Brian Dozier - Minnesota Twins (7% Owned) - We went through a stretch like this last year, where Brian Dozier crushed everything thrown his way. He's in the zone again as he has 3 HR in the past 5 days, and is carrying the Minnesota offense. Not sure he's a great add for the entire season, but ride the hot streak and maybe flip him in a week or two if he stays red hot.
Leonys Martin - Texas Rangers (8% Owned) - Still in a platoon situation with Craig Gentry, Martin offers a power/speed combination that is difficult to beat in this range of ownership level. With 4 steals in the past week to go with a 1.025 OPS, Martin has been a great play as an OF4-type.
Logan Forsythe - San Diego Padres (3% Owned) - A favorite pre-season sleeper is starting to turn it up after coming back from injury. Finding consistent playing time could be an issue when Gyorko and Everth Cabrera return from injury, but the talent is there to make some serious fantasy impact if a trade or additional injury occurs.
Jordy Mercer - Pittsburgh Pirates (1% Owned) - The starting SS for the Pirates, Mercer has been great so far in June. He's provided a little more pop than I expected, and if he keeps this up he's going to be a sneaky good fantasy play in the final stretch. The 2B/SS dual eligibility is a nice bonus as well.
Gregor Blanco - San Francisco Giants (4% Owned) - Blanco does a little bit of everything except hit for power. An OF eligible at LF, CF, and RF, he is going to get consistent AB's for the Giants and will provide average numbers across the board. A great stop-gap option for anyone waiting out a Ryan Braun or Bryce Harper injury.
Rajai Davis - Toronto Blue Jays (6% Owned) - Pure speed play here. Davis has been off and running with 13 SBs in 103 AB's. 6% owned is criminally low for a guy who won't kill your AVG and can make up a ton of ground in the steals category. Jump on him now.
Jose Alvarez - Detroit Tigers (3% Owned) - Alvarez has come out of nowhere to string together two nice starts against two great offenses (CLE/BOS). I doubt he keeps the rotation spot when Anibal Sanchez returns, but he's worth an add until he proves incapable of getting outs.
Lucas Harrell - Houston Astros (3% Owned) - I'm sure being on Houston is scaring many owners away, but Harrell is a useful fantasy starter. The K's aren't always going to be there, but he has an excellent sinking fastball that induces a ton of groundouts.
Chris Archer - Tampa Bay Rays (3% Owned) - A favorite of mine, Archer is probably more of a streamer target in order to avoid the AL East lineups. He's capable of putting together dominant starts, complete with more than a strikeout an inning. Archer's a volatile player to own, but the upside is tough to top for a player owned in only 3% of leagues.
Chris Capuano - Los Angeles Dodgers (3% Owned) - Capuano is turning around his season and looks more and more like the reliable starter of 2012. LA's rotation is littered with injuries so Capuano should see plenty of turns from here on out. He will provide solid strikeout numbers and a respectable ERA and WHIP.