This week there are fewer two start pitching options than we've seen over the past several scoring periods. Where this hurts is in the middle tier, since we still have a bushelful of top tier guys to roster, including a couple of new comers to the rarefied air in Tier One.
Rolling into week 6, and we now beginning to see some real patterns developing. Makes the three tiers below more fun to put together, if also more challenging.
Moving into Week 3, and it is high time we started to explore the 2 Start options in fantasy baseball. For those of you Head to Head leagues, these are important considerations when you plan how to take on your opponents week by week, but it is something to consider even in roto or points leagues, as a SP that can provide a double dose of stats is always valuable.
For those of you still fighting for a championship, the good news is that the pitching options for this upcoming week are quite appealing. The other good news is that I don't have any bad news to report. So, let's see who you should be snapping up off the wire to push you over the edge to fantasy glory.
As the season rolls though August, it's time to prepare for the stretch run if you are in contention for your league title. Pick up as many fantasy points as you can now, and position your team for the final showdown. With that in mind, let's take a look at those two start pitching options that can help you out this week.
Coming to you from the lovely Keweenaw Peninsula area of northern Michigan (aka the UP), here is this Saturday's installment of Two Start Pitchers for Week 18. Since I am on something of a deadline, having to wrap this up before brunch and then an afternoon wedding, let's just get to it.
It's getting dicey out there in fantasy baseball land, with Doc Halladay and Jered Weaver going DL. Still, plenty of decent options for the savvy owner. Let's take a look at what this coming week has to offer, shall we?
Back at ya again with next week's two start options in the world of fantasy baseball. Week 7 rolls out a healthy number of choices to help your team succeed, and move up in the standings.
As we wind up the first month of the season, Things are starting to get a bit less muddied with regard to which Starting Pitchers you want to target week in, week out. Obviously we are not going to have all the best SPs on our rosters for two start purposes, but if you have one or two from the top chart, you should feel pretty darned good about your team's chances to succeed this week. It's the second tier that provides the best value, however, and I will spend the most time on those hurlers this installment. The final chart is not too large, but be very wary of starting any of those guys.