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: Geovany Soto (6.4 percent owned) came off the DL last week after a month-long absence, and projects to get the majority of starts behind the plate for the Cubs moving forward. It's hard to like Soto's up-and-down batting averages - .285-.218-.280-.228 from 2008-11 - but he's averaged 17 homers over those seasons. You know the old saying: Free-agent catcher beggars can't be choosers.
Deep Leagues: I think it's time to stash Ryan Lavarnway (0.3 percent owned), who's swinging a hot bat at Triple-A Pawtucket (.308 BA, seven homers, .883 OPS). The Red Sox have a catcher logjam with Jarrod Saltalamacc...