Fantasy Baseball Week 13 Top Two Start Pitchers
This article looks at some two-start pitchers for the upcoming week that you should consider for your Fantasy Baseball team.
Domingo German– SP/RP New York Yankees
Starts: vs. Seattle, at Tampa Bay
Don’t let his 5.23 ERA fool you. Domingo German is developing into a solid starting pitcher. Other than a few bad starts against the Rangers and the Athletics, German has delivered a number of solid outings for the Yankees, including holding the Cleveland Indians hitless through six innings in his first career start. While the Mariners are one of the best teams in baseball, the Yankees lead the league in runs scored at home, so he should get a lot of support. German should have a much easier time against the Rays, who are near the bottom of the league in runs scored at home.
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Mike Clevinger– SP Cleveland Indians
Starts: vs. Chicago White Sox, vs. Detroit
With Corey Kluber and Trevor Bauer having great seasons, Mike Clevinger has become one of the most underrated pitchers in Fantasy Baseball this season. Through 14 starts, he has posted a 5-2 record with a 3.15 ERA. Both the Tigers and the White Sox are rebuilding teams, so Clevinger shouldn’t have too many problems with either lineup. Also, the Tigers are last in MLB in runs scored on the road, and the White Sox strike out the fourth most in MLB.
Dylan Covey– SP/RP Chicago White Sox
Starts: at Cleveland, vs. Oakland
One of the few bright spots for the struggling White Sox this season has been Dylan Covey. Covey has gotten off to a masterful start, going 3-1 with a 2.29 ERA through six starts. Not only has Covey been excellent, he has been excellent against great offensive teams, including wins against Boston, Cleveland, and a no-decision against Milwaukee. Clearly, he has proven that he can pitch well against anyone. He will get another crack at Cleveland on Monday, and then he’ll go against Oakland over the weekend.
Tyler Anderson– SP Colorado Rockies
Starts: vs. New York Mets, vs. Miami
While he may be pitching at Coors Field, where having a six run lead feels like having only a one run lead, Tyler Anderson is definitely someone to consider for this week. For one thing, he will more than likely get a lot of run support from his offense. Furthermore, both the Mets and Marlins are near the bottom of MLB in runs, batting average, and home runs. The Mets have reached new levels of offensive misery, as they have gone 2-12 in their last 14 games and went 11 straight games of scoring three runs or fewer before Saturday’s win over Arizona.
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