BALLER MOVE: Continue Scouting; Consider Adding in Deeper Leagues
ANALYSIS: Mark Reynolds is off to a decent start in the HR category as he already has three long balls through fourteen games. The days of Reynolds' 40+ (or even 30+) homers are likely in the past, and Reynolds is notorious for his high strikeout rate and low average. Starting Reynolds may give you a power boost, but may also hurt your team average. Still, Reynolds is one of those interesting sleepers off the waiver wire to stash on your bench because of his multiple-position eligibility (3B and 1B in Yahoo! Leagues). If your league is deep enough, and you make your lineup changes daily, consider adding Reynolds off the waiver wire to fill in at 3B or 1B when your starter has the day off. He may just run into one.Check out RotoBaller's entire 2016 fantasy baseball waiver wire pickups and sleepers list, updated daily!