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  1. I play in a 10 team H2H points league: Soroka pitches at the Nats this week. His points vs the Nats this year so far: 2.5 14.5 -3 4 (exited this game early due to hit by pitch) Manea vs Rangers this week. He's thrown the ball pretty well both in PCL, and in his two starts back. Rangers ranked 19th in batting average. Part of me says not to get cute this time of year, and play Soroka. But, I'm playing by far the best Tanaka feels like such a crapshoot this year but Jays are worst hitting team in the league, and vs Blue Jays this year, Tanaka has: 27 points 21 -3
  2. I dropped him in my 10 team H2H. Not sure how deep your league is but, considering what he's done for this year, I was ok with dropping him and streaming Brett Gardner, who has 7 games, and against (at least on paper) worse pitching staffs.
  3. I feel like this is a bit harsh. I owned him in a pretty standard H2H points league. He scored 15+ points ten times this year, and had a point total in the neighborhood of Odirizzi, Wheeler and Max Fried. I guess it depends on the format.
  4. doubtful.... unless he comes up and give you a giolito-esque two month stretch.
  5. per cbs, looks like a 2 start week, both at home, next week vs the brewers and cubs. i'm a little hesitant but, my other option is a 1 start jon gray on the road vs the d-backs so, i might roll the dice on JM. then again, just looked at his splits. he's actually slightly worse at home vs on the road (opponents BA .269 vs .228). almost identical innings pitched for home and away so, seems like legit numbers.
  6. i don't see how you can trust starting him at all right now. i've got him buried deep on my bench. i play in a 10 team h2h. for whatever reason, i'm giving him a lot of leeway. still holding on to the hope that he will turn it around in the next couple of weeks.
  7. +1 tonight is a perfect example. quality start. 6 innings. 5 k's. no decision. i guess the caveat is that i play in a points league where a guy like ST will score double digit points for a performance like this. In points leagues I feel he is a must own. If he was in another division, maybe I wouldn't be so "bullish" on him (pun intended? lol). But, as oswald alluded to, in the AL central, he is a decent/good option streaming option on weeks when he pitches against a AL central rival.
  8. i'm in a 10 team h2h league. currently in 2nd place. using 5 starting pitchers. i'm being offered rhys hoskins for charlie morton. my other starters are normally: giolito price soroka matthew boyd with my bench pitchers: jon gray frankie montas musgrove tanaka spencer turnbull starting lineup: catcher-mitch garver 1b-muncy 2b-senzel 3b-arenado ss-lindor of- benintendi, conforto, austin meadows util- rendon only reason i'm contemplating is because i feel hoskins (7th in 1b points in my league) will be an upgrade over muncy (13th in 1b scoring in my league) thanks in advance for your time
  9. i think unless you play in a pretty deep league, i wouldn't pick him up. at best, monitor closely, and the second he starts smelling like 2018, pick him up
  10. [...] LG is just in beast mode, and in the AL central, you gotta love his potential for the remainder of the year.
  11. despite that, walker still hitting .260'ish for the year with 8 hr's and 18 rbi. i'm not saying cron doesn't deserve a shot but, walker has probably earned some lee-way considering his april, and overall numbers for the year.
  12. Yeah, I spoke too soon. I was looking online for score updates, and it looked like he was pulled after the 7th. It really looks like it's starting to come together for him.
  13. gotta love that he did exactly that. 7 strong. 3 hits allowed. 6k's.