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Waiver Wire Report: Bieber Fever and Finding Nimmo

This week's report is a smorgasbord of intriguing waiver wire targets. First off, it's Shane Bieber time! Are you excited? If you're not, you should be. I'll tell you more as to why below. I could probably (definitely) write this article entirely about the greatness of the Beebs, but that would totally defeat the purpose of a waiver wire report. You come here looking for more than just me drooling about one player. Well, you're in luck. Outside of Bieber, I have a leadoff hitter for you with an OPS over 1.000, a new…

Waiver Wire Report: Tyler O’Neill Powering Up and Pedroia Returns

Before we dig into this week's waiver wire report, if Juan Soto is still available in your league, go add him right now and scold the rest of your league (and yourself) for not adding him already. As I mentioned in my scouting report, Soto has the skill set to hit over .300 with 35-plus homers annually. Expecting that right away is foolish, but he's still going to be a fantasy factor moving forward. Soto isn't the only exciting player worth adding right now, either. This week's report also has two other top hitting…

Dynasty Dugout: Remaining Top MLB Prospects to Debut in 2018

So, here we are nearing the one-third mark of the season. Top MLB prospects like Ronald Acuña, Walker Buehler, Gleyber Torres, and most recently Juan Soto, have already gotten the call to the Major Leagues. When these type of prospects get the call, fantasy owners fight over them like a crazy mob of parents on Black Friday trying to get the hot new toy that their kid will forget about and stop playing with by February. The difference between top prospects and Christmas toys are that we are a bit less likely to forget about…

Juan Soto is Up! — Scouting Report and What to Expect in Fantasy

First off, before we go any further, go add Juan Soto if he's available in your league. Unless you play in AL-Only, he needs to be owned everywhere. That's how good this kid is. Yes, a slew of injuries to the Washington outfield had a lot to do with this call-up, but so did Soto's insanely high level of play so far this season. Juan Soto started the season with Single-A Hagerstown and quickly made it known that his stay in the South Atlantic League was going to be a quick one. In 59 at-bats, Soto hit .373/.486/.814/1.300…

Waiver Wire Report: Austin Meadows Finally Gets the Call

Sorry, folks. No snazzy title today. This week's waiver wire report was going to follow a similar path to last week in that the sexiness was yet again lacking. Then, in an 11th hour move last night, the Pirates decided to call-up Austin Meadows to fill in for the injured Starling Marte. So I fired up the old lap top and added Meadows to this week's report. He might not be on the level of Ronald Acuna or Gleyber Torres, but Meadows is still a top-50 caliber prospect who has a chance to provide some decent value moving…