This upcoming week features quite a bushel full of worthy two start pitchers. Let's not dawdle, there is much to discuss.
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).
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.
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.
An early word of caution: I am on vacation, hitting 5 stadiums from Pittsburgh (last night) to Baltimore in 10 days. Thus, my usual Insightful (?) commentary will be limited at this point, until I reach a point on the trek with better wifi and the time to write.
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.