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Grinding Metal - Waiver Wire Additions
Reggie | Friday June 1st, 2018
Brandon Nimmo continues to produce solid numbers for the New York Mets. (USA Today Sports Images)
Brandon Nimmo continues to produce solid numbers for the New York Mets. (USA Today Sports Images)
Grinding Metal examines potential waiver wire additions that can assist your team during the fantasy baseball season. From home runs to pitching wins, Grinding Metal has you covered. Check out these players for immediate roster help. Here was last week's article. Check back for future editions of Grinding Metal.

Max Muncy, 3B/1B/OF, Los Angeles Dodgers
If you play in a league that rewards for on-base percentage, Muncy is worth an add, especially with his multiple position eligibility. The 27-year-old utility man has 7 home runs, along with a .353 OBP. With injuries to the Dodgers happening every week, along with his versatility, Muncy is worth a look in deeper leagues.

Brandon Nimmo, OF, New York Mets
The Mets have a crowded outfield situation, but when you're hitting .287/.431/.574 with 6 home runs and 4 stolen bases, your manager "should" find constant playing time for you. Nimmo is owned in less than 50% of leagues as of right now, but that is likely to change with his increased playing time. 

Nathan Eovaldi, SP, Tampa Bay Rays
After missing all of the 2017 season due to injury, Eovaldi made his 2018 debut in stunning fashion, striking out 4 hitters over 6 innings of no-hit ball against Oakland. Eovaldi made a strong impression during spring training, but missed the start of the season to "clean up" loose bodies in his elbow. Eovaldi will likely be limited in his first few innings back, but he's still a strike out machine.

Kyle Barraclough, RP, Miami Marlins
Although closer Brad Ziegler has blown one save this season in ten opportunities, he's been awful, posting a 7.83 ERA and allowing 4 home runs in 23 innings. The Marlins have decided to look elsewhere for ninth inning help, which includes Barraclough. Barraclough, 28, has a 1.48 ERA season and has struck out 27 hitters in 24.1 innings. 
ReggieReggie is a writer and the co-founder of Baseball Press. He enjoys fantasy baseball and hates when players bunt in baseball.