Category Archive: Starting Pitcher Scout

Fantasy baseball starting pitcher prospects and waiver-wire pick-ups.

Good Debut: Skaggs

Tyler Skaggs

Tyler Skaggs is the second best pitching prospect in the D-Backs organization.  In his first major league start, he did not disappoint. Yesterday, Skaggs pitched against the Miami Marlins.  The lefty went 6.2 innings, gave up 2 runs, 5 BB and 4 Ks – and got the win.  A couple of things to take away …

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Forgotten in Seattle

Hishashi Iwakuma

When you play in Seattle, it’s really easy to get forgotten. In fact, it’s difficult to name a player of theirs who is not named Felix Hernandez. I would like to say that it’s unfair, but Seattle is tucked away in the North West, and most importantly, is not very good.  All that said, they …

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Cobb Down the Stretch

Alex Cobb

The Tampa Bay Rays have been doing their best Atlanta Braves impression the last few years by sending out good young pitcher after good young pitcher. Well, here’s another one that has really been coming around over the last month – Alex Cobb. On the year, Cobb has a 4.08 ERA, 67 Ks in 90 …

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Back and Better Then Ever

Patrick Corbin

Patrick Corbin, RP and SP for the Arizona D-Backs, has been up and down between the minors and MLB 3 times this year. His third trip to the bigs has proven to be his best yet! Corbin started the year in the rotation and lasted about a month.  In that month he had only 1 …

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Kris Medlen to Stay?

Kris Medlen

Sometimes a player grabs my attention and keeps it – for better or worse. Kris Medlen, right handed pitcher for the Atlanta Braves, is one of those guys. Medlen has had a great minor league career – dominating with low ERAs and more then a K per inning.  Since moving to the majors, he’s been …

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Prospect Alert: Dan Straily

Dan 'Don't call me Daniel' Straily

The Oakland A’s have called up ‘The Best Strikeout Pitcher in the Minors’. Interested? Me too! Dan Straily, the 6’2″ right hander has dominated the minor leagues this year.  This includes the PCL (Pacific Coast League) which is a notorious hitters league.  How dominant has he been? In his 22 starts (138 innings) he has …

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