Fantasy baseball’s finish line is well in sight.

One week remains on MLB‘s schedule. Although keep in mind that any tiebreaker game—a real possibility in both leagues’ wild-card races—classifies as a regular-season contest. As a result, any stats accrued count in fantasy leagues.

Without any long-term ramifications, managers should feel no loyalty to anyone. Don’t like a decent pitcher’s matchup? Dump him for someone scheduled to tussle against a lesser adversary. 

Unsure about someone such as Alex Bregman, who has missed a few days but isn’t ruled out for the season yet? Don’t hold out hope for two games. Go get someone who will play six or seven.

Heading into the final week, the last batch of waiver-wire recommendations will focus heavily on matchup plays. That makes pitchers a larger focus.

It’s also important for gamers to know their circumstances. Which categories still contain potential for mobility? Is there an innings limit, and if so, how many frames remain before reaching it? 

For the final time this season, here’s a look at the top adds available in over half of Yahoo Sports leagues. 

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