Paul thought these players might break out with regular playing time; how did they do?
A look at the A’s third baseman’s 2014 campaign and what the future holds for him.
The Indians lefty has been remarkably consistent of late, so he’s in Paul’s recommended pitching lineup for today.
Three of Paul’s four recommended hitters will play at the mile-high yard tonight.
Peavy is joined by a boom-or-bust Toronto starter, the quietly excellent Neil Walker, Victor Martinez against a lousy pitcher, and others.
With Allen Webster going for the Red Sox and Nate Karns starting for the Rays, Paul stocks up on Royals and Jays.
Paul keeps going back to the well for more points from the Angels outfielder in a favorable matchup with Colby Lewis.
Angels righty Matt Shoemaker has been outstanding for more than two months, earning him a spot on Paul’s pitcher list for today.
Paul likes Jose Abreu and Adam Eaton to take care of Twins lefty Tommy Milone, so they earn spots in his recommended lineup.
For pitching, that is, and that’s why both starters in today’s Brewers-Padres matchup make Paul’s recommended lineup.
John Sterling might use that call tonight, with homer-prone John Danks pitching at Yankee Stadium, so Prado is in Paul’s recommended lineup.
Paul doesn’t trust Mike Fiers at the Rogers Centre, so the Jays outfielder earns a spot in his recommended lineup.
Paul turns to breakout stud Tyson Ross and returns to old favorite Kole Calhoun.
Paul finds a buyer’s market for pitching bargains. So many bargains he has money left to splurge on Mike Trout.
Brandon Moss’ price has come down due to a recent rough spell, enough for Paul to overlook the skid and play him this weekend.
Coors Field hitters, of course’and today, that means Nolan Arenado and Drew Stubbs.