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2014 Projected SP Schedules

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Anyone know the starting pitchers schedule besides the obvious like Kershaw , Verlander, Sale etc??

Looking for pitching rotations if anyone has it. This is helpful for weekly lineup league which is locked after 1st game on early Sat.

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Would also be helpful to hear which teams won't be using a number 5 starter for several weeks.

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Would also be helpful to hear which teams won't be using a number 5 starter for several weeks.

You mean teams actually use just four starters? Does that happen?

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Would also be helpful to hear which teams won't be using a number 5 starter for several weeks.

You mean teams actually use just four starters? Does that happen?

Of course with off days and all that. I've read Salazar may miss the first week

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I'm not sure most teams will announce this info before Saturday though. A lot of teams are still evaluating & having competition for pitching spots.

Might be a week to go with established #1-#3 rotation guys & pass on the #4 & #5's if you can.

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Anyone know the starting pitchers schedule besides the obvious like Kershaw , Verlander, Sale etc??

Looking for pitching rotations if anyone has it. This is helpful for weekly lineup league which is locked after 1st game on early Sat.

Nice Avi....

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so what's the most reliable place for projecting starters for weekly leagues? let's hear em.

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so what's the most reliable place for projecting starters for weekly leagues? let's hear em.

ESPN Forcaster

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Anyone know the starting pitchers schedule besides the obvious like Kershaw , Verlander, Sale etc??

Looking for pitching rotations if anyone has it. This is helpful for weekly lineup league which is locked after 1st game on early Sat.

What stat site are you using? Many of them have projections for the week. MLB site usually has a 3-day schedule with projected starters.

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tried googling that. ended up navigating here, which should be the same thing i suppose:

http://espn.go.com/mlb/schedule

I believe this is what OP was referencing: http://espn.go.com/fantasy/baseball/story/_/page/mlbforecaster140321/start-sit-advice-two-start-pitchers-rankings-week-1-2014-fantasy-baseball-season

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Looking for 2 start pitchers for the coming week please

Why so lazy?

Go take a look at mlb.com ... they have projected pitching schedules.

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With some weekly leagues locking rosters tomorrow in spite of the ASB (scowling at you ESPN), has anyone seen teams that have announced their post-ASB rotational alignments?

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Dodgers set post-break rotation

The Dodgers announced the scheduled rotation plans Saturday once the All-Star break has completed, with Dan Haren in line to start Friday. Haren will be followed by Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-Jin Ryu.

Astros set second-half rotation

The Astros have set their rotation following the All-Star break, at least through the first two series.

Manager Bo Porter announced that Scott Feldman, Dallas Keuchel and Jarred Cosart will open the second half in a weekend series against the White Sox, and will be followed by Collin McHugh and Brad Peacock to open a series in Oakland beginning Tuesday.

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2014 Post All-Star Break Projected Pitching Rotations

Arizona Diamondbacks

Atlanta Braves

Baltimore Orioles

Boston Red Sox -- C. Buchholz, R. De La Rosa, J. Lester, J. Lackey, J. Peavy

Chicago Cubs

Chicago White Sox -- J. Quintana

Cinncinnati Reds

Cleveland Indians -- T. Bauer, C. Kluber

Colorado Rockies -- J. De La Rosa, B. Anderson, T. Matzek, F. Morales, Eddie Butler

Detroit Tigers -- A. Sanchez, M. Scherzer, D. Smyly, J. Verlander, R. Porcello

Houston Astros -- S. Feldman, D. Keuchel, J. Cosart, C. McHugh, B. Peacock

Kansas City Royals

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Los Angeles Dodgers -- D. Haren, Z. Greinke, C. Kershaw, H. Ryu, J. Beckett

Miami Marlins

Milwaukee Brewers

Minnesota Twins -- K. Gibson, K. Correia, P. Hughes

New York Mets -- B. Colon, D. Gee, Z. Wheeler

New York Yankees

Oakland Athletics

Philadelphia Phillies -- A. Burnett, C. Hamels, K. Kendrick, C. Lee

Pittsburgh Pirates -- F. Liriano, C. Morton, J. Locke, E. Volquez, V. Worley

San Diego Padres

San Francisco Giants

Seattle Mariners -- H. Iwakuma, F. Hernandez, C. Young, R. Elias, T. Walker

St. Louis Cardinals

Tampa Bay Rays

Texas Rangers -- Y. Darvish

Toronto Blue Jays

Washington Nationals -- S. Strasburg, G. Gonzalez, D. Fister, J. Zimmermann Maybe

**Check new post for updates**

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#Nats rotation will be Strasburg, Gio, Fister out of the break. Zimmermann will throw a side on Thursday. If he's OK, could start Monday.

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2014 Post All-Star Break Projected Pitching Rotations

Arizona Diamondbacks

Atlanta Braves

Baltimore Orioles

Boston Red Sox -- C. Buchholz, R. De La Rosa, J. Lester, J. Lackey, J. Peavy

Chicago Cubs

Chicago White Sox -- J. Quintana

Cinncinnati Reds

Cleveland Indians -- T. Bauer, C. Kluber

Colorado Rockies -- J. De La Rosa, B. Anderson, T. Matzek, F. Morales, Eddie Butler

Detroit Tigers -- A. Sanchez, M. Scherzer, D. Smyly, J. Verlander, R. Porcello

Houston Astros -- S. Feldman, D. Keuchel, J. Cosart, C. McHugh, B. Peacock

Kansas City Royals

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Los Angeles Dodgers -- D. Haren, Z. Greinke, C. Kershaw, H. Ryu, J. Beckett

Miami Marlins

Milwaukee Brewers

Minnesota Twins -- K. Gibson, K. Correia, P. Hughes

New York Mets -- B. Colon, D. Gee, Z. Wheeler

New York Yankees

Oakland Athletics

Philadelphia Phillies -- A. Burnett, C. Hamels, K. Kendrick, C. Lee

Pittsburgh Pirates -- F. Liriano, C. Morton, J. Locke, E. Volquez, V. Worley

San Diego Padres

San Francisco Giants

Seattle Mariners -- H. Iwakuma, F. Hernandez, C. Young, R. Elias, T. Walker

St. Louis Cardinals

Tampa Bay Rays

Texas Rangers -- Y. Darvish, Colby Lewis, Nick Tepesch

Toronto Blue Jays

Washington Nationals -- S. Strasburg, G. Gonzalez, D. Fister, J. Zimmermann Maybe

**Post will be updated as more information becomes available**

Update: TEXAS

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Oakland

Jeff Samardzija, Jason Hammel, Sonny Gray, Scott Kazmir and Jesse Chavez.

Tampa Bay

Cobb, Price, Archer

San Diego

Kennedy, Ross and Despaigne

Toronto

Dickey, Stroman, Buehrle, Hutchison & Happ

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2014 Post All-Star Break Projected Pitching Rotations

Arizona Diamondbacks -- T. Cahill, W. Miley, J. Collmenter, V. Nuno, C. Anderson

Atlanta Braves -- E. Santana

Baltimore Orioles -- C. Tillman, W. Chen, K. Gausman, B. Norris, M. Gonzalez

Boston Red Sox -- C. Buchholz, R. De La Rosa, J. Lester, J. Lackey, J. Peavy

Chicago Cubs -- E. Jackson, T. Wood, J. Arrieta

Chicago White Sox -- J. Quintana

Cinncinnati Reds

Cleveland Indians -- T. Bauer, C. Kluber/D.Salazar

Colorado Rockies -- J. De La Rosa, B. Anderson, T. Matzek, F. Morales, Eddie Butler

Detroit Tigers -- A. Sanchez, R.Ray/M. Scherzer, D. Smyly, J. Verlander, R. Porcello

Houston Astros -- S. Feldman, D. Keuchel, J. Cosart, C. McHugh, B. Peacock

Kansas City Royals -- J. Shields, D. Duffy, Y. Ventura, J. Guthrie, B. Chen

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim -- J. Weaver, G. Richards, T. Skaggs

Los Angeles Dodgers -- D. Haren, Z. Greinke, C. Kershaw, H. Ryu, J. Beckett

Miami Marlins

Milwaukee Brewers -- K. Lohse, M. Garza, Y. Gallardo

Minnesota Twins -- K. Gibson, K. Correia, P. Hughes

New York Mets -- B. Colon, D. Gee, Z. Wheeler, J. Niese, J. DeGrom

New York Yankees -- D. Phelps, B. McCarthy, H. Kuroda, S. Greene, C. Whitley

Oakland Athletics -- J. Samardzija, J. Hammel, S. Gray, S. Kazmir, J. Chavez

Philadelphia Phillies -- A. Burnett, C. Hamels, K. Kendrick, C. Lee, R. Hernandez

Pittsburgh Pirates -- F. Liriano, C. Morton, J. Locke, E. Volquez, V. Worley

San Diego Padres -- I. Kennedy, T. Ross, O. Despaigne, E. Stults

San Francisco Giants -- M. Bumgarner, T. Hudson, T. Lincecum, R. Vogelsong, M. Cain

Seattle Mariners -- H. Iwakuma, F. Hernandez, C. Young, R. Elias, T. Walker

St. Louis Cardinals

Tampa Bay Rays -- A. Cobb, D. Price, C. Archer

Texas Rangers -- Y. Darvish, C. Lewis, N. Tepesch, M. Mikolas

Toronto Blue Jays -- R. Dickey, M. Stroman, M. Buehrle, D. Hutchison, J. Happ

Washington Nationals -- S. Strasburg, G. Gonzalez, D. Fister, J. Zimmermann Maybe, T. Roark

**Post will be updated as more information becomes available**

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Baltimore Orioles starting rotation after ASB: Tillman, Chen, Gausman, Norris, Gonzalez

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