Starting Pitcher Chart – June 7th, 2024

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Even the two guys with a single “x” on Friday have a modicum of appeal in deeper leagues. I’ve always been a Canning guy and Lorenzen v. SFG isn’t completely off the table for consideration.


Starter Notes June 7, 2024
RK PITCHER GAME 10 12 15+ IP ERA WHIP K-BB wOBA RK L30/Season
1 Chris Sale ATL at WSN x x x 67 3.06 0.95 27% 29th/22nd
2 Yoshinobu Yamamoto LAD at NYY x x x 65 3.32 1.12 23% 1st/1st
3 Freddy Peralta MIL at DET x x x 67 3.74 1.05 25% 6th/13th
4 Joe Ryan MIN at PIT x x x 72 3.38 1.01 23% 25th/29th
5 Framber Valdez HOU at LAA x x x 54 3.95 1.24 11% 2nd/28th
6 Logan Webb SFG at TEX x x x 79 2.95 1.25 14% 27th/12th
7 Garrett Crochet CHW v BOS x x x 69 3.49 0.93 28% 26th/9th
8 Justin Steele CHC at CIN x x x 37 4.10 1.21 16% 4th/27th
9 Michael King SDP v ARI x x x 73 3.82 1.23 15% 12th/23rd
10 Chris Bassitt TOR at OAK x x x 65 4.13 1.45 13% 14th/20th
11 Cooper Criswell BOS at CHW x x x 43 3.92 1.19 17% 30th/30th
12 Nick Lodolo CIN v CHC x x x 46 3.11 0.99 21% 27th/19th
13 Bryce Miller SEA at KCR x x 70 3.18 0.96 19% 10th/11th
14 Reese Olson DET v MIL x x 61 2.48 1.07 13% 4th/2nd
15 Brandon Pfaadt ARI at SDP x x 73 4.32 1.08 19% 8th/3rd
16 Mitch Keller PIT v MIN x x 73 3.42 1.22 15% 22nd/18th
17 Ryan Weathers MIA v CLE x x 68 3.41 1.12 15% 11th/15th
18 Austin Gomber COL at STL x x 61 3.06 1.18 9% 21st/10th
19 Cole Irvin BAL at TBR x x 57 2.84 1.16 11% 10th/26th
20 Hogan Harris OAK v TOR x x 14 3.14 1.26 15% 30th/14th
21 Aaron Civale TBR v BAL x 62 5.37 1.34 16% 5th/7th
22 Logan Allen CLE at MIA x 58 5.83 1.55 12% 28th/24th
23 Jake Irvin WSN v ATL x 69 3.39 1.03 17% 16th/8th
24 Lance Lynn STL v COL x 61 3.23 1.34 12% 11th/21st
25 Cody Poteet NYY v LAD x 11 2.45 0.91 21% 23rd/4th
26 Daniel Lynch IV KCR v SEA x 12 1.50 0.75 13% 19th/25th
27 Griffin Canning LAA v HOU 63 4.69 1.37 8% 3rd/5th
28 Michael Lorenzen TEX v SFG 54 2.96 1.17 8% 17th/17th
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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Richard
9 days ago

Paul Third time that you have Peralta listed as a starter on the wrong date. I think he is starting on Saturday. Thanks