Pick up Juan Francisco and Curtis Granderson if you need homers

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Over the next ten days, we will be taking a look at players that can help you in each individual category for those of you that play in roto or H2H category leagues. This installment will focus on the players that can help you in home runs.

I will provide three players for each position. One for standard leagues, one for moderate leagues, and one for deep leagues.

Keep in mind that a lot of these players will be one category wonders.  Also, most power hitters still on the wire struggle to hit for average as well, so you have to decide if the risk is worth the reward.

For players that can help you in batting average, go here.  For runs scored, go here.

May 19, 2014; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Braves catcher Evan Gattis (24) hits a single against the Milwaukee Brewers in the third inning at Turner Field. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Catchers:

Standard:

Evan Gattis, Braves: Gattis is leading all catchers with eight home runs on the season.  The power is certainly there, but he is prone to slumps.  You kind of have to pick your spots with him, but you never know when he will go off.

Moderate:

Yan Gomes, Indians: Gomes has three homers in the last 12 days, and is getting regular at bats behind the plate for the Tribe.  The production should keep up as long as he in in the lineup

Deep:

John Jaso, Athletics: Yep, Jaso is on this list too.  Three of his four homers on the season have come in his past seven games.  He is on a great hot streak right now, and has started six straight.  Keep riding him as long as Oakland decides to.

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