For those of you in leagues where SP and RP are rostered positions, the below list includes all SP/RP eligible pitchers (defined as 5+ Games Started and 5+ Relief Appearances in 2014).

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# Name GS Relief App 2014 ERA 2014 WHIP 2014 K/9
Josh Collmenter 28 5 3.46 1.13 5.8
Hector Noesi 27 6 4.75 1.37 6.4
Tim Lincecum 26 7 4.74 1.39 7.7
Danny Duffy 25 6 2.53 1.11 6.8
Nick Martinez 24 5 4.55 1.46 4.9
Hector Santiago 24 6 3.75 1.36 7.6
Alex Wood 24 11 2.78 1.14 8.9
Jesse Chavez 21 11 3.45 1.31 8.4
Matt Shoemaker 20 7 3.04 1.07 8.2
Marcus Stroman 20 6 3.65 1.17 7.6
Scott Carroll 19 7 4.80 1.49 4.5
Marco Estrada 18 21 4.36 1.20 7.6
Jacob Turner 18 10 6.13 1.60 5.7
Trevor Cahill 17 15 5.61 1.61 8.5
David Phelps 17 15 4.38 1.43 7.3
Brad Hand 16 16 4.38 1.36 5.4
Josh Tomlin 16 9 4.76 1.29 8.1
Zach McAllister 15 7 5.23 1.44 7.7
Carlos Carrasco 14 26 2.55 0.99 9.4
Felix Doubront 14 7 5.54 1.56 5.8
Juan Nicasio 14 19 5.38 1.47 6.1
Yusmeiro Petit 12 27 3.69 1.02 10.2
Chase Whitley 12 12 5.23 1.48 7.1
Andre Rienzo 11 7 6.82 1.78 7.1
Brandon Cumpton 10 6 4.89 1.43 5.9
Drew Pomeranz 10 10 2.35 1.12 8.3
Daisuke Matsuzaka 9 25 3.89 1.35 8.4
Dustin McGowan 8 45 4.17 1.38 6.7
Dan Straily 8 6 6.75 1.48 8.1
Carlos Martinez 7 50 4.03 1.41 8.5
Carlos Martinez 7 50 4.03 1.41 8.5
Brandon Maurer 7 31 4.65 1.33 7.1
Jenrry Mejia 7 56 3.65 1.48 9.4
Cesar Ramos 7 36 3.70 1.35 7.2
Blake Treinen 7 8 2.49 1.38 5.3
David Hale 6 39 3.30 1.47 4.5
Brandon Morrow 6 7 5.67 1.65 8.1
Cory Rasmus 6 24 2.57 1.05 9.2
Anthony DeSclafani 5 8 6.27 1.36 7.1
Marco Gonzales 5 5 4.15 1.53 8.0

 

  1. Clint says:
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    Great to hear from you again Rudy! Feels like it’s been forever since I’ve been able to be confused by one of your above-my-simpleton’s-head-articles :) Can’t wait to see when the rest of the Razzball band including JB, Guru, etc. arrive for MLB 2015 along with the podcasts!

    Wow. Didn’t realize Petit was such a beast on K/9 in 2014. It’ll be interesting to see RB’s favorite guys on this list.

    • @Clint: Thanks Clint. Hope to blow your mind this pre-season with some stuff – but in the good way (that’s really helpful/awesome) vs. WTF was that?

  2. KB says:
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    Looks like there are a lot of good ones if you want to start a SP in your RP spot. Not so much if you want to start a RP in your SP spot for hold potential (Carlos Martinez about it).

    • The Thumb says:
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      @KB: Jenrry and Maurer are intriguing

      • KB says:
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        @The Thumb: Good call.

        • The Harrow says:
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          @KB: last year for saves in espn only guys applicable for what you are saying were mejia and britton

          • The Harrow says:
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            @The Harrow: and last year anyway, mcgowan also got holds, and did well for a while.

  3. Shaggy says:
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    Drew Pomeranz is an under the radar guy if ever I saw one.

  4. Matt says:
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    Other than Stroman, which 2015 SP/RP pitchers can you see breaking out like Richards and Smyly did last year?

  5. Cole says:
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    Hey Rudy, are they’re any firm plans to do nfbc leagues this season?

    • not firm yet. have to reach out to them. thanks for the reminder.

  6. The Harrow says:
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    not that this is problematic, but carmart listed twice, good for him, his PR agent would be very happy.

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