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.

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Adam Lind TOR | 1B

Adam Lind might as well change is name to Rodney Dangerfield, because he is getting no respect in the fantasy world. For the season he already has 25 extra base hits and he is batting over .320. You would think this would make him close to 100% owned since he does have a proven track record, but he is still available in 30% of leagues. Stop the hate everyone, if he is available in your league than snag him. (about 70% owned)

Michael Pineda NYY | SP

Being a Yankee hater I did get some sort of sick pleasure when I saw Pineda go down with injury last year after they traded away Montero to get him. It was unfortunate though because Pineda is one of the most exciting young arms in the game, so for baseball’s sake I am happy that he is about to make his comeback. He has been lights out so far with his rehab starts in the minors and the Yankees should be adding him to their rotation within the next week or so. (about 35% owned)

Jose Fernandez MIA | SP

This amazing young pitcher should be getting as much hype has Matt Harvey and Shelby Miller, but for some reason he continues to fly under the radar. So far this year he has a K per inning and a sub 3 ERA, so I am not sure what the problem is. Fernandez also had a proven track record in the minors. If he is still available in your league then you need to give him serious consideration. (about 65% owned)

J.J. Putz ARI | RP

The Arizona bullpen has been a mess this year and what looked to be a nice combo of Putz and Bell for the 8th and 9th innings has turned into a disaster. Putz is about to come off of the DL and I can’t imagine that the Diamondbacks would stick with Bell in the 9th inning once Putz comes back. We all know what Putz is capable of and while I am not expecting huge things I think he is worth an add to see what he does. (about 20% owned)

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Leonys Martin TEX | OF

This youngster from Cuba is starting to make some noise in the fantasy world and at this point he should be owned in more leagues. His stats aren’t going to blow you away in any one department, but he is above average in pretty much all of the major fantasy categories. He has flashed decent power, he has a solid batting average, and he already has 13 bags this year. I think Martin could be the real deal, especially when you factor in that he hit .359 with 32 extra base hits last year in the minors in only 231 at bats. (about 20% owned)

Trevor Bauer CLE | SP

At this point everyone has heard his name, but he has yet to live up to the hype. He has bounced around between the minors and the bigs a bit over the last couple of years, but he is about to get called up and this time it’s probably for good. He has battled control issues so far this year, but there is no denying his overall talent and upside. I think he is worth a roster spot in a lot of leagues just to see what he can do. (about 10% owned)

Anthony Rendon WAS | 2B/3B

Rendon is benefiting from the horrific year that Danny Espinosa is having, which led to him being sent down to the minors. Rendon is now the Nationals everyday second baseman and he is taking full advantage. He proved that he can bat for average with his time in the minors and his bat has been on fire since he got called up. I expect him to cool off at some point, but you might as well ride out this hot streak if you need help at second of third base. (about 40% owned)

Ichiro Suzuki NYY | OF

The old man has been on a bit of a hot streak lately and at this point he is worth looking at in deeper leagues. Since mid May he has raised his average about 40 points and he has had a number of multi hit games. It’s very clear at this point that Ichiro has lost a step, but he still has the potential to help fantasy teams. (about 50% owned)

Ben Revere PHI | OF

Revere is starting to do what we thought he would this year, which is hit for average and steal a ton of bases. Since early May his average has gone up 70 points and he already has 20 bags on the year. If you are looking for a guy that won’t really hurt you in anyway, but can give you a boost in steals, then you found your guy. (about 55% owned)

Alexei Ramirez CWS | SS

At 31 years old it doesn’t look like Ramirez will ever live up to the hype of what was expected after his rookie year, but he can still help out fantasy teams at shortstop. None of his numbers are going to blow you away, but he does have a .280 average with 17 extra base hits and 18 bags. You know he isn’t going to bat for a ton of power, but he still has enough overall upside to help out a lot of fantasy teams. (about 55% owned)

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Ike Davis NYM | 1B

What a disappoint Davis has been this year, but I am not ready to completely write him off. He is no stranger to slow starts to the season and I think the potential of a solid second half is certainly there. He has played well in the minors since getting sent down and he should get called back up sooner rather than later. I wouldn’t drop anyone good for Davis, but if you are looking to take a gamble on a high upside first baseman then I would give Davis a look. (about 30% owned)