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Fake Teams Hitting the Fantasy Links: Friday Edition

It's Friday!  Today is May 6, the 96th anniversary of Babe Ruth's first major league home run, as well as the 13th anniversary of Kerry Wood's 20 strikeout game.  Wood posted a .673 WPA as a pitcher in that game.  Also, 74 years ago today the Hindenburg caught fire, killing 36 people in approximately that many seconds.  So...enjoy your day!  Here are your fantasy baseball links for today:

RotoGraphs continues to update their positional rankings; today is 1B.

The Fantasy Fix updates their SP ranks and gives some waiver advice for the same position.

Razzball lists some pitchers due for a fall based on their xFIP-ERA.

Rotoprofessor looks for value in the Dodgers' bullpen by investigating 6 different pitchers.  What a mess.

Fantasy Phenoms releases their All-Sleeper Teams.

Waiver wire advice: The Hardball Times (AL & NL), RotoExperts, Baseball Press (Mixed & AL/NL), and KFFL.

Follow the jump for more of the latest fantasy baseball news and analysis from around the web.

RotoGraphs is not a believer in Gordon Beckham.

Lester's Legends wonders about the trustworthiness of Josh Tomlin.

Fantasy Baseball 365 sees Mark Melancon holding on to the 9th inning role in Houston.

John Sickels' Prospect of the Day is the recently called up Ben Revere.  Insert your own Beastie Boys/Revolutionary War reference here.

Baseball AmericaBaseball ProspectusThe Fantasy Fix, and KFFL all have prospect reports.

As you likely know by now, the Royals called up first baseman Eric Hosmer yesterday.  Sons of Roto calls him a "must-add in all leagues" and then provides a list of the Top 10 first basemen currently in the minors.

A less-celebrated recent callup was San Diego 2B/3B Logan ForsytheRotoprofessor asks if he has any value.

Jason Grey of ESPN profiles Royals pitching prospect Danny Duffy and updates his Top 11 Fantasy Prospects for 2011.  Eric Hosmer is #1.  (PAYWALL ALERT)

RotoGraphs digs into the Nationals system and comes up with Cuban defector and starting pitcher Yunesky Maya, who is an intriguing player to say the least.  ETA: June?

Rotoprofessor has a comprehensive injury report.

Fantasy Phenoms checks in on some injured closers.

Finally, Baseball Prospectus has a Q & A with Mark Trumbo, which probably isn't too illuminating for fantasy purposes but I found interesting anyway.