Week 19 delivers a nice batch of two start pitchers, both in the top tier and the middle tier.
I am back in Detroit, and out of the Northern woods of Minnesota and Canada. Caught enough fish to last me for the rest of the year, and now I'm ready to return to posting on the Fantasy Alarm site. Here are this upcoming week's two start pitchers for your consideration.
Middle of June, and another Flag Day past. Loads of two start options this upcoming week, so let's just get to the analysis.
Bit of a shake up in the top two tiers this week. I base this on recent performances, looking for tendencies in production, as well as match ups and where the game is being played.
Week 5 and rotations are sorted out. We now can start to make some real solid predictions about our two start options, with the weather hopefully settling down (no more snow postponements, I beg of you Mother Nature).
I apologize for the lateness of this post, but I've been immersed all weekend in Fantasy Football drafts, and it won't get any better until late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning when we wrap up our Fantasy Alarm staff auction draft. Next week's article will be more timely, I promise. And because of my schedule, not much time to provide in depth analysis this week either.
Before we get to the 2 Start Options for this upcoming scoring period, a moment of silence for my loss...of BFBC, TT edition. Should have known Colon's production was too good to be natural, but losing him for the rest of the season truly hurts. Been scrambling all week to find a suitable replacement, some of whom are in the second tier below. Anythehoo, let's get to it.
The final Saturday of my vacation, and thus, the last of these shortened posts about two start options. Must admit, I am jealous of the Orioles fans, getting to watch their home games in Camden Yards, one of the greatest ballparks it has been my pleasure to enter this past week. Comerica is nice, but this is how a ballpark should be built.
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?
Week 6 already? How are all your teams doing? Need to pick it up in terms of starting pitching? You've come to the right place. Here are your weekly two start pitching options with my insightful commentary to guide your roster decisions. Remember, all 2 start opportunities are subject to weather, injury and screwy managerial decisions.