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P- Chris Tillman (vs. Detroit Tigers): $7,900
P- Josh Tomlin (vs. Minnesota Twins): $7,500
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Below you can find the two start pitchers for week five (5/2-5/8) and their match-ups. If you have any questions or comments about this article or fantasy baseball, please Tweet me @dynasty_digest. If you enjoyed this post, please follow my blog for more updates!
- Matt Harvey (vs. ATL/ @ SD)
- Dallas Keuchel (vs. MIN/ vs. SEA)
Jake Arrieta (@ PIT/ vs. WAS)
Johnny Cueto (@ CIN/ vs. COL)
Gerrit Cole (vs. CHC/ @ STL)
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1. Blake Snell (LHP; Tampa Bay Rays): Snell made his much anticipated major league debut earlier this this week against the New York Yankees. He threw 5 innings, giving up 2 hits, 1 earned run, 6 strikeouts, and 1 walk. This left-hander has done nothing but impress scouts over the past two years, so it is no surprise to see his success in his first start. Following his debut, he was immediately sent down to Triple-A, but it shouldn’t be long before he is back up with the Rays. In 2015, Snell made the jump from High-A to Triple-A. He threw 134 innings, with a 1.41 ERA, 163 strikeouts, 53 walks, and a 15-4 record. He has a plus fastball with lots of movement, a sharp slider, and a developing changeup. His command could still use some work, but it is very clear that he is ready for a full-time spot in the Rays’ rotation. If you have room on your roster, now is the time to stash Snell before he gets promoted again. It is only a matter of time before Snell finds himself in the rotation considering the Rays are currently using a 4-man rotation.
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