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Tomorrow is the thinnest Thursday of the season
The pitching choices are feeling more flawed than normal
Options aplenty for the start of the week.
On to the weekend
Tomorrow looks like an offense-oriented day
Thin Thursday comes tomorrow, although there are plenty of power hitters available.
Philadelphia must walk a fine line between rebuilding and going for broke or else risk plunging into the abyss.
We have entered the part of the season where easy decisions are few and far between
Get ready for another active week
The Grind is back from a one-day hiatus
There is a lot going on tomorrow
Grinding our way through May
Taking it one day at a time
Tomorrow's pitchers look iffy.
One month down...
The Marlins lineup just keeps get better. Not.
A new week and a new grind
With the standings about as predicted, what else is worth examining in this division?
A full suite of choices over the next two days
Plenty of options for the next two days
A rain out yesterday gives us some pitchers for today
Double header day
Today marks the start of a new, semi-regular feature that should spice up the column
Tomorrow looks like a good day for streaming
Busy times for streaming
It's another weather day
A few options but not the deepest of days.
Tomorrow is another gorgeous day for hitter streaming
A trio of ugly weather games to avoid today...
Rain, rain go away
More April showers in the mix today
Avoid most games in the Midwest today
The weather is finally nice with only a couple of possible April showers
I know one player you won't be streaming
There was plenty of offense yesterday despite a chill.
Now we're getting somewhere. Streaming may commence in earnest.
Yesterday's games didn't actually count, so you don't get credit for Bryce Harper's two home runs. It was all an elaborate April Fool's joke on fantasy owners.
It's the real Opening Day. The one where I can tile four games at once on my computer.
The Daily Grind will be back soon!
Do the Phillies have enough left in the tank for one last hurrah?
More players on the fantasy fringe to watch
Knowing where to find value in a pinch can make or break a season