Fantasy Baseball: Week 10 Pitching Streamers

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There’s more selection for pitching streamers for Week 10, including a few two-start pitchers as well.

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Alex Cobb | Tampa Bay Rays

(6/8 vs. CWS)

ESPN: 44%   Yahoo: 65%

Cobb at home, pitching against the White Sox – what is there not to like? If Cobb is still available in your league, this start is one of his better matchups of the season. Over his career, Cobb has put up better numbers at home than on the road, as we can see in the next two graphics:

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Kevin Gausman | Baltimore Orioles

(6/6 vs. PIT, 6/11 @NYY)

ESPN: 48%   Yahoo: 55%

Many moved on from Gausman early in the season, being pretty hit or miss. He’s a two-start pitcher, with the more favorable matchup against the Pirates’ hitters in this first start of the week. Gausman’s only given up two earned runs in his last start, which is a good sign, although walks still poses a problem. The Pirates are second to last in MLB in ISO, and fourth from the bottom in slugging percentage. Even with this game at Camden Yards, Gausman shouldn’t get tagged by power too much. At this point unless he proves otherwise, Gausman is a spot starter.

 

Chase Anderson | Milwaukee Brewers

(6/6 vs. SF, 6/11 @ ARI)

ESPN: 30%   Yahoo: 30%

Anderson has put together several really good starts this season, and I think you can start him in both of his starts for Week 10. The Giants are still having a rough go of it and pitchers should definitely be targeted against them, and this is no exception. In his last two starts, Anderson hasn’t allowed any runs, while striking out 18 batters. He’s been dominant in these starts, and could surely be against the Giants too.

 

Mike Foltynewicz | Atlanta Braves

(6/7 vs. PHI)

ESPN: 13%   Yahoo: 14%

Foltynewicz has been hit or miss, like Gausman. There are times when he has very strong starts, and while he can’t get through an order the third time around. In Week 10, he has a start against the Phillies. The Phillies as a team aren’t helping themselves much by not taking many walks, and striking out at a rate of 22.6%. They also don’t have much power either, so Foltynewicz should fair better without giving up homeruns.

Thank you for reading, and good luck with your picks!

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