Pitch or Ditch for Tuesday, May 3

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Steven Wright


Verlander @ Tomlin

Arrieta @ Niese

Severino @ Tillman – Severino a borderline call. Tillman pitching well of late and Yankees offense has been inconsistent this year.

M. Perez @ Estrada – Perez has been decent but this matchup is too tough.

Corbin @ Nicolino – Great opportunity for Corbin to bounce back.

Wisler @ Harvey

Kazmir @ Moore – Interesting matchup between former and present Tampa Bay stud lefties.

Samardzija @ Lamb – Keep an eye on Lamb though.

S. Wright @ Quintana – Wright 2 ER or fewer in each of his first four starts this season and White Sox rank last in Majors in runs scored at home.

Tropeano @ Guerra – Hitters beginning to have more success versus Tropeano. I’ll pass.

Meyer @ McHugh – Sticking with McHugh for now.

Nola @ Wacha

Roark @ Young – Tough matchup for Roark but equally tough to bench him right now.

Iwakuma @ S. Gray

Butler @ Cashner – Cashner more of a deep league option in this far from ideal matchup.

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Hey Zach –

We are getting closer to the return of Aroldis Chapman in NY. I have Andrew Miller along with Zach Britton and Roberto Osuna. Someone actually dropped Santiago Casilla so should I drop Miller to pick him up or stand pat? I know Miller is a fantastic source of K’s plus I believe Girardi will continue to give him save chances on nights Chapman isn’t available. Thoughts?

Rich D.

I’d hold onto Miller but look for a way to add Casilla as well. Maybe drop an SP.


Well since dropped Dee Gordon need a little speed so pick up Maybin?

Depends on who your other options are.

It’s also cutdown day. I have to make these two choices in a 8 team keeper using only HR, RBI, AVG. and SB: 1.) Dyson or Mazzara and 2.)Brantley or Colby Rasmus? Thoughts?

Mazara and Brantley.


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