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Another week, another list of waiver wire pickups. This week, it seems like players who had slow starts are finally picking it up, and owners are picking them up. We're getting into that time of the year where it pays to take a shot on a guy and dump some well-known names if they aren't... Read More

Lisalverto Bonilla was not treated kindly by the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday. He lasted just 2 1/3 innings, allowing six runs on three hits and five walks. Bonilla struggled to throw strikes in this outing and the patient Blue Jays were more than happy to make him work. Bonilla is not showing much promise... Read More

Cleveland Indians closer Cody Allen survived a rough inning to collect his 14th save of the year Monday. Allen allowed a run on three hits and struck out two. Allen has hit a bit of a rough patch lately, but even in a rough patch, he's been a great closer. He was likely a value... Read More

Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Andrew Miller picked up his 12th hold of the season on Monday, striking out all three batters he faced. Miller's ERA is now a ridiculous 0.35. He's a top-three reliever in baseball and holds mixed league value despite not working in a closer role. Hot Trending ArticlesWeek 9 Start/Sit: MLB Starting... Read More

Washington Nationals closer Koda Glover came into today's game against the Giants and quickly sat down the batters in order. He struck out two and earned his sixth save of the season. He's now a perfect 6-for-6 on save chances. Glover was mixing his usual 97 mph fastballs with deceptive sliders and looks locked into the... Read More

Chicago White Sox closer David Robertson earned his eighth save of the season on Sunday afternoon, pitching a clean ninth inning and protecting a one-run lead as the White Sox beat the Red Sox 5-4. He struck out two of the three batters he faced and got the job done with just 14 pitches. Robertson... Read More

San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Hunter Strickland was ejected during the eighth inning of the Giants-Nats game Monday after hitting outfielder Bryce Harper with a pitch. Harper charged the mound, and both Strickland and Harper landed punches on each other as a massive brawl broke out. The two have history from the 2014 NLDS when Harper homered... Read More

Things haven’t been the smoothest for New York Mets closer Addison Reed this season, but that didn’t stop him from securing his seventh save of the season on Memorial Day. Reed didn’t allow any runs this time but did allow two hits and struck out a pair in his one inning of work. This comes after... Read More

New York Mets closer Jeurys Familia is expected to miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on May 13 to remove an arterial blood clot in his right shoulder, but don’t tell the 27-year-old closer that. Familia thinks he’ll pitch again this season, telling the New York Post, “If everything goes well, I’ll be... Read More

Happy Memorial Day and welcome to Streaming Wars, your one-stop resource for streaming the waiver wire. Use this column to improve upon your neediest categories. Below are your pitcher and hitter streaming targets for Tuesday, May 30th. Let's get to it.   Agenda %#**@#% Today's Weather and Updates Tomorrow's Picks   1. *#^@*% Embedded videos aren't... uh... embedding. Go click... Read More

Huston Street Throws Again

Los Angeles Angels relief pitcher Huston Street (lat) threw for Triple-A Salt Lake City last night, allowing two runs on two hits in two-thirds of an inning. This is the first time that Street has thrown on back-to-back nights, and he now has a 6.75 ERA in three appearances with the Bees. Unless he has a... Read More

New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman continues to make a smooth transition in the recovery process after being placed on the disabled list. The 29-year-old, who landed on the DL with tendinitis and bursitis in his left shoulder, made 25 pitches from 60 feet on Saturday. He also began playing catch and has expressed his... Read More

After he tossed 24 pitches in his save on Saturday afternoon, the New York Yankees opted not to use interim closer Dellin Betances with the score 7-5 in their favor yesterday. The game was in the eighth inning, and relief pitcher Adam Warren was called on to record the final out, which he did successfully. In... Read More

Welcome to Week 9 of The Watch List. Each week we’ll be updating this list full of players who you may be monitoring, but aren't quite sure whether to pull the trigger on. We’ll look at several players in-depth and keep tabs on players “graduating” into the waiver wire pickups category, as well as players... Read More

It seems San Diego Padres manager Andy Green was true to his word about not committing firmly to one guy in the ninth-inning role. Closer Brandon Maurer was back earning the save opportunity on Sunday, giving him six on the season. Relief pitcher Brad Hand, who picked up a pair of saves last week, earned a hold... Read More

In this "Hit and Run" video, industry veteran Joe Pisapia (@JoePisapia17) tells you which guys are worth an investment in Week 9, and which players are just not worth your time. Be sure to also tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87) - every Saturday and Sunday between 5-8 PM EST. You... Read More

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar will move from the starting rotation to the bullpen beginning on Wednesday or Thursday. He may still make a start on the current Indians road trip, but once starter Corey Kluber rejoins the rotation, Salazar will move to the bullpen. With starters Josh Tomlin and Trevor Bauer also struggling, it's a... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 23% of Yahoo Leagues ANALYSIS: San Diego Padres relief pitcher Brad Hand picked up his second save in as many days on Thursday and may now by the closer for San Diego. Manager Andy Green is denying that claim, making it seem as if San Diego will rotate between Hand and... Read More

Welcome to Streaming Wars, your one-stop resource for streaming the waiver wire. Use this column to improve upon your neediest categories. Below are your pitcher and hitter streaming targets for Monday, May 29th. Let's get to it.   Agenda Joseph Plays Hero Today's Weather and Updates Tomorrow's Picks   1. Joseph Plays Hero Tommy Joseph is just 21 percent owned... Read More

Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Glen Perkins turned in a successful bullpen session on Friday, which was good news for the injured reliever. Perkins has been sidelined all season following shoulder surgery. The team is now planning to have Perkins complete two more bullpen sessions before sending him to extended spring training to face live batters. Manager... Read More

Points leagues are a different beast compared to rotisserie leagues, as you are looking for someone who can fill the whole stat sheet, and when you can find some of those guys on the wire, they are golden. Here are a few guys who can contribute in deep points leagues, one at each position to... Read More

The long road back from Tommy John surgery is not over yet for San Diego Padres relief pitcher Carter Capps. The Padres reliever was transferred to the 60-day disabled list and pulled from his minor league rehab assignment last week to work on mechanics. He has been in extended spring training since but could go back... Read More

We all know how great Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna is, but sometimes it’s easy to forget just how great. He picked up his ninth save of the season on Saturday in a 3-1 victory over the Rangers, pitching a perfect ninth inning while striking out one. Osuna has now pitched four straight consecutive scoreless... Read More

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez has had a rough season, posting a 7.17 ERA and 1.71 WHIP through 42 2/3 innings pitched. His poor play has gotten him removed from the rotation, and he will now pitch from the bullpen. Last season, this happened to Jimenez, and he responded well once he got another shot... Read More

Kansas City Royals closer Kelvin Herrera hasn't been as lights out in 2017 as he has been for the last three years, but he's still getting the job done. Herrera tossed a clean inning against Cleveland on Friday to earn his 10th save of the season, and it made two straight innings without surrendering a... Read More

Mike Minor Vultures Win

Kansas City Royals reliever Mike Minor may have found his new calling. Minor picked up his second vulture win of the season on Friday, and he seems to be taking to his new relief role with vigor. Minor had a stellar age-25 season with the Braves in 2013 where he looked like an ace as... Read More

Los Angeles Angels relief pitcher Bud Norris was removed from Friday's game after a visit by the trainers. He is listed as day-to-day with right knee soreness. He was pitching in the eighth inning in a non-save situation with the Angels down five. If he has to miss any extended time, it could spell the end... Read More

Chicago Cubs reliever Mike Montgomery earned his first regular season save of his career after taking over in the sixth inning on Thursday. Montgomery was outstanding, giving up just one hit and one walk over four innings against the Giants. Don’t expect Montgomery to pile up more saves anytime soon, but he may have earned... Read More

It was a fairly quiet week for bullpens this week, especially given the frenzy of moves we've seen in the early going. Still, a few key things did happen and there were some great performances to discuss, so let's take a look at this week's news. Here we go.   Bullpen News for Week 8... Read More

While holds are even tougher to predict than saves, the players we’ll highlight today include some elite setup men to target off the waiver wire for Week 8 of the fantasy baseball season. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these pitchers will be eligible to earn the holds that could... Read More

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