Mariners’ Fantasy Preview: August 11 – August 17

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Jul 25, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Phillies general manager

Ruben Amaro

, Jr. walks the field while talking on the phone during batting practice before a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citizens Bank Park. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The big day has come and gone.

While July 31 was paramount to Jack Zduriencik, Ruben Amaro, and Billy Beane, for all us wannabe GMs, a day of at least equal importance came on Friday, when all ESPN standard fantasy leagues reached the Trade Deadline.

Hopefully, those of you still in contention managed to snag a couple key additions to make a final push before the playoffs start in a couple of weeks. But if you didn’t, the only option left is the free agent pool.

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If you play in a 10 team league, marginal upgrades should still be readily available (for example, in one of my leagues Rajai Davis and Mark Teixeira are still unclaimed).

But if you play in a larger league, or if those guys just don’t catch your fancy, who on the periphery is worth a quick add, and who won’t lead you to September triumph?

Let’s take a look, focusing on the Mariners and their two opponents for the week ahead: Toronto and Detroit.

*Note: All OWN% and player point totals are based on standard league data.