Ranking All of Today’s And Tomorrow’s SP Matchups – 4/22 & 4/23

Nick Pollack ranks every starting pitcher matchup for today's and tomorrow's games.

Here are your morning rankings for today’s starting pitcher options.

It’s not perfect and will be far from the actual results at the end of the day, though it should give guidance for those questioning who to slot into your lineup on a given day.

Note: I’ve made a change moving forward to this daily article. I’ll now be including a second table for tomorrow’s starting pitcher matchups as well, helping everyone get a jump on their nightly pickups. Please note that these matchups are subject to change, though, and there will be times when I have the incorrect pitcher going. I thank you for your future understanding.

Pitchers highlighted in yellow = Possible streaming options.

FS = False Starter where there is an assumed opener actually starting the game.

Red = Postponed.

 

Today’s Starting Pitcher Rankings

 

RankPitcherMatchup
1Chris Salevs. DET
2Jack Flahertyvs. MIL
3Joe Musgrovevs. ARI
4Matthew Boyd@ BOS
5Jake Arrieta@ NYM
6Mike Minor@ OAK
7J.A. Happ@ LAA
8Brad Peacockvs. MIN
9Brad Kellervs. TB
10Yonny Chirinos@ KC
11Zack Godley@ PIT
12Steven Matzvs. PHI
13Jake Odorizzi@ HOU
14Matt Harveyvs. NYY
15David Hessvs. CHW
16Adrian Houser@ STL
17Manny Banuelos@ BAL
18Chris Bassittvs. TEX

 

Tomorrow’s Starting Pitcher Rankings

 

RankPitcherMatchup
1Carlos Carrascovs. MIA
2Patrick Corbin@ COL
3Zack Wheelervs. PHI
4Domingo German@ LAA
5Luke Weaver@ PIT
6Kevin Gausman@ CIN
7Pablo Lopez@ CLE
8Sonny Grayvs. ATL
9Trevor Williamsvs. ARI
10Frankie Montasvs. TEX
11Kyle Freelandvs. WSH
12Kenta Maeda@ CHC
13Jose Quintanavs. LAD
14Zach Eflin@ NYM
15Michael Wachavs. MIL
16Trent Thorntonvs. SF
17Michael Pineda@ HOU
18Wade Mileyvs. MIN
19Ivan Nova@ BAL
20Jeff Samardzija@ TOR
21Erik Swanson@ SD
22Nick Margeviciusvs. SEA
23Spencer TurnbullBOS
24Zach Davies@ STL
25Homer Bailey TB
26Lance Lynn@ OAK
27Chris Strattonvs. NYY
28Jalen Beeks? – FSvs. KC
29Andrew Cashnervs. CHW
30Hector Velazquez?vs. DET

 

(Photo by Mark LoMoglio/Icon Sportswire)

Nick Pollack

Founder of Pitcher List. Rotographs contributor. Worked with CBS Sports, Grantland, Washington Post, and SB Nation. Former pitching coach and Brandeis alum.

  • Avatar Anonymous says:

    Big gap between Godley @ PIT today and Weaver @ PIT tomorrow

  • Avatar Todd says:

    Adrian Houser going against STL today. Impressive numbers at AAA so far. Thoughts on a stream today?

    • Avatar Eric says:

      I’m curious about him too. Picked him up. Haven’t decided whether to use him though, just yet.

    • Nick Pollack Nick Pollack says:

      Thanks for the edit!

      I wouldn’t stream. He’s done well in three starts thus far, but has a history of sub 10% whiff rates in the minors. It seems way too risky against the Cardinals.

  • Avatar Brandon says:

    More Harvey!

  • Avatar Scott M says:

    Where would Flaherty and Houser slot into today’s rank, had they not been omitted? [email protected]

  • Avatar Ben says:

    How about Hellickson vs. @COL today?

  • Avatar Dan says:

    Flaherty has been smoked by MIL twice now. You seem to have a ton of faith he will be fine today. Was gonna sit him but now you have me questioning myself! Confident he will right himself today?

  • Avatar Perfect Game says:

    Hey Nick. I have a trade offer where I get Nola in return for Glasnow and Clint Frazier. I’m leery about Nola and don’t think he’s right. His strand rate is low and BABIP a little high, but HR/9; BB/9, hard hit balls, FIP; xFIP; SIERRA; swinging strike %; K-BB% don’t look good and are all down. Is he a top 10 SP? Are you concerned about him and would you pull the trigger on this deal?

  • Avatar Jack Pascho says:

    Any reason Homer Bailey is so low?

  • Avatar Mike King says:

    Hey Nick long time follower. Wanted to pick your brain. Would you part ways with Chris Sale this early in the year for the right price? I know you mentioned getting rid of the headcase in itself would be a reward but I cant seem to pull the trigger on a deal. Would Kershaw and, a slightly above average bat, say Yuli Gurriel be enough for you to move Sale? Kershaw is almost guaranteed another IL stint and perhaps only 140 innings.

    • Nick Pollack Nick Pollack says:

      I’d try to get a little more than Yuli, but I’d 100% fine moving Sale for a solid floor in return.

      FWIW, I’ll have Sale one spot higher than Kershaw on today’s List.

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