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Sunday, July 1, 2012


By Fantasy Boyz Editor in Chief Corey Bugenhagen

As we near the halfway point of the season are All Star edition of waiver wired will focus on picking up players that will help your lineups keep on winning in the second half of the season.  Below we will focus on 4 hitters and 4 pitchers to add to your lineups for that second half run.

David Murphy (12.7% of ESPN Leagues) -  Murphy has been flying under fantasy radars for years now.  Much of that is due to the fact he just doesn't get everyday at bats.  If you are in a deep league however and you are looking for a 4th outfielder Murphy could be your guy.
Murphy is trending up
Gordon Beckham (37.1% of ESPN Leagues) - With second base being thin as always Beckham's recent resurgence has been a God send for many owners out there. 
Quintin Berry (25.1% of ESPN Leagues) - Berry has been teaming up with Austin Jackson as table setters for the Tiger's lineup.  Berry is batting over 300 and has 12 steals in limited action this season.  We feel he will be a great source of runs and steals going forward.
Wilin Rosario (14.6% of ESPN Leagues) - The Rookie backstop isn't going to hit you .275, let alone .300 but he has power in a position really lacking on quality hitters.

Tommy Milone (21% of ESPN Leagues) - Milone has given up only 2 earned in his last 3 outings, getting the win in 2.   An ERA of 3.73 and 8 wins are hard to come by this time of year
Dallas Keuchel (3.7% of ESPN Leagues) - With 3 straight starts with only 1 earned run to start his season Keuchel is a pitcher to monitor in deep leagues.
How many balls do you see?
Scott Diamond (30.9% of ESPN Leagues) -. Do we have a "DIAMOND" in the rough here???  Lame jokes aside Diamond has been pitching great of late
Mark Buehrle (40.6% of ESPN Leagues) - Buehrle is a guy that never seems to be given credit.  He is coming off 2 straight quality starts. 

1 comment:

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