Our Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire Pickups article takes a look at players available in many leagues that could have an immediate impact on your fantasy roster, or simply just players to keep on your radar. Let’s take a look at some players that might be worth scooping off the waiver wire heading into Week 14 of the MLB season. If you have any questions on who to pick up or who to drop, feel free to post them in our Fantasy Baseball Forum.

Add in All Leagues

Leonys Martín TEX | OF

Martín has been solid so far this year and at this point I see no reason why he shouldn’t be added in all leagues. He has solid speed numbers, he is batting for average, and he already has 17 extra base hits. It looks like the Rangers have a winner on their hands with their 25 year old centerfielder. (about 50% owned)

Koji Uehara BOS | RP

It’s very surprising to me that Uehara isn’t owned in more leagues. He has officially taken over the closer role for Boston and he has a sub 2 ERA. I am struggling to see what the issue is with him. If he is still available in your league then you need to find a way to get him on your team immediately. (about 65% owned)

Derek Jeter NYY | SS

Jeter had an amazing year in 2012, but he has yet to find the field for the Yankees in 2013 due to injury. We all know what he is capable of when healthy so if you need help at shortstop then now’s the time to pick him up. He was just called back up after his rehab assignment and he should be owned in all leagues at this point. (about 65% owned)

Alfonso Soriano CHC | OF

I know Soriano is an old man and isn’t that exciting of a pickup, but the fantasy world can’t keep ignoring the season that he is having. His batting average isn’t amazing, but he has 15 home runs already this year including 8 in the last month. If he can stay healthy then he is certainly a guy that can still help fantasy rosters. (about 65% owned)

Jayson Werth WAS | OF

Werth is a guy that I have always felt has been overrated, in both fantasy baseball and real baseball. With that said though he should be owned in more than 60% of leagues. He is still a guy that can bat for a decent average, solid power, and in the last month he is batting well over .300. If he is still available in your league then I would pick him up before it’s too late. (about 60% owned)

Raúl Ibañez SEA | OF

The old man is quietly putting together a solid year and the fantasy world needs to take notice. He is currently in the top 10 in all of baseball with total home runs and he is barely owned in over half of all leagues. At this point in his career you know what his ceiling is, but there is no reason to shy away from picking him up just because he is old. (about 60% owned)

Add in Deeper Leagues

Erasmo Ramírez SEA | SP

Ramírez is the latest of the minor leaguers getting called up with hype around them. This youngster from Nicaragua is a solid pitching prospects for the Mariners and I am sure they are excited to see what this youngster can do in the bigs. His minor league stats weren’t amazing, but they were good enough for me to think he is worth adding to see what he can do. (about 15% owned)

Michael Brantley CLE | OF

Brantley is a guy that we liked coming into the season and he is pretty much doing exactly what we expected. He is batting for a decent average, with decent power, and he has thrown in some bags as well. He isn’t going to blow any one category out of the water, but he is above average in most categories which makes him an interesting fantasy player. (about 35% owned)

Edinson Vólquez SD | SP

Considering that Volquez has had solid seasons in the past and he has had a nice run as of late, I was surprised to see he wasn’t owned in more leagues. In the last month he has an ERA just over 3 with over a strikeout per inning, but he is only owned in about 10% of all leagues. True you do have to go back to 2008 to see the last time that he had a solid season, but he is only 30 years old so the potential is still there. (about 10% owned)

José Quintana CWS | SP

It’s surprising to me that Quintana isn’t getting more love, please explain to me why he is only owned in about 15% of leagues? He is a younger pitcher so the upside is certainly there and for the season he has a sub 4 ERA with almost a strikeout per inning. He was stellar during his time in the minors and in the last month he has been very solid. It’s time to pick up this youngster for Chicago. (about 15% owned)

Jeremy Hefner NYM | SP

I think Hefner would be getting a little bit more hype if Harvey wasn’t doing what he has been doing for the Mets so far this year. Hefner has been solid and I think he deserves more attention in the fantasy world. He had decent success in the minors and in the last month he has a sub 2 ERA with almost a strikeout per inning. (about 25% owned)

Nick Franklin SEA | 2B/SS

The numbers for Franklin aren’t going to blow you away, but with second base and shortstop eligibility he is certainly someone that can help your fantasy team. This 22 year old former first round pick had success in the minors and I think he is well worth an add in deeper leagues. He already has 16 extra base hits in only 149 at bats, which is pretty good pop considering he is a middle infielder. (about 50% owned)

Keep an eye on

Adam Eaton ARI | OF

The wait is finally over. Eaton has been called up and is currently getting big league at bats. His elbow injury kept him off of the field for about 3 months so I expect him to be a little rusty, but this kid has a huge upside. In most redraft leagues I am just calling him someone to keep an eye on, but any type of keeper or dynasty league I think he is a must add. (about 35% owned)