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.
It is now nearing the middle of the fantasy season, and we've got a boatload of options this week. Unfortunately for the readers of this series of articles, I am away in the northern woods of Wisconsin with limited internet connections available, and will therefore be limiting my analysis of the options to essentially a list in order of preference for each day. Back to the regular series of posts next week.
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.
I am running out of time today, so all you get right now is a list of pitchers for Saturday and Sunday. I do have time to discuss the Friday options, so read on.
Middle of June, and another Flag Day past. Loads of two start options this upcoming week, so let's just get to the analysis.
Plenty of options in Week 11, if you are stumped as to how you are going to attempt to catch up in pitching categories. There are, as always, some poor match ups, but if you are desperate, we are here to assist.
Not much in the way of top tier starting pitchers this upcoming week. Plus, some surprises in the bottom tier, or maybe not so surprising given their recent performances.
Heading into the weekend, we have quite a few streaming options. Not all are worthy of consideration, depending on where the game is taking place or the opponent. The 20 starting pitchers listed below represent my best bets this week.
Just a handful of top tier starters this week, and I am not too excited about those guys that make up tier two. Looking to be a long week of hoping and praying for those of us in Head to Head leagues.
I really cannot believe how little owned Rick Porcello is this far into the season. Have fantasy players not been watching as his K rate has dramatically risen, and he pitches gem after gem? Remember, all the starting pitchers listed below are owned in les than 50% of leagues, thus are frequently available for streaming purposes.