Our fantasy baseball waiver wire column 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 some of the top waiver wire pickups heading into Week 25 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.

Must add in all leagues

Josh Reddick OAK | OF

Reddick was having a solid year until he got a little banged up and he has had a hard time getting things going again. Recently however his bat has started to come alive with home runs in two of his last four games. He isn’t going to bat for the best average, but he has solid power and he even sprinkles in a little speed. (about 65% owned)

Adam Eaton CWS | OF

It wouldn’t be a waiver wire post if I didn’t talk about my boy Adam Eaton. I know he has had his ups and downs this year, but I am telling you this guy is the real deal and has the potential to do it all. Just look at his September for example, .381 average, seven extra base hits and a couple of bags. Pick this guy up for the final push of the fantasy season if he is still available in your league. (about 70% owned)

Lance McCullers HOU | SP

The rookie season for Lance has been a bit of a roller coaster ride, but he has a chance to finish the year on a high note. He has been pitching much better as of late and I am a fan of his upside for the rest of the season. Houston has been a bit of a surprise this year and it’s in large part due to their solid pitching staff. McCullers has been a nice addition to their rotation and at only 21 years old he should have fantasy value for years to come. (about 50% owned)

Add in deeper leagues

Billy Butler OAK | OF

Billy Boy has been on a nice hot streak lately and I think there is a good chance it continues for the rest of the season. Billy is a streaky hitter and when this guy is hot he can definitely help your fantasy team. He is batting .377 so far this September and he is producing some decent power numbers as well. (about 35% owned)

Kris Medlen KC | SP/RP

Since returning from injury Medlen has pitched great except for one outing against the White Soxs where he gave up seven runs. If you take that one out his ERA would easily be down in the high 2.00s and his strikeout ratio isn’t terrible. Medlen is a solid young pitcher and he could offer decent value during the last few weeks of the season. (about 20% owned)

Anthony DeSclafani CIN | SP/RP

The start for DeSclafani this year couldn’t have been much better. In his first four starts he had an ERA of just over 1.00 a 2-1 record and well over a K per inning. His May, June, July, and August stats however tell a very different story. Even though he fell off he has gotten things going as of late and he could be a good guy to ride out the rest of the way. (about 30% owned)

Sean Nolin OAK | SP/RP

Nolin is the latest of what seems to be an endless list of solid young starting pitchers for the A’s. He had solid minor league stats and things have been going well so far in the bigs. His walks are a little high and his strikeout ratio could be a bit better, but overall I am a fan of this youngster’s upside. (about 5% owned)