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Three Fringe Waiver Picks for the Coming Weeks

Fantasy Baseball Advice: Three Up for Week Eight

With seven full weeks of the 2013 season in the books, today RotoBaller casts a critical eye on three players who are on the rise heading into Week 8: THREE UP: 1) Mitch Moreland (1B, TEX): The Rangers full-time 1B has spent the last two weeks mashing and now has 10 HR and 22 RBI,... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Advice: Digging Deeper into Hitters - Chavez, Grandal, Profar, Gordon and more

3B - Eric Chavez – When I pulled up Chavez’s 2013 numbers, I thought the cursor may have accidentally been set to 2004 when he posted a career best wOBA of .384. But no, here we are in 2013 and after going an impressive 9 for 16 over his last 5 games, the 35 year-old... Read More

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RotoBaller Live Chat (5/18): Fantasy Baseball Advice - Santana, Cingrani, Donaldson & More

The following are the transcripts from the RotoBaller Live Chat that took place on March 18th, 2013.  RotoBaller staff expert Uncle Leo (@Uncle__Leo) talks fantasy baseball, waiver wire, and more with RotoBaller.com readers. As always, you can get some LIVE quick hit advice in RotoBaller's fantasy baseball advice chat room.  Let's win some leagues!  ... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Advice: Undervalued Starting Pitchers Week 8

In this piece, RotoBaller will highlight a selection of starting pitchers owned in less than 50% of both CBS and Yahoo leagues that have favorable matchups in the upcoming week. Whether you’re suffering from injuries, poor performance, or your league’s fantasy baseball waiver wire is barren, these undervalued pitchers could prove useful in the days ahead. 5/22: Brandon... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Advice: Fringe Waiver Targets for Week 7

In this piece, RotoBaller delves deeper into three players who are currently in our Daily Updated Waiver Wire Watch List that you should look to own over the next few weeks. These are fringe players, available on the waiver wire in many leagues, who could have an immediate impact on your team. If you invest a roster spot in... Read More

7 years ago


Fantasy Baseball Advice: Undervalued Starting Pitchers Week 7

In this piece, RotoBaller will highlight a selection of starting pitchers owned in less than 50% of both CBS and Yahoo leagues that have favorable matchups in the upcoming week. Whether you’re suffering from injuries, poor performance, or your league’s fantasy baseball waiver wire is barren, these undervalued pitchers could prove useful in the days ahead. 5/13: Hector... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Advice: Digging Deeper into Fringe Pitchers - Hughes and a Few Fish

My NY wife loves the Yanks, and so I've adopted them as my AL team, but I had to let her know it was likely going to be a tough year for both her team and the rival Red Sox. In fact, I almost tried to wager the farm on the under 87.5 preseason win... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Advice: Fringe Waiver Targets for Week 6

In this piece, RotoBaller delves deeper into three players who are currently in our Daily Updated Waiver Wire Watch List that you should look to own over the next few weeks. These are fringe players, available on the waiver wire in many leagues, who could have an immediate impact on your team. If you invest a roster spot in... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Advice: Undervalued Starting Pitchers Week 6

In this piece, RotoBaller will highlight a selection of starting pitchers owned in less than 50% of both CBS and Yahoo leagues that have favorable matchups in the upcoming week. Whether you’re suffering from injuries, poor performance, or your league’s fantasy baseball waiver wire is barren, these undervalued pitchers could prove useful in the days ahead. 5/7: Justin... Read More

7 years ago

RotoBaller’s Three Fringe Waiver Picks for the Upcoming Weeks

In this piece, RotoBaller delves deeper into three players who are currently in our Daily Updated Waiver Wire Watch List that you should look to own over the next few weeks. These are fringe players, available on the waiver wire in many leagues, who could have an immediate impact on your team. If you invest a roster spot in... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Advice: Fringe Pitchers - "Cash"ner and Prizes

Andrew Cashner At home against the Giants last Friday night, Andrew Cashner put together a quality outing (6 IP, W, 5K, 1 ER and 1.00 WHIP), but fantasy owners shouldn't wait to see how his next two scheduled starts (extremely favorable @ Cubs and vs. Miami) go before picking him up. Drafted 19th overall in 2008 by... Read More

7 years ago

Undervalued Starting Pitchers: Week 5 Waiver Wire

In this piece, RotoBaller will highlight a selection of starting pitchers owned in less than 50% of both CBS and Yahoo leagues that have favorable matchups in the upcoming week. Whether you're suffering from injuries, poor performance, or your league’s fantasy baseball waiver wire is barren, these undervalued pitchers could prove useful in the days ahead. 4/30: Brandon... Read More

7 years ago

Fantasy Baseball Advice: Digging Deeper into Fringe Outfield Options

If you want this article and other high-end fantasy baseball analysis delivered to you on a daily basis, sign up for our daily newsletter. Justin Ruggiano (OF, MIA) - Despite the fact they are on pace for only 40 wins this year, the Marlins actually do have an under-the-radar option in the outfield. And no, we... Read More

7 years ago

Fantasy Baseball Advice: Cheap Waiver Catcher Replacements

Outside of several top-tiers players like Buster Posey, Carlos Santana and Yadier Molina, you'll be hard-pressed to find a guaranteed fantasy producer at catcher. If you're in a bind and needing a better option at catcher, Rotoballer will help you out.  Here are some cheap catchers who you should consider if you need a short-term... Read More

7 years ago

RotoBaller’s Three Fringe Waiver Picks for the Upcoming Weeks

In this piece, RotoBaller delves deeper into three players who are currently in our Daily Updated Waiver Wire Watch List that you should look to own over the next few weeks. These are fringe players, available on the waiver wire in many leagues, who could have an immediate impact on your team. If you invest a roster spot in... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Pitchers With The Most To Lose

Undervalued Starting Pitchers: Week 4 Waiver Wire

In this piece, RotoBaller will highlight a selection of starting pitchers owned in less than 50% of both CBS and Yahoo leagues that have favorable matchups in the upcoming week. Whether you’re suffering from injuries, poor performance, or your league’s fantasy baseball waiver wire is barren, these undervalued pitchers could prove useful in the days ahead.  4/23: Bartolo... Read More

7 years ago

Buy Low and Sell High: Trade and Waiver Targets for Week 4

Are you looking to make some fantasy trades?  If your answer is “Yes”, then the RotoBaller.com Buy/Sell Weekly Article is where to find five players of the week to Sell High and five players to Buy Low. You trade for one of two reasons: You need a shortstop, have an extra third baseman and someone has an... Read More

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Rotoballer Targets: Cheap Sources for Middle Infield

Middle infield is where fantasy stats go to die. If you have Robinson Cano and Troy Tulowitzki you can stop reading and start looking for a good OF or IB, because you probably sacrificed those positions. More likely, you find yourself with an average SS or 2B who will require you to continually to monitor... Read More

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RotoBaller’s Three Fringe Waiver Picks for the Upcoming Weeks

In this piece, RotoBaller delves deeper into three players who are currently in our Daily Updated Waiver Wire Watch List that you should look to own over the next few weeks. These are fringe players, available on the waiver wire in many leagues, who could have an immediate impact on your team. If you invest a roster spot in... Read More

7 years ago

RotoBaller Targets: Cheap Sources for Average - Week Three April 15-22

Finding a player with a high average usually requires a trade-off. Rare is the combination of average, power and speed and even rarer is that player being available in your league after the draft.  But if you're struggling in the average category, have no fear, the Rotoballer experts have identified several plus-average players, and some will... Read More

7 years ago


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Undervalued Starting Pitchers: Week 3 Waiver Wire

In this piece, RotoBaller will highlight a selection of starting pitchers owned in less than 50% of both CBS and Yahoo leagues that have favorable matchups in the upcoming week. Whether you’re suffering from injuries, poor performance, or your league’s fantasy baseball waiver wire is barren, these undervalued pitchers could prove useful in the days ahead.  ... Read More

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Buy Low and Sell High: Trade and Waiver Targets for Week 3

Are you looking to make some fantasy trades?  If your answer is “Yes”, then the RotoBaller.com Buy/Sell Weekly Article is where to find five players of the week to Sell High and five players to Buy Low. You trade for one of two reasons: You need a shortstop, have an extra third baseman and someone... Read More

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RotoBaller's Three Fringe Waiver Picks for the Upcoming Weeks

In this piece, RotoBaller delves deeper into three players who are currently in our Daily Updated Waiver Wire Watch List that you should look to own over the next few weeks. These are fringe players, available on the waiver wire in many leagues, who could have an immediate impact early in the 2013 season. If... Read More

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Rotoballer Targets: Cheap Sources for Power - Week Two April 9-16

Week One saw Chris Davis dominate and Will Middlebrooks have a 3-HR day against the Blue Jays. Justin Upton, with 5 HR through Week One is showing he can play anywhere and last year’s 17 HR are an aberration. For fantasy owners still looking for power, we have chosen five guys from our Ultimate Waiver Wire... Read More

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Undervalued Starting Pitchers: Week 2 Waiver Wire

In this piece, RotoBaller will highlight a selection of starting pitchers owned in less than 50% of both CBS and Yahoo leagues that have favorable matchups in the upcoming week. Whether you're suffering from injuries, poor performance, or your league's waiver wire is barren, these undervalued pitchers could prove useful in the days ahead. 4/10:... Read More

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Drew Stubbs

RotoBaller Targets: Cheap Sources for Steals

RotoBaller knows that you need steals to compete in fantasy baseball.  If you punt steals, you’ll reduce your chances of winning immensely.  BUT, you don't have to spend a lot on steals to compete.  If you've focused your draft on heavy power hitters who rack up the HR and RBI, then you've come to the right... Read More

7 years ago

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Early-season Buy or Sell: Trade and Waiver Targets

Now that the fantasy baseball season has started, we can immediately shift from all the ADP / sleeper banter to Waiver Wire and Trade talk.  Trades are perhaps the most exciting part of fantasy baseball aside from seeing your team hit 10 HR in one night!  Trades get the adrenaline flowing and let you practice... Read More

7 years ago

Chris Carter

RotoBaller Targets: Cheap Sources for Power

RotoBaller knows as well as you do that big bats are the foundation of any premier fantasy team. Nearly all hitters taken in the first five rounds are plus-power guys who are good for 25+ HR. To build a contending squad, you’ll need to compete in power, so if you loaded up on pitching early on... Read More

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