Pitch or Ditch for Saturday-Monday, July 23-25
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Iwakuma @ Dickey – I’ll pass on Iwakuma here.
Nola @ Glasnow – My confidence in Nola is now restored…mostly. Nice matchup for Glasnow if he does indeed make this start.
Samardzija @ Nova – I still have a hard time trusting Nova.
Tomlin @ Gausman – Tough matchup for Tomlin though.
Jackson @ Scherzer
Ray @ Sampson – Ray a viable option in deeper formats.
Lackey @ Davies
Boyd @ Sale
Weaver @ McHugh
Nolasco @ Price
deGrom @ Fernandez
Maeda @ Leake – Leake is 2-0 with a 1.38 ERA over his last two starts with a whopping 21 K’s across 13 innings.
Hamels @ Ventura
Wisler @ T. Anderson – Anderson sports a solid 3.43 ERA over his first seven big league starts and the Braves rank last in the Majors in runs scored, batting average and OPS.
Smyly @ Graveman – Graveman remains more of a deep-league option.
Cueto @ Eovaldi
LeBlanc @ Happ
Godley @ Finnegan – Finnegan too risky for 12-team mixed league purposes.
Matz @ Urena
Kluber @ Worley
Milone @ Porcello
Velasquez @ Taillon – I’ll take a chance on Taillon.
Friedrich @ TBD (WAS)
Lester @ Guerra – Challenging matchup for Guerra but he’s more than earned it.
An. Sanchez @ Quintana
Lincecum @ Fiers
Griffin @ Volquez
Snell @ Hahn – Snell a strong play here.
Jenkins @ Chatwood – Despite favorable matchup, Chatwood has been too inconsistent lately.
Kazmir @ Lyons
J. De La Rosa @ Gallardo
Rea @ Ar. Sanchez
Verlander @ Pomeranz
Hellickson @ Cosart – Hellickson is 2-0 with a 2.79 ERA in three starts vs. Marlins this season.
C. Martinez @ Syndergaard (PPD)
Shipley @ Ch. Anderson
Mengden @ M. Perez
Arrieta @ M. Gonzalez
Pineda @ Keuchel
Santiago @ Kennedy
DeSclafani @ Peavy