Who’s getting two starts in real life, and who should you start twice in your fantasy league? Stephen Strasburg and Yu Darvish, for sure…
There’s another Zack G. in the D-backs rotation, and while he’s not an ace like Zack Greinke his teammate, Zack Godley has been quite a welcome addition.
It’s a bitch (girl) how little you can rely on Rich Hill to pitch (girl).
Corey Kluber is described as robot-like for several reasons, including his dependability. So start him twice. The same goes for Clayton Kershaw and Jon Lester.
With Josh Reddick ailing, the Astros turn to their farm system for reinforcements.
No one can ever really fill a Bartolo-sized hole, but Newcomb will try, at least for a spot start.
Stephen Strasburg is the lone auto-starter of the week, but no one else should get any such vote of confidence. Be careful out there.
He’s struggled as a starter in Triple-A but has a potent 1-2 punch.
Carlos Martinez, Max Scherzer, Chris Archer and Justin Verlander (yes, even him)â€”your table is ready.
Would you look at thatâ€”Buster Posey still ranks as No. 1. And even though he’s not a five-star performer, Francisco Cervelli still has value.
It’s a rough week in the NL, where no one with two scheduled outings is worthy of automatic, fore-sure, consecutive starts. Carlos Carrasco and Chris Sale, conversely, are ready to pitch two.
In the NL, Gerrit Cole gets the band back together, and Jon Lester remains steady if less spectacular than the 2016 version. In the junior circuit, Carlos Carrasco and Dallas Keuchel are must-plays.
It’s Happening! The Cubs have called up their top prospect, infielder Ian Happ, to the big-league club. What should we expect?