Starting Pitcher Chart – June 10th, 2024

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Check out the May SP Rankings

I’ll post the 2-start chart as a separate post later Monday morning.


Starter Notes June 10, 2024
RK PITCHER GAME 10 12 15+ IP ERA WHIP K-BB wOBA RK L30/Season NOTE
1 Logan Gilbert SEA v CHW x x x 83 3.12 0.98 17% 26th/30th 8 ER dud at MIN is but a distant memory at this point w/a 3.41 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, 14% K-BB over his L5
2 Corbin Burnes BAL at TBR x x x 79 2.26 1.02 18% 29th/28th K dip is an annoyance, but he’s doing more than enough to make up for it
3 Dylan Cease SDP v OAK x x x 77 3.51 0.96 23% 28th/26th Been out of sorts lately, though it’s been HRs plauging him, not BBs w/6 of ea. over his L5 (5.86 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, 28% K, 5% BB in 28 IP)
4 Ryan Pepiot TBR v BAL x x x 52 3.96 0.96 21% 5th/6th Scheduled blessed him after shaky 4 BB return from the IL v. BOS w/gems v. OAK & at MIA, netting 15 Ks and just 1 BB in 11.7 IP
5 José Berríos TOR at MIL x x x 80 2.80 1.11 12% 9th/2nd Has also been fine since an early-May 8 ER bomb, posting a 2.73 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, 13% K-BB in 33 IP since then
6 Erick Fedde 페디 CHW at SEA x x x 74 3.27 1.18 16% 21st/24th Wasn’t great (4.84 ERA, 1.49 WHIP) during a schedule gauntlet (at TOR, v. BAL, at MIL, at CHC), but the 15% K-BB is encouraging
7 Carlos Rodón NYY at KCR x x x 73 3.08 1.08 17% 2nd/9th I didn’t even mean to make this a theme, but he also got rocked in early-May (6 ER at BAL) and has since
8 Chris Paddack MIN v COL x x x 65 5.26 1.42 16% 15th/19th Bombed out in easy sit at NYY, but it’s time to get him right back in for this 2-step (OAK on the wknd)
9 Spencer Arrighetti HOU at SFG x x 46 5.79 1.67 13% 14th/15th Cleared after liner to calf and would get DET at home on the wknd; 16% K-BB in L5 after an 11% in his first 5
10 Joey Estes OAK at SDP x x 27 4.67 0.96 18% 3rd/3rd Turning a corner? 2.45 ERA, 0.66 WHIP, 21% K-BB in L3… not an easy slate (at MIN this wknd), but still appealing
11 Kyle Harrison SFG v HOU x 71 4.18 1.39 14% 20th/5th It’s a fringe 2-start depending on your tm needs: 5.88 ERA, 1.69 WHIP, 12% K-BB in his L5 (26 IP)
12 Colin Rea MIL v TOR x 63 3.53 1.35 8% 6th/13th Follower in last 2 of 3 which could be intriguing if they stick w/it (a good start in between, too)
13 Seth Lugo KCR v NYY 84 2.13 1.02 15% 1st/1st I know he’s been amazing, but this is quite literally the toughest 2-step you can get and I just don’t see myself running him out there
14 Dakota Hudson COL at MIN 61 5.25 1.52 1% 24th/18th Has good ratios on the road (3.41 ERA, 1.14 WHIP) but it’s all the .211 BABIP as he has just a 3% K-BB
Recommendations for Roto 5×5 Leagues

The chart includes their 2024 stats (this changed over from last year’s stats on April 22nd), their opponent’s wOBA versus the pitcher’s handedness from this year so far (this is changed as of April 11th), my general start/sit recommendation for 10-team, 12-team, and 15-team (or more) leagues, and then a note about them. Obviously, there are league sizes beyond those three so it’s essentially a shallow, medium, deep. If a pitcher only has an “x” in 15-team, it doesn’t mean there’s no potential use in 10s and 12s, but that just means it is a riskier stream as the league gets shallower.

These are general recommendations, and your league situation will carry more weight whether you are protecting ratios or chasing counting numbers. This is for standard 5×5 roto leagues. The thresholds for H2H starts are generally lower, especially in points leagues so I thought there would be more value focusing on roto and then you can generally expand these recommendations a bit for points leagues.





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