Hey everybody! There’s so much Covid news going on right now that the Top 100 Starting Pitchers list was changing non-stop. So, without further ado, we whipped up a brand-spanking new, constantly updated Top 100 Starting Pitcher List! Bookmark this page and rest assured that you’re getting the most recent information available while drafting.

Please keep in mind that Covid-related information is covered by HIPAA and teams are dealing with the release of private information in MANY ways. I’ve tried to attach the most recent update to players in the “notes” section, where applicable.

 
  1. Hater Bell

    Grey says:
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    My man! Great list, everywhere!

    • everywhereblair

      everywhereblair says:
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      The format works! I’m super-pumped. Drafters will get daily updates now, as opposed to weekly.

      With draft season in full-swing, things are changing everyday, and players need the most recent news and rankings to stay competitive.

      And now Razzball can take those daily news updates and put them into rankings in real time. How awesome is that?

      Shout out to Rudy for taking the time to make this work.

  2. Jolt In Flow says:
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    I second Grey. Well done, EWB!

    Great format, easy on the eyes, and love the constant updating heading into the season.

    • everywhereblair

      everywhereblair says:
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      Cheers!

  3. Wuhanian Clusterfotch says:
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    Dont see innings limit on Flaherty. Feel they will release the beast.

    • everywhereblair

      everywhereblair says:
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      It would be really sweet if we get a declaration that Flaherty is working without an innings limit. Right now, though, multiple sources are indicating that Cardinals pitchers will start out with a leash on their innings. Given that the W category is the most affected by this aspect, and wins will be at a premium this year, I lowered Flaherty. If you’re feeling bullish, by all means, go for it. Grey has him as the #3 overall starter in terms of skill.

  4. florida jack says:
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    nice job, good info

    • everywhereblair

      everywhereblair says:
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      Thanks Jack!

  5. Powdered Toast Man says:
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    Drafting tomorrow. Really appreciate this-

    • everywhereblair

      everywhereblair says:
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      Happy to help!

  6. Daryl says:
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    Why Eflin in the top 100? Curious how that ranking is justified.

    Why not Jordan Montgomery? Assuming no Stripling because of bullpen concern?

    • everywhereblair

      everywhereblair says:
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      Hey Daryl,

      No worries about Eflin–he’s got back spasms and dropped out of the top 100. Dart throw anyway–higher chance at W than those below him.

      Montgomery projected for 3W, 38 innings, 4+ERA, 1.35+WHIP. Fringe top 100, and with Yankees saying they’re limiting pitches for the first week or two, that’s not a good fantasy option. I’d rather take a dart throw at another pitcher.

      Info says Stripling still on the outside for the job. Even if he wins it, I’d have him as a dart throw–hitters make solid contact against him. I wrote up Stripling in slightly more detail for a Monday post, and I’ll probably do a deeper dive this upcoming week.

      Cheers for the comment!

  7. craig says:
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    The Jays have all but said Nate Pearson will be in the rotation after one week. I’m surprised he didn’t crack the top 100.

    • everywhereblair

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      Thanks for the comment! That news on Pearson has been emerging and as we get more concrete info that he’ll make the rotation, I’m happy to bring him in board. But with the shortened season, even one missed start is enough to knock some pitchers down a tier. I’m not saying to avoid him, but I’m saying other pitchers with confirmed jobs might outperform prospects this year.

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