Fantasy baseball News & Notes: Wieters flying under the radar

Fresh off his best April as a pro, Matt Wieters could ascend to elite status among catchers in 2014.
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For Your Consideration

B.J. Upton's batting average is up to .214 after another nightmarish start in Atlanta.
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● Roenis Elias was terrific for the Mariners, holding the Yankees to only one run in seven innings while striking out 10. The 25-year-old rookie sports a 3.09 ERA, a 1.31 WHIP and 31 strikeouts in 35 innings. He's been pretty consistent, going at least five innings in all six of his starts while allowing more than three runs only once. Those aren't shabby numbers at all, and if he can shut down the A's in his next outing, it might be time to elevate him to the standard leagues conversation.

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