Kevin Slowey, RHP, Marlins (15.9 Percent Owned): More of an NL-only or deep-mixed option, but it may be time to start taking Slowey seriously after the righty tossed his fourth straight quality start, over which he's allowed 15 hits and five earned runs while posting a 25-3 K-BB ratio in 27 innings.
Dayan Viciedo, OF, White Sox (21.0 Percent Owned): The Tank has been sidelined by an oblique injury for a couple weeks, but Viciedo (pictured) should be back soon and could be an under-the-radar 25-homer bat.
Marcell Ozuna, OF, Marlins (0.8 Percent Owned): Going 11 for your first 23 with a homer, four RBI and four runs will get you noticed, and that's just what this power-hitting rookie did in his first week in the bigs.
Kelly Johnson, 2B/OF, Rays (13.7 Percent Owned): It's not often pretty with Johnson, but the veteran is a useful piece in deep leagues for his multi-position eligibility and a pop-speed combo that usually results in a 15-15 campaign. Plus, he's hot of late, with a homer, two steals and 10 RBI in his past seven games.
Chris Tillman, RHP, Orioles (2.6 Percent Owned): A preseason candidate for a breakout year, Tillman's first turn immediately turned many owners off, but he's been strong since, with a 2.61 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 7.0 K/9.
James Loney, 1B, Rays (8.3 Percent Owned): After another three-hit game Sunday—he has seven of those since April 17—Loney is worth the add if you need batting average help. Just don't expect much else.
Jedd Gyorko, 2B/3B, Padres (23.4 Percent Owned): It's taken this rookie a while to show he can be the hit machine he was in the minors (.319 average), but he's managed at least one base knock in 11 of his past 13 and homered Sunday for the second time in five games.
Domonic Brown, OF, Phillies (29.3 Percent Owned): Brown may never turn into the 20-20 type many thought he was destined to be as a top prospect, but he's finally playing every day and going well of late with 13 hits, three homers and eight RBI in his last 11 games.
Juan Pierre, OF, Marlins (22.4 Percent Owned): Since bottoming out with a .174 average on April 14, the still-speedy veteran has hit a more respectable .277 (18-for-65), scored 12 runs and swiped 10 of his 11 bases.
Dee Gordon, SS, Dodgers (7.4 Percent Owned): Given another shot in the wake of Hanley Ramirez going back on the DL (this time with a hamstring strain), Gordon's wheels have already picked up three steals in his first two games. A short-term add for owners desperate for SBs.