Adam Lind, 1B, Blue Jays (41.3 Percent Owned)
Here's your annual reminder not to get fooled into thinking Lind is going to return to that crazy 2009-type production, but he's been on fire since May 1: .380 BA, 6 HR, 15 RBI, 20 R.
Carlos Quentin, OF, Padres (18.7 Percent Owned)
When he's hot, Quentin (pictured) can perform like an OF 3 in fantasy, which is what he's done recently by going 14 for his last 30 with a pair of homers to raise his season totals in those categories to .266 and seven.
Ricky Nolasco, RHP, Marlins (7.7 Percent Owned)
It's hard to buy into Nolasco, one of fantasy's biggest teases, but it's also hard simply to ignore his 3.61 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 7.3 K/9. If—nay, when—he's eventually traded, his value could get a bump.
Bronson Arroyo, RHP, Reds (34.8 Percent Owned)
Arroyo's not the hot chick at the bar—that 5.0 K/9 isn't eye-catching—but safe can be sexy, too. So can those six wins, 3.35 ERA and 1.10 WHIP.
Ross Detwiler, LHP, Nationals (10.8 Percent Owned)
Detwiler isn't 2.76-ERA good, but he can be an effective spot starter with upside for a bit more once he returns
from a month-long oblique strain on Thursday at Coors. Avoid him there, but keep tabs.
Chris Carter, 1B/OF, Astros (21.5 Percent Owned)
If you can stomach the .220ish average, Carter will continue to hit balls over walls, which he's done four times in his past 10 games. Looking for a cheap 30-homer season, are ya?