I wouldn't be too quick to dismiss a players' 'performance history' because although it's not 'the gospel', but if read and interpreted correctly, it can tell you a lot about the production you might reasonably a particular player. And btw...I don't know what your pitching staff looks like, but from what I've gleaned from the above comments, I would imagine its not really conducive to success at Coors. But if you feel the need to use the waiver wire, I would concentrate on upgrading your pitching with a focus on low .OAV# and HR suppression stats such as the hr/9+ stat (the higher the better). For example, I currently have a Coors team which is doing ok (83-60) and the starting pitchers have only given up 22 HRs combined. So again, try to upgrade your staff with pitchers who won't give up bunches of HRs because Hrs will kill you at Coors Field. I wouldn't worry too much about the walks, because in your park, you'd rather give up a couple of walks than hits - ANYKIND of hits.