We all can’t wait to see the All-Star game next week, especially the Home Run Derby. But while everybody is dreaming out the 500-foot bombs Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and company will hit, we have nine guys most likely sitting on your waiver wire that can help upgrade your team.

10-Team Leagues

Dexter Fowler, STL OF (51% ownership), FAAB Bid - $20 Fresh off the DL, Fowler is probably the best available option on most people’s waiver wire at this very moment. Fowler was having a really nice month of June before an injury derailed anything huge. He was still able to clobber six bombs in 21 games while posting a .990 OPS. Fowler wasn’t signed to a long-term contract for any old reason. Fantasy owners should be poised for a breakout second half.

Trevor Cahill, SD SP (26% ownership), FAAB Bid - $17If you’re looking to add an impact arm look no further. Cahill looked excellent versus a high-powered Indians offense in his return from the DL going 4.1 scoreless innings while striking out four. Cahill will start the Padres final game before heading into the All-Star break on Sunday, but he’s posted some gaudy numbers this season. First off, he’s missing a ton of bats as he’s posted a 28.8-percent K-rate and 10.8 K/9 mark. Secondly, it’s legit, as his FIP sits at glistening 2.99. He’s always getting groundballs at an elite 63-percent rate, so essentially we’re telling you he’s a must own in all formats coming out of the break.

Troy Tulowitzki, TOR SS (65% ownership), FAAB Bid - $14 The player pool is getting thinner by the day, but Tulowitzki is beginning to heat up. He has three home runs over his last 10 games and has a mini-four game-hitting streak, with three of them being multi-hit games. He’s also begun to hit the ball hard of late, posting a 23.5-percent line drive rate in July. If Tulo can continue to drive the ball out of the park, he’s valuable in all formats.

12-Team Leagues

Aaron Sanchez, TOR SP (82% ownership), FAAB Bid - $15 Okay, so we understand this suggestion comes after the Astros demolished him in his first game off of the DL. Sanchez gave up eight earned runs in 1 2/3 innings but this isn’t the Sanchez we’ve grown accustomed too, nor do we expect it to continue. The one thing that stands out like a sore thumb is Sanchez’s groundball percentage this season compared to last years mark. He’s predominately a sinker baller and relies on getting groundballs. Last year’s mark was 54.4-percent while this years number sits at 40-percent. We’re not fully expectant that Sanchez will fully return to 2016’s form, but if he gets remotely close, your staff is likely in good shape.

Brad Miller, TB 1B, 2B, SS (33% ownership), FAAB Bid - $12 Even though Miller has had an awful 2017 campaign between his play and injuries, we can’t ignore the 30 bombs he hit just one year ago. His power potential combined with his multi-position eligibility makes him an extremely valuable asset for the second half of the season.

Archie Bradley, ARI RP (33% ownership), FAAB Bid - $10 Fernando Rodney had virtually been lights out before his last two outings, which slightly cracks the door open for Bradley taking over in the ninth. Bradley has been one of the best relievers in baseball, including closers. He’s allowed five, yes five earned runs in 39 innings and held his opponents to a .192 average on the year. His 31.3% K-rate is also an elite mark, a mark that would play perfectly in the ninth. If you’re speculating the next opening closers job, Arizona could be it.

15-Team Leagues

Bruce Maxwell, OAK C (2% ownership), FAAB Bid - $5 With Stephen Vogt gone to Milwaukee, the door is wide open for Maxwell to step in and take the job. The 26-year old is building a solid case for just that, as he’s slashing .305/.379/.407 thus far through 19 games. The slash line isn’t a fluke either as he’s registered an elite hard contact rate of 40.5-percent. In two-catcher and AL only formats, Maxwell is the perfect fit.

Anibal Sanchez, DET SP, RP (5% ownership), FAAB Bid - $4 We don’t want to jump the gun, but Sanchez looks like a completely different pitcher over his previous four starts. He’s thrown 23.1 innings over those four starts and has struck out 22 and has allowed three runs or less in each start. He’s induced a ton of soft contact recently as well, posting a mark of 22-percent or greater in four of his previous five games. If Sanchez continues on this path, he’ll be a solid SP4/5 for the remainder of the season.

Luis Castillo, CIN SP, RP (8% ownership), FAAB Bid - $4This addition is simply an upside pickup for deeper formatted leagues. Castillo has crazy strikeout ability thanks to a fastball that consistently touches 100 MPH. He’s struck out 22 batters over his 16.1 innings! Another thing we’ve consistently touched on is how much we like ground ball pitchers in fantasy baseball. He’s inducing over 60-percent contact on the ground, which is an elite mark. If he can sustain both marks, he’ll definitely hold plenty of value in a lot of different formats, not just 15-team or NL-only leagues, which is basically where he slots in now.

*ownership percentages courtesy of Yahoo

** FAAB bids based on $100 budget