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Sunday, June 17, 2012


By Fantasy Boyz Editor in Chief Corey Bugenhagen

Just when you thought your leagues waiver wire was picked clean we are here to show you that there are always real gems to be had at all times.  We have help for you at Outfield, Shortstop, and Second base on the hitting side of things and four arms for your rotation. 

Kirk Nieuwenhuis (19.4% of ESPN Leagues) - Nieuwenhuis has been on a tear of late 3 homeruns in his last 4 games.  He has added some pop to his repertoire to go along with a solid average and runs scored.
Rajai Davis (8.5 of ESPN Leagues) - You know what you are going to get with Davis but if you need steals he is a solid source and he has been hitting well with six hits in his last four.
Good to have you back Brian
Andrelton Simmons (2.6% of ESPN Leagues) - He doesn't have much pop but is sporting a solid average thus far.  He could be a decent stop gap for Tulo owners.
Brian Roberts (22.1 % of ESPN Leagues) - Well it is good to see Roberts back after post concussion symptoms seemed to have all but ended his career.  What is even better news is he is raking in his first 5 games back.

Trevor Cahill (28.4% of ESPN Leagues) - Mr Cahill seems like he is back to his old Oakland days, of which he was an All Star.  Cahill has sported just two earned in his last twenty three and a third innings.  Now is the time to add him before others catch on.
Justin Masterson (41.3% of ESPN Leagues) - Masterson was owned in nearly all leagues to start the season but his early season struggles caused owners to drop him like hot cakes.  We feel it is safe to add him again after three straight quality starts.
Ervin Santana (38.3% of ESPN Leagues) - Much like Masterson Santana is rising from the drop file back to fantasy relevance with a complete game shut out versus the Dbacks.  We advise a little more caution with Santana however.  Use him when the matchup is right.
Cahill has been DEALING
Mike Minor (27.1% of ESPN Leagues) - You had to feel for Minor in his last start against the Yankees.  He held them to 0 runs in 7 strong innings.  Minor has the pedigree succeed.  We would monitor him in his next few and have no issues adding him to your roster right away in larger mixed leagues.

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