Here’s a rundown of Brandon C. Williams of RotoExperts best options to add to your Fantasy MLB lineup from the waiver wire:
Luis Perdomo, P, Padres: Perdomo dropped his ERA from 9.00 to 4.18, with a strikeout rate of 7.94K/9, and zero homers since his first start.
Ben Gamel, OF, Mariners: With a .373 batting average, 11 RBIs, 45 stolen bases, and five multi-hit games over the past week, Gamel should be on your radar.
Rhys Hoskins, 1B, Phillies: Hoskins has a .333 batting average in International League and seven homeruns in Triple-A as well as 38 homeruns in Double-A last season.
Ryan Schimpf, 2B, Padres: Schimpf is a hit or miss player with 9 of his 17 hits being homers. He has a low batting average of .170 and a high strikeout rate of 31.7%.
Eddie Butler, P, Cubs: A failed rookie on the Rockies, Butler’s dominating performance in Triple-A got him picked up by the Cubs. He’s worth keeping an eye on to see if he can thrive in his new team.
Jed Lowrie, 2B, Athletics: A solid pickup, Lowrie at this rate is looking to hit 10-12 homers.
Hansel Robles, P, Mets: With Fimilia’s injury, Robles moves to full-time setup man and should continue to get victories.
Kennys Vargas, 1B/DH, Twins: Vargas hits a lot of home runs, but also whiffs frequently aswell. He has a .230 batting average but may hit 23-30 homeruns.
Jose Urena, P, Marlins: Urena is starting to settle into his starting position and is worth keeping your eye on with his 96.1 average mph fastball.
Jorge Soler, OF, Royals: Soler is coming off an injury and it’s worth keeping your eye on him to see if he can shake off the rust.
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