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MLB Waiver Wire and Streaming Thread 2019 Week 22


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MLB Waiver Wire and Streaming Thread 2019 Week 22


This thread is for offering suggested waiver wire pickups and streaming options for week 22 of the 2019 MLB season.


It is not for the following:



Comments that fall into one of these categories or are otherwise not on topic for this thread will be removed.


Some discussion of waiver suggetions is allowed, but this is not the place for an extended debate on the merits of any particular player. Take these in-depth discussions over to the outlook threads for the individual player(s) in question.

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MLB Waiver Wire and Streaming Thread 2019 Week 22


This thread is for offering suggested waiver wire pickups and streaming options for week 22 of the 2019 MLB season.


It is not for the following:



Comments that fall into one of these categories or are otherwise not on topic for this thread will be removed.


Some discussion of waiver suggetions is allowed, but this is not the place for an extended debate on the merits of any particular player. Take these in-depth discussions over to the outlook threads for the individual player(s) in question.

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Gavin Lux

Looks like there's a chance he's forced the Dodgers hands come September. At least it looks more optimistic than before. Now's the time to pounce if ever.

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2 hours ago, nlm said:

Gavin Lux

Looks like there's a chance he's forced the Dodgers hands come September. At least it looks more optimistic than before. Now's the time to pounce if ever.

would he get anywhere close to everyday ABs?  

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Tim Lopes - Virtually unowned, but is hitting decently enough (and hit for average in the minors) and could provide a bit of SB help as well.

Nick Solak - Another that is available in almost every league, but has been solid so far in his short time up.

Willie Calhoun - More owned, but still widely available, and has been red hot over the last week or so.

Evan Longoria - Unfortunately at home all week, but his splits on the road look like vintage Longoria, so at worst a solid stash, but is still hot and facing weak pitching. Also an option for people who lost Ramirez.

Hanser Alberto - Just got hurt yesterday, but doesn't seem serious. Has been solid all season, hot recently, and could do worse if you lost Ramirez.

 

 

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23 minutes ago, Baseball Jonze said:

Is Plesac starting @ Detroit or TB this week?  I see conflicting information.  His regular rotation spot would see him getting Detroit, but Yahoo has him a couple days later vs TB.  Was he bumped back for the tougher match-up?

https://www.mlb.com/indians/roster/probable-pitchers

It is "probable" pitchers, but this is MLB site that I use and it seems to be right on, typically.

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23 hours ago, KilloWertz said:

Tim Lopes - Virtually unowned, but is hitting decently enough (and hit for average in the minors) and could provide a bit of SB help as well.

 

 

 

 

I like the Lopes tout. I went ahead and nabbed him. He's also multi-position eligible in Fantrax's settings...SS, 2B, OF.

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Sehldon Neuse was called up by the A's.

ANALYSIS

Word of Neuse's promotion first surfaced Wednesday, but he won't enter the lineup Thursday after his travel schedule left him unable to join the big club until shortly before first pitch, according to Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle. Once he has a chance to get acclimated, Neuse could be an everyday option at either second base or designated hitter, two spots in the lineup where the Athletics have been struggling to find production of late. Neuse slashed .317/.389/.550 with 27 home runs and 31 doubles in 560 plate appearances with Las Vegas prior to his callup.

 

 

Could be worth a look.

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Sean Murphy - Being called up tomorrow.  His average has plummeted in the last week+, going from .366 to .308, but he's still having a nice season, and obviously he doesn't have a ton of ABs since he missed a lot of time early on.

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On 8/28/2019 at 11:08 AM, tonycpsu said:

Mike Montgomery is probably going to be a popular streaming pickup with the Orioles and Marlins on the schedule.  If you have room, grab him before your leaguemates do.

Looks like she’s been pushed back to Tuesday against the Tigers. Do we still expect a 2-start week?

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