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Fantasy Baseball Roundup: News, Injuries, Waiver Wire & Prospects (Week 12)

Fantasy Baseball Roundup: News, Injuries, Waiver Wire & Prospects (Week 12)

Welcome back to the best weekly column on the internet, as we enter week 12 of the fantasy baseball season.

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Fantasy Baseball Lineup & Roster Notes

As of FRI 6/7

  • Baltimore Orioles:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • The Orioles promoted Cade Povich and are currently running a six man rotation until they decide to remove one of Povich, Irvin or Suarez.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Boston Red Sox:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Enmanuel Valdez is hitting second in a strong-side platoon, while Rob Refsnyder hits third and Tyler O’Neil hits fifth. Cedanne Rafaela is hitting 8th, but has been completely boom or bust this year ala Jose Siri.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Chicago White Sox:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Corey Julks is playing every day right now and leading off, even with Luis Robert back in the lineup and hitting third. Gavin Sheets is locked into an every day role now and hitting fourth.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • The White Sox are currently running a four man rotation and that’s with Nick Nastrini up, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Thorpe, Iriarte or Eder promoted directly from AA.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No Update.
  • Cleveland Guardians:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Kyle Manzardo is currently in a bench role thanks to the emergence of David Fry – great for his development… not.
    • Rotation Notes:
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Detroit Tigers:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Houston Astros:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Yainer Diaz is on a tear right now with four homers in his last five games.
      • Jeremy Pena moved up to fourth in the order with Tucker out and Jose Abreu is listed as the starting 1B despite the lack of any comeback at all.
      • Trey Cabbage has been in a strong-side platoon with Chas McCormick getting the majority of the playing time – I really don’t understand why Loperfido isn’t playing.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • No update.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Kansas City Royals:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • The top five guys are all locked in, but the bottom four are swapping out depending on matchups. Renfroe has looked better lately and is earning himself more playing time.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Michael Wacha is on the IL and thus David Lynch has received another opportunity and again is looking pretty bad.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Los Angeles Angels:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • There’s a hole in the rotation still with Reid Detmers getting sent down, it will be interesting to see how they fill this void.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Minnesota Twins:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Royce Lewis is hitting fifth since his return, which I don’t get. I would likely build this lineup Kepler, Lewis, Correa, Kirilloff/Santana and Jeffers.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • New York Yankees:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Cody Poteet may only have to make a couple more starts with Gerrit Cole coming back sooner, rather than later.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Oakland Athletics:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Zack Gelof is back in the lineup and struggling, still hitting 8th.
      • Miguel Andjuar is playing every day and hitting second.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • No update.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Seattle Mariners:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Sounds like this trade deadline is going to be a Dipoto vs. Preller trade-off, which should be fun.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • No update.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Tampa Bay Rays:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Josh Lowe is back and hitting cleanup as is Taylor Walls who should be hitting near the back of the lineup and starting at SS most days.
    • Rotation Notes:
    • Pen Notes:
  • Texas Rangers:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Josh Smith is on a bit of a tear and hitting third every day.
    • Rotation Notes:
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Toronto Blue Jays:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • We should assume Bowden Francis will take the fifth rotation spot for now, at least until Tiedemann is ready.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Corbin Carroll is hitting leadoff or 8th as they try to get him rolling.
    • Rotation Notes:
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update
  • Atlanta Braves:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • Chicago Cubs:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Cincinnati Reds:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • No update.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Colorado Rockies:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Los Angeles Dodgers:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Rotation Notes:
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Miami Marlins:
  • Milwaukee Brewers:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Nothing new, but perhaps Joey Ortiz should be hitting higher in this lineup.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Carlos F. Rodriguez was called up to take Robert Gasser‘s rotation spot. He’s a top 250 prospect for me, but relies on his secondaries to get him through and needs to make himself into a Braxton Garrett type to be an effective starter.
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.
  • New York Mets:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • The Mets mixed up the lineup with Alonso hitting second, Lindor leading off and Nimmo hitting third.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Pen Notes:
  • Philadelphia Phillies:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • David Dahl is back in an MLB lineup and hitting seventh in a strong side platoon for the Phillies.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • No update.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • Pittsburgh Pirates:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • The Pirates are down to a four man rotation, I wonder if we get a Braxton Ashcraft call up?
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • San Diego Padres:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Adam Mazur is in the rotation with Musgrove and Darvish both out.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • San Francisco Giants:
    • Lineup Notes:
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Black Snell was back, then he wasn’t. The Giants are down to three starters, so be ready for a Mason Black call up – or possibly even a Carson Whisenhunt call up.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Nothing new.
  • St. Louis Cardinals:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Masyn Winn has been leading off for the Cardinals with Alec Burelson hitting second.
      • Willson Contreras is expected to return before the end of the month.
    • Rotation Notes:
      • Steven Matz is expected back in the next week or two.
    • Pen Notes:
      • Gio Gallegos will be back soon.
  • Washington Nationals:
    • Lineup Notes:
      • Nothing new.
    • Rotation Notes:
    • Pen Notes:
      • No update.

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Fantasy Baseball Injury Notes

  • OF Kyle Tucker (Astros) – Tucker hit the IL with a shin contusion after a foul ball nailing him, the hope is he can come back as soon as eligible next week.
  • SP Gerrit Cole (Yankees) – Cole is making his second rehab start this Sunday and will need at least one more rehab start, possibly two before jumping back up to the bigs.
  • SP Blake Snell (Giants) – Snell hit the IL for the second time this season now with a groin strain, so we should see more Mason Black as the Spring Training skippers keep up the terrible season.
  • OF Tommy Pham (White Sox) – Pham is being held out with a hamstring injury after his weird play at the plate with Contreras, but should be back in a couple weeks.
  • SP Christian Javier (Astros) – Javier will be undergoing TJ and is likely out until 2026.
  • SP Robert Gasser (Brewers) – He was here, then he was gone. Gasser has had conflicting opinions on his elbow and could possibly be out for some time, but will be getting a third opinion first.
  • SP Joe Musgrove (Padres) – Musgrove was diagnosed with a bone spur in his elbow and appears to be out until around the All Star break.
  • SP Alek Manoah (Blue Jays) – Manoah is out for the season and likely next season as well as he’s slated for a UCL surgery of some sort.

Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire Assistant Analyze Moves Who To Pick Up

Tim’s Top 5 Fantasy Baseball Waiver Adds (12 Team Leagues)

NOTE: Under 50% Owned (CBS)

Last Week: SP Ben Brown (Cubs, 49%), C Danny Jansen (Blue Jays, 47%), 3B/OF Matt Vierling (Tigers, 34%), SP Ryan Weathers (Marlins, 41%), OF Jake Meyers (Astros, 38%)

  1. 1B/3B Mark Vientos (Mets) 41% – Vientos is finally getting the playing time to break out after a miserable rookie season in 2023. He has a .333/.392/.621 slash with 5 bombs in only 20 games since being called up at the end of April. Most of this damage has come over the last three weeks and he’s been starting at 3B since Baty was sent down – let him cook!
  2. SP Max Meyer (Marlins) 34% – Skip Shumaker stated he expects Max Meyer to return after soon, potentially after his next minor league start. Meyer is posting a 20.4 K-BB% in AAA after putting up a 16.9 K-BB% with a 31.2 CSW% in the MLB.
  3. SP Adam Mazur (Padres) 11% – Impeccable command with a nice hard 12/6 slider and a changeup with a ton of run. He’s been a lot more consistent with the fastball up in the zone this year and looked great in his first career start, despite an uncharacteristic four walks. I think he’s going to stick, as he’s a top 50 prospect in my latest update.
  4. OF Jake Meyers (Astros) 40% – Meyers has been slowing down a bit (3/23 this week), but over the last three weeks has a .288/.358/.438 slash and an 8.8% barrel rate with an 88 average EV. In 55 games this season he has 6 homers and 8 steals with a 90 average EV and is almost like the Jake Fraley of 2024.
  5. 1B/OF Luke Raley (Mariners) 26% – Raley is coming off a great May and had an injury at the end of the month, but he’s back in the lineup and picking up where he left off, going 5/15 with 2 homers and a steal over the last week.

Tim’s Top 5 Fantasy Baseball Waiver Adds (15 Team Leagues)

NOTE: Under 30% Owned (CBS)

Last Week: OF Joc Pederson (Diamondbacks, 29%), UTIL Andrew McCutchen (Pirates, 8%), OF Nelson Velazquez (Royals, 17%), SP JP Sears (Athletics, 29%), OF Heliot Ramos (Giants, 7%)

  1. OF Heliot Ramos (Giants) 21% – Ramos has had ridiculous luck since coming up with a .434 BABIP, but he also has a 12.1% barrel rate and 93.5 average EV. He already has five homers on the season since getting the call on May 8th and if anything, he’s only gotten better with a 7/20 week including 3 homers and 6 walks.
  2. SP Cade Povich (Orioles) 7% – He’s a lanky lefty with some loopy stuff that plays up in the minors for K’s. He has a lower velo fastball, but it comes out with enough extension to hide for better performance than Liberatore’s higher velo fastball. The big pitch is his curve, which is a bit slurvy and how he tunnels it against the fastball and slider. He had a rough first start giving up a homer to Vlad, but it’s only one start.
  3. SP Andrew Heaney (Rangers) 19% – Don’t look now, but Heaney has a 16 K-BB% on the season and 3.88 SIERA, including an 18.3 K-BB% and 3.51 SIERA over his last five starts. He might be more serviceable than a streamer in deeper leagues and worth holding. It wouldn’t be the first time Heaney had a nice season in a contract year.
  4. SP David Peterson (Mets) 7% – Peterson destroyed the minors during his rehab with 35 Ks and 3 BBs in only 23 2/3 innings. He also had a solid second start of the year (albeit against the Nationals) and is worth watching here for more K upside based on his solid 2023 when healthy as he posted an underrated 15.9 K-BB and 3.96 SIERA last year.
  5. SP Griffin Canning (Angels) 23% – Canning had a terrible April, but has managed a 2.22 ERA (despite a 4.90 SIERA) over his last five starts. He has a 100% LOB rate over this time, so don’t expect this kind of luck to hold up, but he’s worth streaming against bad lineups.

Tim’s Top 10 Fantasy Baseball Redraft Prospects

Not promoted yet

1. OF James Wood (Nationals)

  • 2023 A+/AA: .262/.353/.520 | 62 XBH, 26 HR, 18 SB
  • 2024 AAA: .355/.465/.596 | 17.3 BB%, 18.3 K% | 22 XBH, 9 HR, 10 SB
  • Age: 21
  • ETA: Late June
  • fScores: 102 fContact, 107 fDiscipline, 108 fPower, 135 fSpeed
  • Comp: Lefty Aaron Judge
  • Prime Skills: Light tower power from the left side of the plate. He has a home run swing if we’ve ever seen one and has the biggest power upside of the top 10, even more than Wyatt Langford and Junior Caminero due to the huge 6′ 7″ frame. fPower likes Caminero and Langford a bit more at the moment due to the higher number of ground balls, which is the one thing concerning me about Wood right now – especially after watching Jordan Walker struggle with the same thing close-at-hand as a Cardinals fan.
  • Ranking Explanation: Wood is on the IL right now, but the Nationals are actually rolling pretty well and we could see Wood called up upon his return from the MILB IL and a good week of production or so at AAA.

***Jasson Dominguez would be placed here.

***Christian Scott would be placed here.

***Jordan Walker would be placed here.

***Joey Loperfido would be placed here

2. 3B Junior Caminero (Rays)

  • 2023 A+/AA: .324/.384/.591 | 56 XBH, 31 HR, 5 SB
  • 2023 MLB: .235/.278/.353| 5.6 BB% / 22.2 K%| 2 XBH, 1 HR, 0 SB
  • 2024 AAA: .301/.368/.540 | 8.8 BB% / 21.6 K%| 13 XBH, 7 HR, 1 SB
  • Age: 20
  • ETA: Early August
  • fScores: 97 fContact, 86 fDiscipline, 121 fPower, 78 fSpeed
  • Comp: Ronald Acuna w/o the wheels
  • Prime Skills: Probably the quickest bat speed in the minors with some big time power potential. He could be one of the best hitters in baseball sooner rather than later. The lack of a higher walk rate and being overly aggressive might ding him a bit in points leagues, but the power will be his carrying tool right out of the gate as he should at worst put up numbers similar to Willy Adames, but with a better batting average.
  • Ranking Explanation: The Caminero injury pushes him out 4-6 weeks, plus at least another 2-3 weeks of AAA recovery time before we can expect any call up, which will likely only occur after the trade deadline at this point.

3. SP Drew Thorpe (White Sox):

  • 2023 A+/AA: 139 1/3 IP, 182 Ks, 38 BBs, 2.52 ERA, 0.98 WHIP
  • 2024 AA: 60 IP, 56 Ks, 17 BBs, 1.35 ERA, 0.87 WHIP
  • Age: 23
  • ETA: July
  • fScores: fPDurability 61, 128 fStuff, 114 fControl, 134 fERA
  • Comp: George Kirby-light to Chris Paddack-ish
  • Prime Skills: Primarily a fastball, changeup guy (though the best attribute of the fastball is where he places it), Thorpe might remind Padres fans of former top Padres prospect Chris Paddack. He has a nice slider he mixes in between the two and has dominated the minors to date ala Mr. Paddack.
  • Ranking Explanation: Thorpe is looking great and I’m assuming he’s only in AA because they want him pitching to Quero. He’s probably better than a couple of the current White Sox starters, but at this point they might as well let him work in the minors a little longer with his future teammates, the big league squad doesn’t have many of their long term assets there. Seems like he is stuck in the minors until the White Sox trade Fedde.

4. SP David Festa (Twins)

  • 2023 AA/AAA: 92 1/3 IP | 119 Ks, 42 BBs | 4.19 ERA, 1.39 WHIP
  • 2024 AAA: 43 IP | 23 K-BB%, 16.4 SwStr%, 33.4 CSW% | 3.56 ERA, 1.42 WHIP
  • Age: 24
  • ETA: Mid-Late June
  • fScores: 115 fStuff, 93 fControl, 106 fERA
  • Comp: George Kirby without a curve and worse control
  • Prime Skills: Festa rocks a mid-90s fastball, a plus slider and above average changeup with way above average control, which will help him cement a starter’s role in the majors in the near future.
  • Ranking Explanation: I think Festa could be one of the better pitchers stuff-wise who comes up this year, but the command is iffy. If he can keep the walks in check, he could be a top five rookie pitcher call up per IP.

***Jackson Holliday would be placed here.

***Heston Kjerstad would be placed here.

5. 3B Coby Mayo (Orioles)

  • 2023 AA/AAA: .290/.410/.564, 29 HR, 5 SB
  • 2024 AAA: .282/.353/.594, 13 HR, 3 SB
  • Age: 22
  • ETA: Early August
  • fScores: 89 fContact, 101 fDiscipline, 108 fPower, 77 fSpeed
  • Comp: Wil Myers at 3B with less speed
  • Prime Skills: Mayo has a quick and powerful swing that portends to 30-ish homer power with 10-ish steal speed, but he might strike out a lot as well.
  • Ranking Explanation: Mayo is going to be great when he gets the call, but the Orioles don’t need to promote him and I’m not convinced he’s up until Jackson Holliday gets another chance in the majors since one is on the 40 man and one isn’t. My guess is they need to clear some room with a trade before we see Mayo in the bigs and he has been on the IL since mid-May.

6. SP Hurston Waldrep (Braves)

  • 2023 College: 101 2/3 IP, 156 Ks, 57 BBs, 4.16 ERA, 1.40 WHIP
  • 2023 A/A+/AA/AAA: 29 1/3 IP | 41 Ks, 16 BBs | 1.53 ERA, 1.19 WHIP
  • 2024 AA: 49 1/3 IP | 14.5 K-BB%, 15.4 SwStr%, 27.8 CSW% | 2.92 ERA, 1.40 WHIP
  • 2024 AAA: 6 IP | 41.75 K-BB%, 22.5 SwStr% | 4.50 ERA, 1.00 WHIP
  • Age: 22
  • ETA: Late June
  • fScores: 110 fStuff, 86 fControl, 111 fERA
  • Comp: Kevin Gausman-light
  • Prime Skills: Waldrep has an above average rising fastball to go with a slider, splitter and curve. The splitter is an excellent pitch, but he doesn’t have the same heat to pair with it as Gausman, at least not yet.
  • Ranking Explanation: Waldrep has been dealing up at AAA and could be close to the call up as the Braves will promote to the majors based on need – this may depend on how long Smith-Shawver is expected to miss, but if he keeps pitching like he has the Braves could really use him at the back end of the rotation. He will live and die by the splitter command.

7. SP Ricky Tiedemann (Blue Jays)

  • 2023 Rk/A/AA/AAA: 44 IP, 82 Ks, 23 BBs, 3.68 ERA, 1.23 WHIP
  • 2024 AAA: 8 IP, 10 Ks, 9 BBs, 5.63 ERA, 2.00 WHIP
  • Age: 22
  • ETA: Post All Star break
  • fScores: 49 fPDurability, 121 fStuff, 96 fControl, 167 fERA
  • Comp: Good Andrew Heaney
  • Prime Skills: Tiedemann was a huge breakout last year and has a really nice fastball – slider combo. His changeup plays great off the slider, which is probably his best pitch. He’s a tunnel master who has a short arm / side arm funky delivery from the left side which makes his slider even tougher to pick up. He does have bullpen risk.
  • Ranking Explanation: Despite the pen risk, his stuff is pretty ridiculous and he’s throwing again at complex so it’s possible we see him ramp up into the majors mid-season, especially with some of the rotation injuries they have been dealing with this season. He’ scheduled to throw to hitters this week, so he might be an All Star Break call up.

8. SS Brooks Lee (Twins)

  • 2023 AA/AAA: .275/.347/.461 | 58 XBH, 16 HR, 7 SB
  • Age: 23
  • ETA: Post All Star Break
  • fScores: 95 fContact, 95 fDiscipline, 89 fPower, 66 fSpeed
  • Comp: Chipper Jones light meets David Freese
  • Prime Skills: He’s an extra base hitter and switch hitter on top of it, he has great contact skills with only 15-20 homer power to go along with above average plate skills, but no speed.
  • Ranking Explanation: Lee is up at AAA right now, but only a couple games in the stats are not worth posting – the good news is he’s healthy and he’s likely up once he gets a little AAA / Spring Training type assignment in.

9. SS / 3B Orelvis Martinez (Jays):

  • 2023 AA/AAA: .243/.340/.496, 28 HR, 2 SB
  • 2024 AAA: .238/.325/.495, 14 HR, 0 SB
  • Age: 22
  • ETA: Mid June
  • Comp: Willy Adames and Marcel Ozuna mash up
  • Prime Skills: Martinez has a ton of power and if he can manage a major league average hit tool and reign in the strikeouts, he could end up a very productive fantasy league asset.
  • Ranking Explanation: Martinez could easily be starting at 3B for the Blue Jays soon if he keeps mashing like he is in the minors. An average EV around 90 and max EV over 115 gives him a ceiling as a top 10 power hitter in baseball, but I don’t think the contact rates are there for sustained success. He hasn’t been great lately, but the Blue Jays DFA’ed Cavan Biggio which is one hurdle for playing time cleared.

10. SP Carson Whisenhunt (Giants)

  • 2023 A/A+/AA: 58 2/3 IP | 83 Ks, 23 BBs | 2.45 ERA, 1.02 WHIP
  • 2024 AAA: 45 1/3 IP | 18.9 K-BB%, 13.6 SwStr%, 31.9 CSW% | 5.96 ERA, 1.59 WHIP
  • Age: 23
  • ETA: August, 2024
  • fScores: 121 fStuff, 93 fControl, 107 fERA
  • Comp: A plus version of Braxton Garrett or lefty Brandon Pfaadt
  • Prime Skills: He has a super slurvy-like curve and possibly the best change up in the minors, but he’s playing these against a below average fastball. Whisenhunt missed basically all of the second half in 2023 and was thrown to the wolves in the PCL in 2024, so his damage stats shouldn’t be held too much against him.
  • Ranking Explanation: The stuff is there, despite a terrible ERA pitching in the PCL. Snell is out with another injury and Cobb has had setbacks, so there’s a solid chance Whisenhunt debuts at some point this year, especially if Robbie Ray also runs into a setback.

Honorable Mention: SP Cade Horton (Cubs), OF Chase DeLauter (Guardians), SS Colson Montgomery (White Sox), OF Jakob Marsee (Marlins), OF Drew Gilbert (Mets), SP Jacob Misiorowski (Brewers), SP Ty Madden (Tigers), 2B Thomas Saggesse (Cardinals), OF Dylan Crews (Nationals), SP Tink Hence (Cardinals), SP Tekoah Roby (Cardinals), SP Chase Hampton (Yankees), SS Carson Williams (Rays), 2B/OF Luisangel Acuna, 1B Tyler Locklear (Mariners), SP Cristian Mena (Diamondbacks), 2B Connor Norby (Orioles), SP Mick Abel (Phillies), SP Gordon Graceffo (Cardinals), SP Will Warren (Yankees), OF Jacob Melton (Astros), SP/RP Wilmer Flores (Tigers), SP Jake Eder (White Sox), OF Owen Caissie (Cubs), 2B/3B Jace Jung (Tigers), OF Caleb Durbin (Yankees), OF Deyvison De Los Santos (Diamondbacks), SS Jacob Wilson (Athletics), C/1B Ben Rice (Yankees), SP/RP Jairo Iriarte (White Sox), SP Gunnar Hoglund (Athletics), SP Carson Palmquist (Rockies), SP Mason Adams (White Sox), SP Blade Tidwell (Mets)

Graduated (this week): N/A

Graduated (this year): OF Wyatt Langford (Rangers), OF Jackson Chourio (Brewers), SS/OF Jackson Merrill (Padres), OF Victor Scott II (Cardinals), 2B/3B Colt Keith (Tigers), SP Jared Jones (Pirates), SS/3B Darrell Hernaiz (Athletics), 3B/OF Graham Pauley (Padres), RP Clayton Beeter (Yankees), SP Jack Leiter (Rangers), SS Jackson Holliday (Orioles), SP/RP Ben Brown (Cubs), OF Andy Pages (Dodgers), 2B Justin Foscue (Rangers), 2B/OF Joey Loperfido (Astros), SP Christian Scott (Mets), 1B / 3B Tyler Black (Brewers), OF Jordan Beck (Rockies), SP Paul Skenes (Pirates), 1B Kyle Manzardo, SP Robert Gasser (Brewers), SP Mason Black (Giants), SP Cade Povich (Orioles), SP Adam Mazur (Padres) and more…

Fantasy Baseball Moves I Made This Week

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