Roto Riteup — Presented by DraftKings: April 14, 2014 by Zach Sanders April 14, 2014 It’s the beginning of the third matchup in Head-to-Head leagues, where dreams are broken. Hopefully today’s Roto Riteup Today’s Agenda 1. Alex Cobb hits the DL 2. The Rays’ rotation spots 3. Aaron Harang still going strong 4. The Daily Five Want to win $10,000 playing Opening Day fantasy baseball? All first time depositors get a free entry into this contest by clicking the link! Alex Cobb hits the DL The Rays’ starter is going to miss at least a month with an oblique strain, and he could end up missing up to six or eight weeks with the injury. If you watch the highlights of Cobb’s start, he seemed to show some sort of discomfort starting out with the first batter he faced, yet he pitched through the rest of the start in typical dominant fashion. Thankfully this isn’t a shoulder or elbow problem, but it’s still nasty and will be hell on fantasy owners who were banking on his production. The Rays’ rotation spots Before Cobb hurt himself, the Rays were already trying out Cesar Ramos as a rotation member, but he got hit around a little bit by the Reds yesterday and doesn’t have much of a track record of success as a starter. Erik Bedard is coming to the rotation to replace Cobb, but we all know how brittle he is, and he wasn’t exactly great last year in Houston. Pitching in Tampa with a good defense behind him will help Bedard out quite a bit, but he’s still not going to be relevant for most of you, outside of maybe daily fantasy games. Aaron Harang still going strong Harang may be my new favorite pitcher to follow, because this is just getting ridiculous. Harang hurled six strong innings against the Nationals yesterday, striking out five while only walking one. While the Nationals were without Ryan Zimmerman and Denard Span, Washington still has a solid offense, so it’s not like Harang just plowed through a cupcake. Harang now has an ERA and WHIP under one in three starts, averaging almost a strikeout per inning. Where was this in Seattle last year? The Daily Five SP – Jesse Chavez, $6,900 The third cheapest starter available today, I was impressed with Chavez when I watched him pitch against Seattle. Going to Los Angeles to face the Angels won’t be easy, but he should pull through nicely. SP – Jordan Zimmermann, $9,800 Zimm may have struggled during his last outing, but he’s in Miami against the Marlins today. C – Derek Norris, $3,800 Norris should be good for at least a walk against Hector Santiago, if not an extra base hit. 3B – David Wright, $4,400 Wright is pretty cheap and he gets to square off against Josh Collmenter in Arizona. OF – Alex Rios, $4,000 Rios gets Roenis Ellias in Texas. This post, covering one of the leading sites for daily fantasy, is sponsored and made possible by the generous support of DraftKings. FanGraphs maintains complete editorial control of the postings, and brings you these posts in a continued desire to provide the best analytical information on the latest in baseball.