Welcome back to the last waiver-wire edition of the 2020 fantasy baseball season. It’s been a crazy season in what has been a hectic year. I hope everyone has had a chance to have fun this season trying to battle through the postponements and doubleheaders.

Waiver-Wire Targets:

Los Angeles Angels First Baseman Jared Walsh — We’re keeping up with the theme of targeting hitters who are on a hot streak this season with Walsh, who has hit six home runs since Sept. 8. Walsh had a hit in every game he played from Sept. 6-17. We’re hoping he has a few more good games during the last week of the season to help give a boost to fantasy owners.

Baltimore Orioles Starting Pitcher Dean Kremer — The Orioles have had many relevant fantasy players this season, and there’s one more to help owners before the year ends. Kremer has been dominant since being promoted, as he has had at least six strikeouts in his first three starts. If you need a boost in that department from a starter, Kremer can be your guy.

Arizona Diamondbacks Relief Pitcher Stefan Crichton — It’s been such a crazy season that I feel like I haven’t recommended closers in a while. We finally get one for the final week, as Crichton has converted three saves during the last week and has allowed only one earned run in his last seven outings. The strikeouts won’t be there, but we don’t care at this point. If we can get a couple of saves in the final week, it’s worth it.

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