By Michael Beller
July 26, 2013
Alexi Ogando's injury struggles mean the Texas hurler is more widely available than he should be.
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• Finally, Charlie Morton has been decent in his last two outings, picking up quality starts against the Mets and Nationals. In the two starts combined, he has allowed five runs in 13.2 innings, striking out nine and walking two. Perhaps most importantly, he gets the Marlins on Saturday. If you're streaming a pitcher with an eye on catching up in the wins category, Morton is as good a bet as you'll find.

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