We’ve got struggling hitters who should rebound. We’ve got guys who are suddenly turning cold. There’s a former slugger in here that is no longer slugging. On the pitching side, we’ve got vets who are pitching well and those who aren’t getting it done. We’ve also got reports on guys like Walker, Paddack and Castillo.
It’s all about pitching in this one and the fantasy baseball implications of recent efforts on the mound. Not gonna sugarcoat it. Not going try to entice you with some fancy talk. We’re just getting down to it. Pitching. Words. Adbert Alzolay has been sent to the alternative site after a rough start to the
A potentially spashy young hitter and a whole bunch of arms… Fraley is up with the Mariners. What should you be expecting? The rest, is all pitchers. Strasburg is rolling, but Nola is pitching better. Matz has done well, for a while now. May might be starting or relieving. We just don’t know. Quantrill is
Fantasy baseball is all about starting pitching arms… Who is going well on the hill? Who is struggling? Who should you be looking to add? Who should you leave on waivers? Ray Flowers breaks down the following arms and tries to answer those questions for you: Berrios, Canning, Eflin, Eovaldi, Foltynewicz, Kikuchi, Lester, Lyles, Quintana, Richards,
It’s all about healthy starting pitchers in fantasy baseball. In this entry, we will talk about Arrieta and Taillon and the sad news. Ray Flowers will discuss the strikeout dominance of Sale. What is wrong with Trevor Williams? Sabathia is back. Should you care? Joe Ross is crushing it for the Nationals. Quintana is doing