Let me preface what I am about to write by stating that I am by no means a doctor, nor do I claim to be one. That said, why can't these professional team doctors make the right decision on a player's health? After long stints on the DL,
Why is this relevant? A few players below are either on your bench or on the waiver wire and will help you fill those holes left by players that hit the DL or are headed that way.
You have all heard the saying, "two is better than one," right? There could not have been a truer statement spoken as the two-start pitchers below are excellent options and are must-starts this week.
The following pitchers are decent options, and while you should get a solid game out of them, there is a chance they could burn you during one of their outings.
* Note: The pitcher has the best chance at a win against the team in bold
Disregard what I said earlier about "two is better than one," in this case, erase that quote from your brain-housing group for the moment. You would be better off with one solid pitcher, than these unfulfilling options:
Do you find yourself waiting for a particular player to perform as expected, but growing tired of his poor performance? If you can't allow yourself to drop him, stash him on your bench and pick up one of these widely available players (owned in less than 20 percent of Yahoo! leagues) who are performing well and will be a nice fill-in until that player returns to form.
* All stats are current as of 05/27