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Michael Saunders, OF, Seattle Mariners
Woodn't it be nice: Kerry ready to roll
Milton Bradley (personal) was placed on the restricted list, and the M's called up the righty-hitting Saunders to serve the short end of a left field platoon with lefty bat Ryan Langerhans.
Bradley's absence probably won't be long, and after he returns the M's might keep Langerhans up and send down Saunders for more consistent playing time. However, even with his rough development so far, Saunders, who clubbed 13 homers in 282 at-bats for Triple-A Tacoma, is the better gamble because he offers more upside. Just keep your investment low enough that you won't be burned by a demotion.
Shallow mixed: Pass
Deep mixed: Pass
Kerry Wood, RP, Cleveland Indians
The Tribe's closer was activated from the DL Friday. Even if he doesn't go back to the role right away, Wood must be owned. Check your waiver wire; he's still widely available.
Shallow mixed: Acquire
Deep mixed: Acquire
About Tim Heaney
Tim's work has been featured by USA Today/Sports Weekly, among numerous outlets, and recognized as a finalist in the Fantasy Sports Writers Association awards. The Boston University alum, who competes in LABR and Tout Wars, has won numerous industry leagues in both baseball and football.
During baseball and football season, he appears on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio on Thursdays and Sundays, and every Wednesday on 1570 AM WNST in Baltimore.
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