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Justin Ruggiano, OF, Marlins (5.4 Percent Owned)
The 31-year-old Ruggiano (pictured) is far from perfect (.233 BA, not even 30 RBI or R), but he does know how to hit 'em out (11 HR) and swipe 'em (8 SB) on occasion.
Marlon Byrd, OF, Mets (16.5 Percent Owned)
After looking like his career was done after a lost 2012, Byrd has bounced back to post respectable stats in average (.257), homers (12) and RBI (40).
Marcell Ozuna, OF, Marlins (19.6 Percent Owned)
The rookie was rushed to the bigs but has more than held his own with an even .300 average, and if he can tap into the power that he was known for coming up, Ozuna's stock will jump.
DJ Lemahieu, 2B, Rockies (10.2 Percent Owned)
The second-year player has proved he's a decent average-speed play with a .284 in the former and an 11 in the latter over just 41 games.
Juan Francisco, 1B/3B, Brewers (4.5 Percent Owned)
If you need homers in a deeper league, Francisco could double the nine he has so far now that he's likely to be Milwaukee's everyday first baseman with Corey Hart out for the year.