Daily Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Pitchers for Wednesday, April 5

Get ready for Tuesday's daily fantasy baseball contests with picks, advice and pitcher rankings courtesy of Sporting News and Fantasy Alarm.

Even with the Tigers-White Sox game already postponed (Update: And the Cubs-Cardinals), Wednesday features the most pitching options we've seen all seasonto choose from when putting together daily fantasy baseball lineups. With only a handful of "aces" on the hill, the best DFS strategy might be to pay up for a stud, but either way, we're here to help by ranking all 2826 SPs.

There are twois one afternoon games (Royals-Twins, Cubs-Cardinals)and three late games (Giants-Diamondbacks, Angels-A's, Padres-Dodgers), so keep that in mind when looking at the rankings. The pitcher you want might not be the best pick for the specific contest you want to enter.

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If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL 3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD

Daily Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Wednesday, April 5

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

If you're playing in a standard fantasy league and can make same-day pickups, there are plenty of interesting streaming options available today, including Charlie Morton, who is coming off a dominant spring (1.04/0.92, 17 Ks in 17.1 innings) and Jharel Cotton, who struck out 21 batters in 20.2 springinnings. The "streaming line" probably cuts off with No. 21 Tyler Chatwood, with the possible exception of Brandon Finnegan. We're not as high on him in standard leagues or DFS because he often runs up high pitch counts and struggled in the spring (7.63/2.09), but his matchup is good and he'll certainly be a differentiator in big contests.

Rank Pitcher Team Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
1 Chris Sale, LHP BOS Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
2 Jacob deGrom, RHP NYM Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
4 Cole Hamels, LHP TEX Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
5 John Lackey, RHP CHC Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
6 Tanner Roark, RHP WAS Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
7 Ian Kennedy, RHP KC Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
8 Garrett Richards, RHP LAA Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
9 Danny Salazar, RHP CLE Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
10 James Paxton, LHP SEA Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
11 Jharel Cotton, RHP OAK Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
12 Matt Moore, LHP SF Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
13 Michael Pineda, RHP NYY Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
14 Jerad Eickhoff, RHP PHI Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
15 Jameson Taillon, RHP PIT Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
16 Charlie Morton, RHP HOU Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
17 Bartolo Colon, RHP ATL Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
18 J.A. Happ, LHP TOR Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
19 Alex Cobb, RHP TB Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
20 Tyler Chatwood, RHP COL Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
21 Taijuan Walker, RHP ARI Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
22 Dan Straily, RHP MIA Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
23 Lance Lynn, RHP STL Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
24 Hector Santiago, LHP MIN Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
25 Brandon Finnegan, LHP CIN Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
26 Dylan Bundy, RHP BAL Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
27 Wily Peralta, RHP MIL Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD
28 Trevor Cahill, RHP SD Opp. vs. PIT vs. ATL
3 Rich Hill, LHP LAD vs. SD
vs. SD vs. CLE at STL vs. MIA at MIN at OAK at TEX at HOU vs. LAA at ARI at TB at CIN at BOS vs. SEA at NYM at BAL vs. NYY at MIL vs. SF at WAS vs. CHC vs. KC vs. PHI vs. TOR vs. COL at LAD

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