Welcome to the latest edition of "Free Agent Frenzy," which will try to steer you in the right direction when trying to fill roster spots.
Note: Ownership percentages below are from FOXSports.com leagues. We'll try to stick to the general rule that no player will appear twice in Free Agent Frenzy during a four-week period.
Standard Leagues: A.J. Ellis (23.5 percent owned) isn't a great hitter, but he plays just about every day, possesses an above-average walk rate (which will help him score runs), and won't kill your batting average. If you can't stomach the .220 guys with power that dominate fantasy free-agent catcher lists, Ellis is an interesting alternative.
Deep Leagues: Yan Gomes (0.1 percent owned) projects to share time with Jeff Mathis in Toronto while J.P. Arencibia is out - "two to three days a week," according to manager John Farrell - and could get some time at first base and third base as well. Gomes had 11 homers with a .976 OPS in 65 games at Triple A t...