Category Power Rankings: Week 14

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Batting Average (AVG)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Christian Yelich MIL OF
2 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
3 Michael Brantley HOU OF
4 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B
5 Mike Trout LAA OF +1
6 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B +1
7 J.D. Martinez BOS OF -2
8 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
9 Jorge Polanco MIN SS
10 Charlie Blackmon COL OF
11 Justin Turner LAD 3B -3
12 Jeff McNeil NYM 2B/3B/OF +5
13 Whit Merrifield KC 1B/2B/OF -1
14 Xander Bogaerts BOS SS
15 Elvis Andrus TEX SS
16 DJ Lemahieu NYY 2B/3B +1
17 Mookie Betts BOS OF -4
18 David Dahl COL OF +1
19 Josh Bell PIT 1B +1
20 David Peralta ARZ OF +1
21 Jean Segura PHI SS -3
22 Juan Soto WSH OF +1
23 Tommy Pham TB OF -1
24 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS
25 Francisco Lindor CLE SS

Off the List: None
Mike Trout has hit .341 in the month of June including a stretch of hitting .425 over his last ten games. Trout is proving that he is every bit worth that 1.1 selection.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Bryan Reynolds PIT OF +6
2 Scott Kingery PHI 3B/SS/OF +2
3 David Fletcher LAA 2B/3B/SS/OF -2
4 Howie Kendrick WSH 1B/2B/3B/OF +1
5 Miguel Cabrera DET 1B -2
6 Josh Reddick HOU OF -2
7 Alex Verdugo LAD OF Unranked
8 Hanser Alberto BAL 2B/3B Unranked
9 Jose Iglesias CIN SS -3
10 Avisail Garcia TB OF -2

Off the List: Gio Urshela, Nick Markakis
Hanser Alberto has hit .356 in June and has fround himself in the leadoff spot in the Orioles lineup. Alberto has shown a good ability to hit for a high average throughout the minors so this could be pretty legit.

Runs (R)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Christian Yelich MIL OF
2 Mookie Betts BOS OF
3 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
4 Mike Trout LAA OF +1
5 Nolan Arenado COL 3B -1
6 Charlie Blackmon COL OF
7 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B
8 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B +1
9 Whit Merrifield KC 1B/2B/OF -1
10 Kris Bryant CHC 2B/OF
11 Xander Bogaerts BOS SS
12 Ronald Acuna Jr. ATL OF
13 George Springer HOU OF +2
14 Jean Segura PHI SS
15 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS +2
16 Josh Bell PIT 1B +3
17 Bryce Harper PHI OF -1
18 J.D. Martinez BOS OF
19 Trevor Story COL SS -6
20 Rafael Devers BOS 3B +1
21 Francisco Lindor CLE SS +1
22 DJ LeMahieu NYY 2B/3B Unranked
23 Edwin Encarnacion NYY 1B
24 Carlos Santana CLE 1B/3B
25 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD SS

Off the List: Lorenzo Cain
DJ LeMahieu has been invaluable for the Yankees thus far. The veteran infielder will be starting the All-Star game for the junior circuit and for good reason. LeMahieu is on a 127-run pace right now.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Leury Garcia CHW OF
2 Nick Markakis ATL OF
3 Adam Eaton WSH OF
4 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
5 Kole Calhoun LAA OF +2
6 David Fletcher LAA 2B/3B/SS/OF -1
7 Ramon Laureano OAK OF +1
8 Kyle Schwarber CHC OF -2
9 Bryan Reynolds PIT OF Unranked
10 Jorge Soler KC OF

Off the List: Howie Kendrick
Now regularly hitting second, Bryan Reynolds is looking like a real viable play in all mixed leagues. He has not slowed down since being recalled.

Home Runs (HR)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Christian Yelich MIL OF
2 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
3 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
4 Mike Trout LAA OF
5 Pete Alonso NYM 1B +1
6 Edwin Encarnacion NYY 1B -1
7 Gary Sanchez NYY C
8 Khris Davis OAK OF
9 Rhys Hoskins PHI 1B/OF
10 Mike Moustakas MIL 2B/3B +1
11 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS -1
12 Alex Bregman HOU 3B/SS +1
13 Marcell Ozuna STL OF -1
14 Joey Gallo TEX 1B/OF +11
15 J.D. Martinez BOS OF -1
16 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B +1
17 Aaron Judge NYY OF Unranked
18 Josh Bell PIT 1B
19 Francisco Lindor CLE SS -4
20 Matt Chapman OAK 3B
21 Anthony Rizzo CHC 1B -2
22 Paul Goldschmidt STL 1B -6
23 Eddie Rosario MIN OF
24 Hunter Renfroe SD OF
25 Trevor Story COL SS -4

Off the List: Bryce Harper
Aaron Judge is back for the Bronx Bombers and has appeared to regain his stroke over the last couple games. There is no doubt once he shakes the rust off, he will be right back towards the top of this list with the elite power hitters in the game.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Franmil Reyes SD OF +1
2 Jorge Soler KC OF +1
3 C.J. Cron MIN 1B +2
4 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
5 Kyle Schwarber CHC OF +2
6 Miguel Sano MIN 1B/3B
7 Rowdy Tellez TOR 1B Unranked
8 Yandy Diaz TB 1B/3B Unranked
9 Kole Calhoun LAA OF -1
10 Derek Dietrich CIN 2B/3B/OF -1

Off the List: Hunter Renfroe (ownership), Renato Nunez
Yandy Diaz was just activated from the injured list and he is more than likely available in your league. The remarkably strong corner infielder was enjoying a nice first season in Tampa Bay before a hamstring strain sidelined him. He has the ability and strength to be a real force at the dish.

Runs Batted In (RBI)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
2 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
3 Christian Yelich MIL OF
4 Marcell Ozuna STL OF +1
5 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B +2
6 Edwin Encarnacion NYY 1B -2
7 Rhys Hoskins PHI 1B/OF -1
8 Anthony Rizzo CHC 1B
9 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B +1
10 Jose Abreu CHW 1B -1
11 J.D. Martinez BOS OF
12 Khris Davis OAK OF
13 Josh Bell PIT 1B
14 Pete Alonso NYM 1B
15 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS
16 Alex Bregman HOU 3B/SS
17 Mike Trout LAA OF
18 Eddie Rosario MIN OF +2
19 Bryce Harper PHI OF
20 Gary Sanchez NYY C +1
21 Eduardo Escobar ARZ 3B/SS +1
22 Joey Gallo TEX 1B/OF Unranked
23 Xander Bogaerts BOS SS
24 Juan Soto WSH OF
25 Ronald Acuna Jr. ATL OF

Off the List: Trevor Story (injury)
While he has gone through a fair share of hot streaks so far, Marcell Ozuna has consistently driven in runs. He has 62 RBI and is on a pace for 131 currently. *

*Article written prior to IL annoucement.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Jorge Soler KC OF
2 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
3 C.J. Cron MIN 1B
4 Dansby Swanson ATL SS
5 Franmil Reyes SD OF +1
6 Howie Kendrick WSH 1B/2B/3B/OF +2
7 Miguel Sano MIN 1B/3B
8 Asdrubal Cabrera TEX 2B/3B/SS Unranked
9 Colin Moran PIT 2B/3B
10 Renato Nunez BAL 1B/3B

Off the List: Hunter Renfroe (ownership)
Howie Kendrick deserves to be an All-Star. Whether he gets the nod or not, the guy is enjoying somewhat of a career resurgence. He is doing it all for the Nationals and with multi-position eligibility, Kendrick needs to be owned in more leagues.

Stolen Bases (SB)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Mallex Smith SEA OF
2 Adalberto Mondesi KC 2B/SS
3 Jose Ramirez CLE 2B/3B
4 Billy Hamilton KC OF +1
5 Tim Anderson CHW SS -1
6 Jonathan Villar BAL 2B/SS +1
7 Trea Turner WSH SS +1
8 Whit Merrifield KC 1B/2B/OF -2
9 Jarrod Dyson ARZ OF
10 Christian Yelich MIL OF
11 Dee Gordon SEA 2B/SS/OF +1
12 Starling Marte PIT OF -1
13 Elvis Andrus TEX SS +1
14 Francisco Lindor CLE SS +3
15 Victor Robles WSH OF
16 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD SS +4
17 Byron Buxton MIN OF -4
18 Ronald Acuna Jr. ATL OF
19 Mike Trout LAA OF -3
20 Mookie Betts BOS OF -1
21 Lorenzo Cain MIL OF
22 Trevor Story COL SS +3
23 Kevin Kiermaier TB OF +1
24 Andrew Benintendi BOS OF -1
25 Tommy Pham TB OF -3

Off the List: None
Fernando Tatis Jr. has been as advertised. He is looking like a five-category fantasy stud for many many years to come. The rookie phenom is now up to 12 steals in 15 attempts and has a legit shot at a 20/20 year.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Mallex Smith SEA OF
2 Jarrod Dyson ARZ OF
3 Kevin Kiermaier TB OF
4 Kolten Wong STL 2B
5 Delino DeShields TEX OF
6 Ramon Laureano OAK OF
7 Amed Rosario NYM SS
8 Danny Santana TEX 1B/2B/OF +1
9 Leury Garcia CHW OF -1
10 Manuel Margot SD OF Unranked

Off the List: Brett Gardner
Manuel Margot has been getting a little bit more run in the San Diego outfield of late. The 24-year old has ten swipes so far and if he gets more regular playing time, he could be looking at a 30-steal season.

On-Base Percentage (OBP)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Mike Trout LAA OF
2 Christian Yelich MIL OF
3 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B
4 Alex Bregman HOU 3B/SS
5 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
6 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B
7 Rhys Hoskins PHI 1B/OF +2
8 Tommy Pham TB OF -1
9 Carlos Santana CLE 1B/3B +4
10 Mookie Betts BOS OF -2
11 Juan Soto WSH OF -1
12 Kris Bryant CHC 3B/OF
13 J.D. Martinez BOS OF -2
14 Nolan Arenado COL 3B +1
15 Anthony Rizzo CHC 1B +1
16 Bryce Harper PHI OF -2
17 Jorge Polanco MIN SS
18 Josh Bell PIT 1B +1
19 Jeff McNeil NYM 2B/3B/OF +2
20 Michael Conforto NYM OF -2
21 Shin-Soo Choo TEX OF -1
22 Luke Voit NYY 1B
23 George Springer HOU OF +2
24 Justin Turner LAD 3B -1
25 Charlie Blackmon COL OF -1

Off the List: None
Currently walking around 17% of the time, Rhys Hoskins is becoming one of the best all around hitters in the game. His profile is similar to that of Anthony Rizzo, albeit with a few more strikeouts. He is going to be good for a long time.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
2 Adam Eaton WSH OF
3 Brandon Belt SF 1B/OF
4 Bryan Reynolds PIT OF +1
5 Miguel Cabrera DET 1B +3
6 Nick Markakis ATL OF
7 David Fletcher LAA 2B/3B/OF -3
8 Jason Heyward CHC OF Unranked
9 Dexter Fowler STL OF +1
10 Alex Verdugo LAD OF Unranked

Off the List: Josh Reddick, Avisail Garcia
Alex Verdugo has done an exceptional job at making contact. He doesn’t walk a ton, but he also strikes out less than 10% of the time. That’s pretty remarkable.

Wins (W)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Justin Verlander HOU SP
2 Max Scherzer WSH SP
3 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
4 Jose Berrios MIN SP
5 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
6 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
7 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP
8 Jacob deGrom NYM SP +1
9 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP +1
10 Blake Snell TB SP -2
11 Aaron Nola PHI SP
12 Luis Castillo CIN SP +1
13 Charlie Morton TB SP +1
14 Patrick Corbin WSH SP -2
15 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
16 Walker Buehler LAD SP
17 Chris Sale BOS SP
18 German Marquez COL SP
19 Lucas Giolito CHW SP +2
20 Jake Odorizzi MIN SP
21 Brandon Woodruff MIL SP/RP -2
22 Mike Minor TEX SP +3
23 Masahiro Tanaka NYY SP -1
24 Lance Lynn TEX SP Unranked
25 James Paxton NYY SP -2

Off the List: Cole Hamels (injury)
Lance Lynn has recorded six wins over his last ten starts along with a 2.94 ERA during that time. Lynn is on an exceptional run right now and if he keeps it up, he will be a nice trade chip for the Rangers at the deadline.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Kyle Gibson MIN SP +4
2 Wade Miley HOU SP +2
3 Marco Gonzales SEA SP +5
4 Merrill Kelly ARZ SP +3
5 Ryan Yarbrough TB SP/RP +4
6 Zach Davies MIL SP -3
7 Mike Fiers OAK SP +3
8 John Means BAL SP/RP Unranked
9 Brett Anderson OAK SP -3
10 Mike Leake SEA SP Unranked

Off the List: Yonny Chirinos (ownership), Lance Lynn (ownership)
Ryan Yarbrough is beginning to find his groove. Over his last five appearances, the southpaw has three victories and a 2.45 ERA.

Earned Run Average (ERA)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Justin Verlander HOU SP
2 Max Scherzer WSH SP
3 Jacob deGrom NYM SP
4 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP +1
5 Trevor Bauer CLE SP +1
6 Chris Sale BOS SP -2
7 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP +1
8 Charlie Morton TB SP +2
9 Jose Berrios MIN SP
10 Gerrit Cole HOU SP +1
11 Blake Snell TB SP -4
12 Luis Castillo CIN SP +1
13 Zack Greinke ARZ SP +1
14 Walker Buehler LAD SP +2
15 Patrick Corbin WSH SP -3
16 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP -1
17 Aaron Nola PHI SP
18 Lucas Giolito CHW SP
19 James Paxton NYY SP
20 Jake Odorizzi MIN SP
21 Mike Soroka ATL SP +1
22 Shane Bieber CLE SP +2
23 Masahiro Tanaka NYY SP
24 Matt Boyd DET SP +1
25 German Marquez COL SP -4

Off the List: None
Aaron Nola may finally be turning the corner. He has not won a decision since the end of May, but he has allowed one run over his last two starts to go with 20 K’s across 15 IP. He has had some walk and home run issues but things may be looking up.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Wade Miley HOU SP +3
2 Zach Davies MIL SP
3 John Means BAL SP Unranked
4 Trevor Richards MIA SP +1
5 Chris Bassitt OAK SP +1
6 Zach Plesac CLE SP +2
7 Brett Anderson OAK SP
8 Dakota Hudson STL SP +1
9 Sandy Alcantara MIA SP Unranked
10 Merrill Kelly ARZ SP

Off the List: Yonny Chirinos (ownership), Spencer Turnbull (injury)
John Means lowered his ERA to 2.50 on Friday. While there is definitely some expected regression, the Orioles southpaw is looking like a breakout so far in 2019.

Strikeouts (K)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Max Scherzer WSH SP
2 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
3 Justin Verlander HOU SP
4 Chris Sale BOS SP
5 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
6 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
7 Jacob deGrom NYM SP +1
8 Blake Snell TB SP -1
9 Matt Boyd DET SP
10 Patrick Corbin WSH SP
11 Luis Castillo CIN SP
12 Charlie Morton TB SP
13 Shane Bieber CLE SP +1
14 Zack Wheeler NYM SP -1
15 Aaron Nola PHI SP
16 Robbie Ray ARZ SP +1
17 Lucas Giolito CHW SP +3
18 James Paxton NYY SP -2
19 Jose Berrios MIN SP
20 German Marquez COL SP -2
21 Brandon Woodruff MIL SP/RP
22 Walker Buehler LAD SP Unranked
23 Mike Minor TEX SP +2
24 Jack Flaherty STL SP -1
25 Noah Syndergaard NYM SP -1

Off the List: Zack Greinke
Walker Buehler has struck out 46 K’s over his last 36.2 innings. The Dodgers may try to limit his innings down the stretch, but he seems about as solid as they come.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Trent Thornton TOR SP +2
2 Tyler Mahle CIN SP
3 Chris Bassitt OAK SP
4 Joey Lucchesi SD SP +2
5 Kyle Gibson MIN SP
6 Dylan Bundy BAL SP +3
7 Sonny Gray CIN SP/RP Unranked
8 Tanner Roark CIN SP
9 Jordan Yamamoto MIA SP Unranked
10 Elieser Hernandez MIA SP/RP Unranked

Off the List: Lance Lynn (ownership), Spencer Turnbull (injury), Anthony Desclafani
Despite a little bit of a blow up this weekend, Jordan Yamamoto has been excellent since joining the Marlins rotation. He is averaging a strikeout per inning and he has posted great strikeout numbers at all levels of the minors, so there is reason to believe that he will remain a great source of K’s.

Saves (SV)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Kirby Yates SD RP
2 Kenley Jansen LAD RP
3 Aroldis Chapman NYY RP
4 Roberto Osuna HOU RP
5 Felipe Vazquez PIT RP
6 Brad Hand CLE RP
7 Josh Hader MIL RP
8 Shane Greene DET RP +2
9 Edwin Diaz NYM RP -1
10 Blake Treinen OAK RP -1
11 Sean Doolittle WSH RP
12 Will Smith SF RP +1
13 Hector Neris PHI RP +1
14 Ken Giles TOR RP +1
15 Alex Colome CHW RP +1
16 Craig Kimbrel CHC RP +5
17 Raisel Iglesias CIN RP
18 Wade Davis COL RP
19 Greg Holland ARZ RP
20 Sergio Romo MIA SP/RP
21 Luke Jackson ATL RP +2
22 Hansel Robles LAA RP
23 Ian Kennedy KC SP/RP Unranked
24 Shawn Kelley TEX RP Unranked
25 Jose Alvarado TB RP

Off the List: Jordan Hicks (injury), Pedro Strop
Craig Kimbrel is back. He has officially rejoined the Cubs and Joe Madden did not hesitate throwing him right back into the ninth inning role. Expect Kimbrel to be one of the best closers in baseball as the season rolls on.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-Team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Sergio Romo MIA SP/RP
2 Luke Jackson ATL RP +1
3 Hansel Robles LAA RP -1
4 Ian Kennedy KC SP/RP Unranked
5 Shawn Kelley TEX RP +2
6 Jose Alvarado TB RP -1
7 Emilio Pagan TB RP Unranked
8 Taylor Rogers MIN RP +1
9 A.J. Minter ATL RP +1
10 Jose Leclerc TEX RP -2

Off the List: Pedro Strop, Diego Castillo (injury)
Save chances are not going to be prevalent in Kansas City, but Ian Kennedy has done a nice job in the closer’s role. He is 10-for-12 in save chances now. His fastball velocity is up a couple notches now coming out of the bullpen. If you are someone who lost Jordan Hicks for the year without snagging a replacement in the Cardinals’ pen, you could do worse than Kennedy.

WHIP (Walks+Hits/Innings Pitched)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Justin Verlander HOU SP
2 Max Scherzer WSH SP
3 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
4 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP
5 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
6 Chris Sale BOS SP +1
7 Jacob deGrom NYM SP +1
8 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP +1
9 Trevor Bauer CLE SP +1
10 Blake Snell TB SP -4
11 Jose Berrios MIN SP
12 Luis Castillo CIN SP
13 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
14 Charlie Morton TB SP
15 Matt Boyd DET SP
16 Aaron Nola PHI SP
17 Walker Buehler LAD SP +3
18 Patrick Corbin WSH SP -1
19 Shane Bieber CLE SP -1
20 David Price BOS SP -1
21 Lucas Giolito CHW SP
22 Mike Soroka ATL SP +1
23 Masahiro Tanaka NYY SP +1
24 German Marquez COL SP -2
25 James Paxton NYY SP

Off the List: None
German Marquez has allowed 45 baserunners across his last 30 innings pitched. Marquez has shown signs of his dominance from 2018 but he ultimately has been done in by Coors Field. Tough matchups at home are starting to look like they need to be avoided with Marquez.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Wade Miley HOU SP +2
2 Joey Lucchesi SD SP +2
3 Chris Bassitt OAK SP -1
4 Trevor Richards MIA SP +1
5 Kyle Gibson MIN SP +1
6 Zach Plesac CLE SP +1
7 Mike Fiers OAK SP +2
8 Tyler Mahle CIN SP
9 Michael Pineda MIN SP Unranked
10 Sonny Gray CIN SP/RP Unranked

Off the List: Yonny Chirinos (ownership), Zach Davies
Michael Pineda has always done a great job at limiting baserunners, as evident by his 1.19 career WHIP. Pineda has a WHIP just a hair over 1.00 across his last nine starts.

Quality Starts (QS)

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Max Scherzer WSH SP
2 Justin Verlander HOU SP
3 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
4 Jacob deGrom NYM SP
5 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
6 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
7 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP
8 Chris Sale BOS SP +1
9 Jose Berrios MIN SP +1
10 Blake Snell TB SP -2
11 Patrick Corbin WSH SP
12 Matt Boyd DET SP
13 Aaron Nola PHI SP
14 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
15 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP
16 Luis Castillo CIN SP
17 Charlie Morton TB SP +1
18 Madison Bumgarner SF SP -1
19 Shane Bieber CLE SP
20 Masahiro Tanaka NYY SP
21 Lucas Giolito CHW SP +1
22 German Marquez COL SP -1
23 Mike Minor TEX SP +2
24 Walker Buehler LAD SP Unranked
25 Noah Syndergaard NYM SP -1

Off the List: James Paxton
Mike Minor has more quality starts than Chris Sale, Stephen Strasburg, and Aaron Nola. Pretty remarkable year for the assumed soon-to-be-traded Rangers lefty.

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Wade Miley HOU SP +1
2 Mike Fiers OAK SP +5
3 Trevor Richards MIA SP
4 Merrill Kelly ARZ SP +4
5 Zach Plesac CLE SP +1
6 Chris Bassitt OAK SP -1
7 Brett Anderson OAK SP +2
8 Jordan Yamamoto MIA SP Unranked
9 Marco Gonzales SEA SP +1
10 Mike Leake SEA SP Unranked

Off the List: Lance Lynn (ownership), Spencer Turnbull (injury)
There are only six pitchers in all of baseball who have more quality starts than Mike Fiers. The veteran righty is turning into a very solid source of not only QS but also WHIP and he’s tallied eight wins thus far.
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Colin Ward

Colin currently resides in the Buffalo, NY area and studied at SUNY Fredonia earning a degree in Sport Management. He is a former Assistant Athletic Director and Sports Information Director at the collegiate level. Baseball is his passion and he bleeds Pinstripes.

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