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 23 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

Miguel Sano MIN | 3B/SS

If the Twins are able to make the playoffs this year it will be in large part due to Sano. This youngster has been amazing so far in the majors. We knew this guy was talented, but I don’t think anyone saw him making this big of an instant impact. Sano has 28 extra base hits in under 180 at bats, pure craziness. (about 75% owned)

Kris Medlen KC | SP/RP

Medlen was one of the games biggest up and coming pitchers before his elbow surgery forced him to miss last year’s season. He is now back and so far so good for Medlen. I expect the Royals to be careful with him, but they are going to want him to be in midseason form as they prepare for the playoffs. (about 35% owned)

Francisco Lindor CLE | SS

I expect Lindor’s numbers to come down a bit, but this youngster has a huge upside. He has the potential to do it all and he is going to be a fantasy relevant player for many years to come. If you were able to get this guy in any type of keeper or dynasty league then go ahead and pat yourself on the back. (about 50% owned)

Raisel Iglesias CIN | SP

This 25 year old Cuban has been amazing since getting the call up and his K counts have my attention. The guy has double digit strikeouts in each of his last three starts and 97 in just 87 innings of work. His ERA is just barely under 4.00, but anytime a young pitcher has these type of strikeout numbers you have to take notice. (about 50% owned)

Luis Severino NYY | SP/RP

The Yankees young Dominican pitcher continues to impress and the fantasy world needs to take notice. I don’t think his hot start is a fluke, he was amazing during his time in the minors and he looks to be the real deal. If you at all need starting pitcher help down the stretch then grab this hard throwing righty. (about 50% owned)

Add in deeper leagues

Ender Inciarte ARI | OF

It’s surprising that Inciarte isn’t getting more attention. He has a solid average, good speed and even though his power numbers aren’t the best he is still racking up some extra base hits. At only 25 years old there is still time for him to find his power stroke and I am a big fan of this guy’s short and long term value. (about 30% owned)

Drew Hutchison TOR | SP

Hutchison started off his 2015 season by giving up six or more earned runs in three of his first six starts. Since then he has lowered his ERA from just under 7.50 to under 5.00. The real story with Hutchison is his home/away split stats. In 87 innings pitched at home he has only given up 24 earned runs and in 51 innings pitched on the road he has given up 51 earned runs. Pick this guy up, just make sure you only start him when he is pitching at home. (about 50% owned)

Corey Seager LAD | SS

The Dodgers have called up their top prospect Corey Seager and he should have an instant impact. Seager is now 21 and he has been torching minor league pitching since he was 18 years old. He isn’t going to help much in the speed department, but he should help in all of the other categories and he plays a tough position to fill. (about 20% owned)

Eduardo Escobar MIN | 2B/3B/SS/OF

Escobar has really started to get things going as of late and since mid August he has raised his average 25 points. He has also found somewhat of a power stroke hitting four home runs in August compared to only four from April through July. Escobar isn’t going to bat for a ton of power though and his speed is lacking, but he can play four different positions and he makes a great utility guy for daily setup leagues. (about 20% owned)