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Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: Sept. 22, 2017

September 22, 2017
We have reached our final waiver-wire edition of the 2017 fantasy baseball season. There's one week remaining in the season, so congratulations to those at the top or within striking distance of first place in your league. This year has been crazy with the number of injuries to top performers, so the waiver wire was extremely valuable. I hope over the course of the season I was able to highlight a few players to help you along the way.

Waiver-Wire Targets:

Baltimore Orioles Reliever Brad Brach -- Closer Zach Britton will more than likely miss the rest of the season, which gives Brach another chance to earn saves during the final week. The right-hander replaced Britton earlier this season when Britton had arm issues and was successful. This is a no-brainer, and hopefully he can pick up a couple saves before the regular season ends.

St. Louis Cardinals Infielder/Outfielder Jose Martinez -- The 29-year-old is batting .373 with three home runs and 14 RBIs in September. Martinez is also batting in the middle of the order for the Cardinals, which is prime position to rack up a few more RBIs during the final week. Another bonus for Martinez is that he has multi-position eligibility, which gives fantasy owners much-needed flexibility.

San Diego Padres Outfielder Hunter Renfroe -- As we know, targeting a player in the midst of a hot streak is the way to go in fantasy baseball, and right now Renfroe is on fire. He has four home runs and eight RBIs with a .286 batting average since being recalled from Triple-A Sept. 18. Renfroe is playing way over his head, but we just need it to continue for one more week.