Bleacher Report's Guide to Acing Your 2014 Fantasy Baseball Home Stretch

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Bleacher Report's Guide to Acing Your 2014 Fantasy Baseball Home Stretch
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Available in 60 percent of Yahoo leagues, Jake Odorizzi can give fantasy baseball owners a much-needed jolt down the stretch.

More than four months after Opening Day, the long, treacherous baseball season still runs rampant. As MLB squads prepare for a postseason run, fantasy baseball owners hope to accomplish the same result.

It seems like ages since we all assembled our predraft cheat sheets. Remember when the crisp spring air discharged a scent of endless possibilities? Those were the days when Danny Salazar and Gerrit Cole held the whole fantasy world in their hands. 

Now, many once-hopeful mangers have helplessly watched their fake teams sink into peril while others engage in the fight of their lives. Or they're just trying to sneak into third place to get their money back. Either works.

This is the time of year where fantasy fatigue strikes hardest. Owners have endured the daily grind of filing a lineup since April, and the summer sun is smiling, tempting them to shut down the computer and go outside. Not to mention this other popular sport that steals baseball's thunder.

You've come this far, so don't stop now. Postseason play is close in head-to-head formats, and the clock is also ticking on rotisserie gamers to amass those precious points. We're rounding the closing lap, but there's still time to catch a second wind.

To provide owners with that extra boost, here is a late-season fantasy guide containing tips to help end the year in style. Not sure how to approach trading with the deadline nearing? Want some waiver-wire suggestions, injury news and possible September call-ups to monitor?

We got you covered. Here's everything you need to finish the 2014 season strong.

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