Pitchers for Thursday

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Pitchers for Thursday

Postby scu316scu316 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 12:06 pm

Derek Holland: so-so start last time against Twins, pitching amazing 3 of last 4 starts, last two home starts were unbelievable.
Joe Blanton: bad start last year against Diamondbacks, pitching well 7 of 9 last starts, pitching well 6 of 8 last home starts.
Brett Cecil: bad start against Red Sox, pitching well 4 of last 5 starts, pitched well 2 of last 3 starts at home.
Ryan Rowland-Smith: has done well 4 of last 5 starts.
Doug Davis: has done well 9 of 11 last starts but facing Phillies.
PGH Postal: 5x5 Rotisserie Yahoo league. No bench. All starters.

C: Miguel Montero, Wilin Rosario (DL replacement for J.P. Arencibia)
1B: Albert Pujols
2B: Ian Kinsler
3B: Kevin Youkilis
SS: Jimmy Rollins
CI: Eric Hosmer
MI: Alexei Ramirez
OF: Ryan Braun, Matt Holliday, Michael Morse, David Murphy (DL replacement for Jose Bautista), Corey Hart
Util: Ian Desmond
SP: Felix Hernandez, Cliff Lee, Adam Wainwright, James Shields, Dan Haren, Josh Johnson, Mike Minor
RP: Joe Nathan, Fernando Rodney

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Re: Pitchers for Thursday

Postby Grey » Wed Aug 19, 2009 12:14 pm

scu316scu316 wrote:Derek Holland: so-so start last time against Twins, pitching amazing 3 of last 4 starts, last two home starts were unbelievable.
Joe Blanton: bad start last year against Diamondbacks, pitching well 7 of 9 last starts, pitching well 6 of 8 last home starts.
Brett Cecil: bad start against Red Sox, pitching well 4 of last 5 starts, pitched well 2 of last 3 starts at home.
Ryan Rowland-Smith: has done well 4 of last 5 starts.
Doug Davis: has done well 9 of 11 last starts but facing Phillies.


I'd start only Blanton.
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