Not everyone needs an earth-shattering trade to save their fantasy baseball season.

A subdued transaction often gets the job done, especially in larger leagues where depth matters. Most peers also deserve the benefit of a doubt to not give away a superstar for nothing. Nobody was actually worried about Clayton Kershaw in May, right?

As a result, the following highlighted names, particularly the buy-low recommendations, will look boring to some owners. In shallow mixed leagues, they might even remain up for grabs on the waiver wire, eliminating the arduous task of haggling with a competitor.

Nobody should have to break the bank to acquire these underperforming contributors. For the trio of standouts on the other side of the spectrum, managers might be willing to clear their funds and overpay.

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