December 12, 2013
And here's the full roster.
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A final review of Jack Weiland's waiver picks from the 2013 season.
A recap of Jack Weiland's Week 10-15 waiver picks.
Mike Zunino, Matt Joyce, and Corey Kluber are the focus of today's waiver wire.
Welington Castillo, Cody Asche, Logan Morrison, and Pedro Strop are featured as players to target for 2014 in today's waiver wire.
Yusmeiro Petit and James Paxton are featured in today's waiver wire.
Taijuan Walker and Marco Estrada are featured in today's Waiver Wire.
Nate Eovaldi, Bruce Chen, and Chris Carter are discussed in today's Waiver Wire.
Donnie Murphy and Emilio Bonifacio are the subject of today's Waiver Wire.
Will Venable and L.J. Hoes are discussed in today's Waiver Wire.
Welington Castillo makes his 600th appearance in the Waiver Wire this year, while Scooter Gennett makes his debut.
Ryan Ludwick, Tom Wilhelmsen, and Danny Farquhar are the subject of today's Waiver Wire.
Tyson Ross, and Alex Rodriguez are featured in today's waiver wire.
Nate Schierholtz, Devin Mesoraco, and Dayan Viciedo are the subject of today's Waiver Wire.
Colby Lewis, Charlie Morton and Avisail Garcia are featured in today's waiver wire. Oh and a Ryan Braun rant. There's one of those, too.
Henderson Alvarez and Randall Delgado are featured on today's Waiver Wire.
Chris Carpenter, Edwin Jackson, and Yasiel Puig are the subject of today's Waiver Wire.
Raul Ibanez, Gordon Beckham and A.J. Ellis are featured in today's Grumpy Waiver Wire.
Johnny Giavotella and Will Middlebrooks are the subject of today's Waiver Wire.
Juan Francisco, Logan Forsythe, and Aaron Harang are featured in today's Waiver Wire column.
Young major leaguers Jordy Mercer, Marc Krauss and Zoilo Almonte are the topics of today's waiver wire column.
A look back at Jack Weiland's waiver wire picks over the first nine weeks of the season.
Wil Myers, Marlon Byrd, and Mike Carp are featured in today's waiver wire column.
Todd Helton, Ryan Raburn and Logan Morrison are the subjects today.
Yasiel Puig, Brandon McCarthy and Jacob Turner are featured today.
A brief discussion of the best fantasy day ever, Tyler Chatwood, and Corey Kluber are the subject of today's Waiver Wire.
Three catchers are the focus today.
Three reclamation projects are the topic of today's Waiver Wire column.
Scott Kazmir, Eric Chavez, and Munenori Kawasaki are covered in today's edition of the Waiver Wire.
Two Chicago pitchers on the verge of returning and two unspectacular American League first basemen.
Three outfielders are observed in today's Waiver Wire column.
The Hardball Times sat down with BaseballPress.com founder Reggie Yinger recently.
A look at four unsexy yet undervalued starting pitchers is the topic of today's Waiver Wire.
An overlooked veteran starter and the Cubs third basemen are profiled in this edition of the Waiver Wire.
Rafael Betancourt, Rex Brothers and Allen Webster are featured in this edition of the Waiver Wire.
Braves third basemen Juan Francisco and Chris Johnson are featured.
A potential closer change in Milwaukee, a couple of A's players who might make solid fantasy platoons, and Jose Fernandez are featured in this week's first waiver wire column.
A look at middle infielders who might provide some value.
Three recently tabbed starting pitchers are dissected in this week's American League Waiver Wire column.
Jack Weiland offers a mea culpa for overlooking Jeff Samardzija last spring.