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Jacob Turner, RHP, Miami Marlins (6.7 percent owned)
A former top prospect, Jacob Turner, has turned in four quality starts in five turns since promotion at the end of May.
Junichi Tazawa, RHP, Boston Red Sox (15.8 percent owned)
If Koji Uehara fails, the Boston Red Sox would likely turn to Junichi Tazawa (pictured) to close.
Drew Smyly, LHP, Detroit Tigers (7.0 percent owned)
Stellar stats (1.77 ERA, 0.99 WHIP, 9.0 K/9) make Drew Smyly worth owning whether he's starting or relieving—or maybe eventually closing?
Kyle Gibson, RHP, Minnesota Twins (0.6 percent owned)
Getting the Kansas City Royals at home in his first MLB start next Saturday is a good way for the talented rookie, Kyle Gibson, to break in.
Raul Ibanez, OF, Seattle Mariners (11.0 percent owned)
Three more homers and six more RBI over the weekend bring the unsexy vet's (Raul Ibanez) totals to 17 and 42.
Roy Oswalt, RHP, Colorado Rockies (2.5 percent owned)
Not ready to buy in yet, but admittedly 11 whiffs and zero walks in five innings in first start since last September at least makes Roy Oswalt worth watch listing.
Martin Perez, LHP, Texas Rangers (0.5 percent owned)
Had to mention: Rookie, Martin Perez, held the St. Louis Cardinals to five hits and two runs over seven innings Saturday.