At this stage, season-long fantasy baseball players can be grouped into two categories. You have those who are still fighting for a shot at a fantasy championship, and you have a second group who are thinking about what could have been, and what their future fantasy baseball drafts will look like. 

The first group is still looking for that player who can give them that slight edge for the rest of the season. It’s kind of shocking that one such player is part of an organization that has a .360 winning percentage. Marlins second baseman Starlin Castro has been crushing the ball for the past month. In his last 26 games, Castro is batting .379 with eight home runs and 28 RBI and he’s widely unowned in Yahoo and ESPN fantasy baseball leagues. 

The Detroit Tigers have a .297 winning percentage this season and even they have an under the radar player who might help put your team over the top as the fantasy baseball season expires. Over his last 27 games, Tigers outfielder Victor...