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Quality over quantity. Every fantasy owner knows this. When looking at the starting pitcher free agent waiver wire, you would like to have a guy that is going to be on the mound more than once. Most teams are going to have a couple of starters pitching twice in a given week which in turn... Read More

Jacob deGrom, Marcus Stroman, Yordano Ventura and Jesse Hahn are the only rookie starting pitchers with at least 10 starts that are owned in more than 50% of Yahoo! leagues, but they aren't the only rookies performing at a high level in 2014. Five other pitchers currently sit with an ERA below 4.00 in their... Read More

Deep league Waiver Wire Pickups This week’s edition includes a pair of catchers and outfielders. While none of these players will knock your socks off, each has put together a fairly solid season. Take a look, and maybe you will find something that you need to bolster your lineup.   Russell Martin, PIT / Dioner Navarro, TOR... Read More

  The trade deadline has officially passed, and I for one must say it was a week to remember, to be sure. Lester is now an Oakland Athletic, David Price is now a Tiger, and somehow the former MVP candidate Allen Craig has found his way onto the Red Sox. Most importantly for fantasy owners,... Read More

  Fantasy Baseball Catchers for the Second Half Now that the second half of the season has started, we're inching closer to the trade deadline and playoffs for MLB and fantasy managers alike. Nobody wants to use the proverbial "bandaid" with stop-gap players all season, so here are some deeper league catcher sleeper options that will remain... Read More

This piece focuses on the best two-start starting pitcher streamers and streamer waiver wire pickups for week 17 of fantasy baseball. These pitchers are near or below 50% ownership in Yahoo! leagues, and some are ideal for shallow leagues, but most  are under-the-radar starters that can be considered in head-to-head leagues. The first week after the... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Sleepers For Holds Leagues While the holds statistic is even harder to predict than saves is for closers, the relief pitchers we highlight today feature some sleeper setup men and some looking to reclaim glory they once had. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these following relief pitchers will be... Read More

We're Going DFS Deep! Starting Pitcher Sleepers For 7/18 Are you just sick and tired of seeing your seasonal fantasy baseball team at the bottom of the standings? Can’t seem to make up ground even though you watch the games every night, and are very active on your league’s waiver wire (and even downloaded RotoBaller's FREE iPhone... Read More

  We’ve officially entered the unofficial second half of the 2014 season.  Not only is MLB primed for some fantastic races, but it appears most fantasy leagues are still there for the taking.  This puts some added pressure to make sure your streamers are the correct choices from here on out.  Below are some of... Read More

Starting Pitcher Sleepers For The Second Half For this week's column, I am going to discuss three starting pitchers who are second half sleepers in fantasy baseball. These pitchers are ready for a stronger second half after some struggles to start the year. Not coincidentally, all three have a history of improving beyond the All-Star... Read More

Three Starting Pitcher Waiver Wire Sleepers Editor’s Note: RotoBaller's famous fantasy baseball waiver wire pickups list is another great resource for your fantasy baseball teams, and is updated every single day. Our awesome writers bring you analysis on hot or emerging starting pitchers, and also all other fantasy positions. You can download our waiver wire iPhone app as well for free, and easily stay... Read More

While the holds statistic is even harder to predict than saves for closers, the players we highlight today feature some sleeper setup men and some looking to reclaim glory they once had. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these following relief pitchers will be eligible to earn the holds that could... Read More

Among the deep league options this week are four interesting starting pitchers. Some of these starting pitcher sleepers are vets putting together decent stretches, while others are potential front line starters establishing themselves. I hope that you are able to find something to your liking that can give you an edge on the competition.   Lucas Duda -... Read More

This weekly piece focuses on the best two-start pitchers and streamer waiver wire pickups for the upcoming week of fantasy baseball. These under-the-radar, two-start pitchers can be sleepers off the waiver wire depending on your league format, including NL-Only and AL-Only formats, and you can consider adding them to your head-to-head and daily-league lineups. These pitchers are near... Read More

Are you just sick and tired of seeing your fantasy baseball team at the bottom of the standings? Can’t seem to make up ground even though you watch the games every night, and are very active on your league’s waiver wire (and even downloaded RotoBaller's FREE iPhone waiver wire app)? Have no fear, we have the perfect... Read More

Fantasy baseball owners are always looking for sleepers and the next big player from the waiver wire to help improve their teams. Every year there are starting pitchers who come out of nowhere to make a huge splash, and pitchers that come into the season with high expectations but don't but it all together immediately. In this... Read More

There are a lot of newcomers on this week's list of potential pickups at the corner infield spots as several players seeing the first regular playing time of their careers are starting to produce consistent results. Granted, there are always more question marks about an unproven player, but there is also more upside. Perhaps more... Read More

While the holds statistic is hard to determine who will enter the game in the right situation, the sleepers noted today feature some overlooked relief pitchers and some looking to reclaim glory they once had. The more likely their team is to win, the more likely the following players will be eligible to earn the holds that... Read More

Week 12 Lineup Tools: Hitting Streaming Options There are risks Associated with streaming hitters but there can also be great rewards. The art of streaming hitters, much like with pitchers, is all about opportunity and maximizing the skill set of the players you have available to you. In order to find the best waiver wire sleepers,... Read More

This is the first in a series of articles in which we will evaluate potential fantasy baseball sleepers by looking at deeper statistics and advanced sabermetrics. Today we are going to try and project four hitters that should see increased production in the home runs category during the hot summer months. If you are in need... Read More

Hello again RotoBallers! Have no fear for those of you in deeper leagues, and NL-only players, as I'm back once again to give you some deeper league waiver wire sleepers and gems for you to consider while tweaking your rosters for week 11 of the fantasy baseball season. So let's get right to the point... Read More

It's once again time for what I know has become one of your favorite parts of the week: my latest position player streamer article. Some of these players can be sleepers off the waiver wire, depending on your league format and depth, including AL-Only and NL-Only leagues. As always, each player mentioned will have an... Read More

Who is Jhonny Peralta? After signing a controversial four year $53 million contract in the offseason, it seems counterintuitive that Cardinal shortstop Jhonny Peralta should fit in the 2014 fantasy sleeper category, but based on his rank and average pick in fantasy drafts, Peralta is potentially the most undervalued Cardinal. It is unclear where Peralta will hit... Read More

  What's That Odor? If you were counting on Jurickson Profar to score 100 runs and be productive for the Texas Rangers in 2014, you should probably start perusing the waiver wire and crossing your fingers.  The starting second baseman injured his throwing shoulder and will be out at least 10-12 weeks. The Rangers had... Read More

The Seattle Mariners made a concerted effort to bolster their offense during this off-season, bringing several veteran bats into the organization.  Even with these high-profile outside signings, one of the more intriguing players in the Seattle lineup has been slowly making his way through their farm system.  Though seldom looked to for fantasy value, the... Read More

Can B.J. Upton Rebound In 2014? B.J. Upton’s season last year was a disaster.  He tied or beat career lows in runs, home runs, runs batted in, stolen bases and batting average for seasons in which he had over 200 at bats at the major league level.  That is every one of your basic scoring... Read More

  Overhyped Sleepers in Fantasy Baseball As we get into the heart of MLB fantasy draft season, I thought it would be appropriate to address an increasingly important topic that can have a deep and often very adverse effect on a manger’s draft: the overhyped sleeper. I remember when I drafted Dee Gordon (2B, LAD)... Read More

I’d like to try an experiment. I want to start a 12 team league where I don’t pick a single player until the 21st round. Sound crazy? Sure it does! I have three caveats: (1) when my spot to draft in the first 20 rounds comes up, I choose the player I would have normally selected... Read More