Fantasy Baseball: the time to buy David Price is now

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We do a lot of posts here on who you should pick up or drop in leagues. Now here is one to show you who you should be targeting in trades. All of these players are owned in at least 85 percent of ESPN leagues, and are in the middle of the worst starts of their careers for the most part. Over the weekend I will let you know who you should be trying to buy low on.

This piece will deal with pitchers.   The outfielders are here.  The infielders are here.

May 7, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Joe Nathan (36) pitches in the ninth inning against the Houston Astros at Comerica Park. Detroit won 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Relief Pitchers:

Joakim Soria, Rangers:  Soria seems to be the undisputed number one option in Texas now.  He will get plenty more save opportunities with the Rangers when they start playing better.  He should be a good guy to go after.

Joe Nathan, Tigers:  Nathan only has seven saves and an ERA over 4.  Is the Tigers’ bullpen really that big of a black hole?  Their track record certainly says so, but Nathan is one of the better ones.  I doubt he struggles like this all year long.  He is a player I would feel comfortable getting in a trade.

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