2012 Waiver Wire – Week 19

What looked like a one-time opportunity for relief pitcher Jim Henderson of the Milwaukee Brewers has suddenly turned into back-to-back saves and with John Axford struggling, there is a good chance Henderson could see additional chances with the Brewers out of the pennant race. Henderson had a 1.69 ERA at Triple-A with a 1.21 WHIP [...]

2012 Waiver Wire – Week 13

The Arizona Diamondbacks called up starting pitcher Trevor Bauer from the minor leagues, but I don’t see him as a must-add in mixed league formats. Bauer lasted just four innings in his first start against the Atlanta Braves, allowing five hits and walking three while throwing 74 pitches. Bauer struggled with his control in the [...]

2012 Waiver Wire – Week 12

Two highly touted prospects were called up in the American League this week but I am not quite ready to take the plunge on them. The Detroit Tigers brought back starting pitcher Jacob Turner to the major leagues, after he posted a 3.43 ERA in Triple-A with 27 strikeouts in 42 innings of work with [...]

2012 Waiver Wire – Week 11

One of the players that should draw interest on the waiver wire this week is outfielder Tyler Moore of the Washington Nationals, if for no other reason than his two home run game on Wednesday. Now granted, he was starting for Adam LaRoche who had the night off so it doesn’t look like he has [...]

2012 Waiver Wire – Week 10

At this point of the season, the pickings are getting pretty slim if you are playing in an AL or NL-only type format. The key in fantasy baseball is the same as it is in business, trying to find that next big thing before anyone else knows about it. If you have the room on [...]