Rays' lefty Matt Moore is just one of several players trying to rediscover their prior glory. Al Melchior highlights a few who are worth considering as pickups in Fantasy.
Francisco Lindor slides into the mix, joining Lance McCullers, Roberto Osuna, Carson Smith, Miguel Sano and Carlos Rodon.
It's a rarity to rely on a Rockies starting pitcher, but Al Melchior explains why he is targeting Jorge De La Rosa as a waiver pickup for the coming week.
Strikeout rates for most pitchers are trustworthy, but a few look primed for surges and drops. Al Melchior spots the outliers and analyzes their Fantasy impact.
Let's check in on the 2015 AL Rookie of the Year race as it stands right now.
The Marlins are looking for controllable young pitching.
Owners won't lack for two-start alternatives in Week 17, but most will probably do more harm than good. Al Melchior makes a few recommendations to steer you through a daunting selection of options.
It hasn't happened since 2011, in which "it" is an AL pitcher going yard.
Putting aside Andrew Heaney outperforming Matt Harvey, Heath Cummings is going back to an expensive ace with Jacob deGrom plus less expensive Indians at Coors Field.
At the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Chris Towers takes a look at the high-strikeout pitchers who haven't been getting results otherwise.

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