Last year, fantasy owners learned that you can add a franchise player to your team after draft day.
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Now for the big question: Just who is
The Marlins traded for him in November and immediately said he would start at third base. The move didn't make much sense at the time since he had never played third base in the majors before, but the Marlins saw something in the 23-year-old that nobody else did. He has been the catalyst to the Marlins' fast start and a wonder for any fantasy team who currently owns him.
Finding someone as productive as Bonifacio on the waiver wire this week is going to be tough, but we'll keep looking. Here are a few potential free agents who are worth a look if you have a hole to fill:
Don't lose sight of the top prospects who started the year in the minors because you know they will be up soon and contributing in a big way. Fast starts for those prospects include:
Keep a close eye on the waiver wire and the minor leagues, because outside of trading for new players those are your best avenues to improve your team after draft day. And as we learned last year with Cliff Lee, some diamonds can be uncovered in the rough.