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Fantasy Baseball: Walking the Waiver Wire 6/13

Welcome back to another edition of Walking the Waiver Wire (or, as I like to call it, “Who’s left?”). Hate to sound like a broken record, but the injury hits keep on coming and keeping your fantasy baseball squads afloat this time of the year is goal number one.

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Two-Start Pitchers: Week Seven (8/31-9/6)

Each Sunday, I’ll be taking a look at the two-start pitchers you should get into your fantasy baseball lineups and a few to avoid. The hurlers fall into four categories: must start, should start, could start, and don’t start. These are just a guideline, but it is what you should be following as you set your lineups for the upcoming week. Also, You get the Streamer of the Week.

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Week 13 Waiver Wire Adds

Reminder: You can’t carry over your Free Agent Aquisition Budget (FAAB) or turn it into real cash and take it with you. There is a real possibility that some of the following studs are available in your league and you must spend every nickel you have to acquire them. For those deeper leagues where the studs below are all taken, there are still some hidden gems out there to strengthen your squad for that final championship run. Spend that money because the time to lay it all on the line is now. The following waiver wire adds reflect a $100 FAAB.

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Week 12 Waiver Wire Adds:

As the playoffs loom closer, these next few weeks are our last hope for improving our teams since the trade deadline has passed in most leagues. Do not sit on your Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB) because you can’t take it with you when the season is over. There are still a few gems out there at each position–yes, even tight end–so analyze your rosters to see where you need improvement and pounce on the following players while you still can. The following waiver wire adds reflect a $100 FAAB:

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Week 9 Waiver Wire Adds

The trade deadline has come and gone. There are some new players on new teams and that means that guys are going to be stepping up into larger roles. There are also a few guys that will be fantasy relevant in a week or two, so it is best to jump on them a week early and stay ahead of the curve. In addition, the most important thing that you can do to make sure your team is in contention is to make sure there are no stars that were dropped due to recent struggles. For example, Larry Fitzgerald and Kenyan Drake were dropped all across fantasy football at some point this season, so make sure there are no studs lingering on your wire.  The following waiver wire adds reflect a $100 Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB).

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Week 7 Waiver Wire Adds

The playoffs are looming and the bye weeks beatdowns are getting more severe. Remember that you can not carry over your Free Agent Aquisition Budget into the following season (unless your specific rules allow you to do so) so don’t be afraid to spend on the guys that are going to help you make it to the playoffs. Likewise, it is important not to overspend on the wrong guy so pay attention to the trends and the upcoming schedules to try and find a diamond in the rough. The following waiver wire adds reflect a budget of $100 FAAB.

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Week 6 Waiver Wire Adds

This week is one of the weakest waiver wire weeks so far. There is not much to be had in regards to QBs, but there are a few RBs and a plethora of WRs ripe for the taking. For those of us who are sitting at 5-0 or 4-1, it is time to start thinking about playoffs and that means clearing your bench of worthless fodder and adding players with serious upside. The following waiver wire adds reflect a $100 Free Agent Aquisition Budget (FAAB).

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Week 2 Waiver Wire Adds

The fantasy football season has begun, and its time to start making your team better. You should always be active on the waiver wire and it starts right now. Whether you are trying to improve your squad for full season dominance, or you are reeling from the losses of Doug Baldwin, Greg Olsen or Delanie Walker, Here are a ton of players that can improve your squad moving forward.

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