available in 56% of CBS, 77% of Y! and 73% of ESPN leagues Bour is under-owned partly due to the fact he sits versus lefties, but he’s batting .276 against righties with 13 home runs over 174 at bats. For the season and the last 30 days he ranks just outside the […]

Waiver Wire Report: Here comes the Kids

Waiver Wire Report: Here comes the Kids

Hopefully you took my advice last week and picked up Wilson Contreras who was called up yesterday. I know those of you in one catcher leagues may be a little slow to roster him, but believe me he is the kind of difference maker you want hidden away now before he starts getting more at […]

Waiver Wire Report: Keep your bench fluid

Waiver Wire Report: Keep your bench fluid

Someone once asked me where I look for the players that are featured here on the waiver wire. More often than not, I look no further than my own watch list in my home league. My watch list is full of players that I would love to or would consider owning; it is constantly changing […]

Waiver Wire Report: In with the Old

Waiver Wire Report: In with the Old

Why is it that when a young hitter shows power and signs of breaking out, or a young pitcher is lights out over a few starts, that fantasy owners run to the waiver wire to stake their claim? Yet when an older player who either has had a few disappointing years, or even one that […]

Waiver Wire Report: Down the Road

Waiver Wire Report: Down the Road

The fun thing about the waiver wire is, every time you think there is nothing left of value, more players pop up to prove you wrong. I am constantly looking on the waiver wire, not because I have to be, but because it is the only way to stay one step ahead of the rest […]

Waiver Wire Report; fresh faces and recycled stars

Waiver Wire Report; fresh faces and recycled stars

It is one of those weekends where I have no colorful anecdotes or words of wisdom to share with the masses. What I do have for you is a number of under-owned players who can help your fantasy team now – that is why you are here, right? And away we go! Adam Duvall (Reds): […]

Waiver Wire Report: Pitchers Edition

Waiver Wire Report: Pitchers Edition

Last week I decided to focus solely on hitters, so this week I turn my attention to those men on the mound. Pitchers are so much harder to figure out given they only go every five days. You can read a little bit from the early numbers, but things can reverse course with the drop […]

Waiver Wire Report: Hitters Edition

Waiver Wire Report: Hitters Edition

Over the years the number of friends I have that I speak to regularly, that actually play fantasy baseball, have dwindled, so when I received a phone call the other day I was granted a rare opportunity to talk about the subject. We discussed our teams (obviously), trades, injuries, and of course, free agents. One […]