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).
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.
Another week, another set of two start pitchers to choose from. Many fine options this week, and we're back to in-league as opposed to inter-league play. Don't know how you feel about that part of modern baseball, but you need to adapt, with the move of Houston to the AL next season. Besides, how will St. Louis fans have an opportunity to boo Pujols without inter-league play? Anyhoo, on to the pitching options for this upcoming week.
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.
Opening Day has finally arrived this week. Some would say it arrived when the Athletics and Mariners played those two late March games in Japan, but I am not among those. I suppose that first Wednesday night game in the new Miami stadium qualifies as Mr. Selig's idea of how to imitate the NFL when opening the season, but for my money, Thursday and Friday opened the 2012 baseball season, if not the fantasy season. Anyhoo, it's time begin planning our lineups, and thus, here is the first Two Start Pitching column of the 2012 fantasy season.