Injury bug got you down? That overpriced outfielder (Soriano) not holding up his end of the bargain? That late draft pickup (Foulke) land back on the DL? Hate seeing the dreaded DTD letters next to your starters name? Hate having to try to play Carnac, wildly guessing whether to sit, bench, or drop a guy?

Here's a quick list of guys you can pick up to keep your fantasy team's head above water until the early season bumps, bruises, pulls, aches, and pains fade away:

1. Santiago Casilla, RP (Oakland). With Keith Foulke spending some time on the DL, the A's found a stop-gap solution to bridge to their closer. Casilla's numbers (to date) are the following:

13 IP, 18 Ks, 0.00 ERA, 7 Holds, and a WHIP of 0.83.

And here's the kicker, only 10% of all ESPN Fantasy Leagues own him. So he's probably yours for the taking.

2. Yunieski Bentancourt, SS (Seatle). Owned by only 8% of all ESPN Fantasy Leagues, is batting .298 with only one home run. He also has zero steals, which should be his strong suit. Yuni is hovering around the .300 mark, and once he gets going, he'll steal his fare share of bases. Might be a good fill in for those Jimmy Rollins owners looking for a quick plug.

3. Chad Gaudin, SP (Oakland). Flying under the radar at a low 21% ownership rate, Gaudin's numbers are gaudy. He's only given up two runs in the last twenty innings pitched, has an overall WHIP of 1.10, and has won his last three starts. Coupled with the fact that he's pitching roughly half his starts in a pitcher cozy ballpark, Gaudin is a steal right now.

4. Jeff Mathis, C (LAA) For all you Jorge Posada Fantasy Owners looking for a replacement, stay away from Jose Molina. Sure he'll get at bats, but not quality at bats like you'd be getting from Jeff Mathis. Before sitting out a few games due to the flu, Mathis was batting .325 with three home runs, ten runs scored, and even has a stolen base. Add a low ownership rating of 1.9%, and you've got a pretty decent option to fill in for (not replace) Posada.