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.
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.
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.
Week 4 arrives, and as the season moves toward the end of the first month, we are beginning to see rotations settle in, allowing us to make some assumptions about Starting Pitchers that have relevance in the fantasy world. As I have the past couple of years, I will be looking at two start options each week, attempting to guide you to victory in your Head to Head leagues, or accumulate stats or points in your various leagues.
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.
Mid way through August now, or at least we will be by the end on the current scoring period. Time to work the wire to pick up as many pitching stats, like Ks and Ws, as humanly possible, or as your league rules allow. Prolly no chance to get any of the top tier guys at this point, but if you have them, start them. As the title to the tier says.
Sorry about the late publication, but the phone company was fixing my land line service yesterday, and managed to shut down all my internet and cable as well. In any case, here are the two pitch options for next week.
I was amazed at how many pitchers I would not want on my team this week. Bad recent outings, lack of consistency, low strike out rates...all reasons to avoid the final tier. Let's take a look at top two tiers, and dissect what there is to like and what you want to avoid.