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Fantasy Baseball Two-Start Pitchers Week 26

Posted by on Sep 21, 2008 in Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

Quality starting pitching is essential to winning in fantasy baseball, especially in playoff time. The time has come to consider adding a starting pitcher who will make two starts in Week 26. Instead of naming two sleepers to keep an eye on during the final week of the season, we’re going to list every starting pitcher you should keep through the end of the 2008 fantasy baseball season because they make two-starts. If you consult our list of fantasy baseball playoff tips, you’ll notice we told you to make sure you know the dates of the final starts of the season of your starting pitchers. That way, you know when to cut them and add a pitcher in their place. Head to head championship matchups require owners to accumulate as many statistics as possible. It is important to know...

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Fantasy Baseball Two-Start Pitchers Week 25

Posted by on Sep 14, 2008 in Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

Quality starting pitching is essential to winning in fantasy baseball, especially in playoff time. The time has come to consider adding a starting pitcher who will make two starts in Week 24. Pitchers who make two starts generally keep a lower ERA and bring in more strikeouts over the course of a weekly head-to-head matchup. Due to the prospect of picking up twice as many stats for the cost of one add/drop to your roster, two start pitchers take on even greater importance at this time of year. Make sure you’re keeping tabs on the length of your championship round. In standard CBSSports leagues, this week is the final week. Some leagues with head-to-head matchups have championship rounds that go as long as two weeks (Yahoo!). C.C. Sabathia of the Milwaukee Brewers, who is 15-8 with a 2.81 ERA,...

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Fantasy Baseball Two-Start Pitchers Week 24

Posted by on Sep 7, 2008 in Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 1 comment

Quality starting pitching is essential to winning in fantasy baseball, especially in playoff time. The time has come to consider adding a starting pitcher who will make two starts in Week 24. Pitchers who make two starts generally keep a lower ERA and bring in more strikeouts over the course of a weekly head-to-head matchup. Due to the prospect of picking up twice as many stats for the cost of one add/drop to your roster, two start pitchers take on even greater importance at this time of year. Daisuke Matsuzaka of the Boston Red Sox, who is 16-2 with a 2.88 ERA, 131 strikeouts, and a 1.33 WHIP in 146.7 innings, tops our list of two-start fantasy baseball pitchers in Week 24. He takes the mound Tuesday versus the Tampa Bay Rays and Scott Kazmir, then Sunday versus the...

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Fantasy Baseball Two-Start Pitchers Week 22

Posted by on Aug 24, 2008 in Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

Quality starting pitching is essential to winning in fantasy baseball. If you have a pitcher that hasn’t been carrying their weight, consider adding a starting pitcher who will make two starts in Week 22. If the pitcher you consider isn’t at the top of the rankings, there’s often a chance he’ll throw at least one good game out of the two he is probable to start. Worst case, a pitcher with two starts will generally keep a lower ERA and bring in more strikeouts, which could save owners in weekly head-to-head matchups. Dan Haren of the Arizona Diamondbacks, an FBD All-Star who is 14-6 with a 3.12 ERA, 160 strikeouts, and a 1.06 WHIP in 173 innings, tops our list of two-start fantasy baseball pitchers in Week 22. He takes the mound Monday versus San Diego and Jake Peavy,...

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Fantasy Baseball Two-Start Pitchers Week 21

Posted by on Aug 16, 2008 in Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

Quality starting pitching is essential to winning in fantasy baseball. If you have a pitcher that hasn’t been carrying their weight, consider adding a starting pitcher who will make two starts in Week 21. If the pitcher you consider isn’t at the top of the rankings, there’s often a chance he’ll throw at least one good game out of the two he is probable to start. Worst case, a pitcher with two starts will generally keep a lower ERA and bring in more strikeouts, which could save owners in weekly head-to-head matchups. C.C. Sabathia of the Milwaukee Brewers, a two-time winner of FBD Pitcher of the Week who is 13-8 with a 3.04 ERA, 183 strikeouts, and a 1.14 WHIP in 186.3 innings, tops our list of two-start fantasy baseball pitchers in Week 20. He takes the mound Monday...

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