After almost two months since Opening Day, the 2010 season is starting to show signs of normalcy. Players who were drafted early are starting to show their worth, players who started hot are showing why they were drafted late, and key players are trickling their way back from the DL. That being said, your team should be all set, barring any injuries that may occur. So with a solid lineup and bench, whom should you start this week?
Let's go ahead and dive into the planner to get those questions answered.
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, instead of these unfulfilling options:
Did you choose to punt saves during your draft? Were you one of the unlucky owners that have seen their closer struggle, hit the DL, or lose their job? If that is the case and there are no closers on the wire, here are a few options (owned in less than 20 percent of Yahoo! leagues) that will more than likely not net you any saves, but they can help you in other categories.