I am posting this article from far north in Minnesota, where I am amazed I have an internet connection. Spent the day fishing in Canada, and now relaxing at the lodge. Sorry if I cannot provide more detail to my tiers, but my time is short to post today. Expect more detailed commentary next week.
Week 7 is shaping up as a very good week to plug in some tier two starters in your lineups. I am even willing to start some of the bottom dwellers in the second tier, just because I believe in their potential to bounce back from some shaky recent work. Which ones? Read on to find out.
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.
Here we are, in the final week of the fantasy baseball season, and this is my final 2 Start Pitcher article of the 2012 season. If you are in it to win it, then some of these middle tier guys may just help push you over the edge to fantasy victory. Avoid the guys in the final tier unless you are extremely desperate, and even then, I can't suggest you go there in good faith.
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.
Now things begin to heat up, as the season rolls into June. Not a ton of options in the top tier this week, but plenty to choose from in the second level. What say I set forth some insightful commentary about your week 9 options?
With the end of the first month of baseball getting set to wind up in the next few days, it is a good time to reevaluate our rosters, and as this blog is about starting pitching, I want to encourage you to cut the dead wood now. Those pitchers in the bottom chart are not worth a roster spot at this point in the season, and if you continue to start them, dire consequences will ensue. So long as your league allows it, I suggest the use of a disciplined cut and add philosophy. Now, with that in mind, who do I like this week? Read on, my droogies.