Category Archive: Starting Pitcher Scout

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

Drew Smyly Face

Drew Smyly

The Detroit Tigers are a force to recon with. I knew they would be good, but they ‘put it together’ faster then I thought they would. With an offense like that, their pitchers should be in line for many wins – even their #5 guy who is not owned yet in most fantasy leagues. The …

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Do You Dare: Zito

Barry Zito

Barry Zito has had a rough ride over the years. From being an ‘Ace’ to being a ‘Bust.’ But what is he really? From 2000 – 2006 he was an Ace. He had winning records all of those years (had 23 wins in 2002). Then he signed with the Giants (2007 – for a boat …

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New Park, New Rules

Marlins Park

Marlin’s Park is now a major league park with it’s first game being played on Wednesday. But what kind of park is it? A hitter’s park or a pitcher’s park? Early results are in.  It is a pitcher’s park.  Lance Berkman predicts the wall being moved in within 2 years.  Logan Morrison called it a …

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Out of Nowhere: Luis Mendoza

Luis Mendoza

If listing all of the prospects in baseball (heck, with all of the young guys on KC) Luis Mendoza wouldn’t have his name mentioned for a very long time. Who? Exactly. Luis Mendoza is fighting for the #5 spot in the KC pitching rotation.  His competition is Felipe Paulino and Danny Duffy.  I use the …

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Advancing Lance

Lance Lynn

Last year we had ‘Advancing Vance’ – Vance Worely – you’re welcome. This year we are advancing Lance – Lance Lynn. Chris Carpenter is dealing with nerve issues in his shoulder which causes his arm to lose strength.  There is no structural damage, but this injury has had him miss significant time in his past. …

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Come Back Andy Pettitte

Andy Pettitte

What a difference a year makes. Last year the Yankees were desperate for pitching, this year they look to have more then they need.  Especially now that Andy Pettitte is back from retirement. Over his career, Andy Pettitte has been nothing short of great for the Yankees.  He’s about as consistent as they come, eats …

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