The daily grind: 7-16 part 2

If you somehow landed here without seeing today’s picks, you can find them here.

Tomorrow’s Grind

Team Player Handedness Opposing pitcher   Team Player Handedness Opposing pitcher
Athletics         Astros      
  Brandon Moss L Roy Oswalt     Chris Johnson R Ross Ohlendorf
  Jemile Weeks S Roy Oswalt     J.D. Martinez R Ross Ohlendorf
  Seth Smith L Roy Oswalt     Jordan Schafer L Ross Ohlendorf
Blue Jays         Brewers      
  Rajai Davis R CC Sabathia     Norichika Aoki L Joe Kelly
Orioles         Cubs      
  Jim Thome L Sam Deduno     Tony Campana L Anibal Sanchez
Rangers           David DeJesus L Anibal Sanchez
  David Murphy L Bartolo Colon   Giants      
Rays           Brandon Belt L Jair Jurrjens
  Luke Scott L Josh Tomlin   Marlins      
  Carlos Pena L Josh Tomlin     Carlos Lee R Travis Wood
Red Sox           Justin Ruggiano R Travis Wood
  Daniel Nava S Philip Humber   Mets      
  Ryan Sweeney L Philip Humber     Scott Hairston R Ross Detwiler
  Cody Ross R Philip Humber   Nationals      
Royals           Tyler Moore R Jon Niese
  Salvador Perez R TBA   Padres      
  Alcides Escobar R TBA     Yasmani Grandal S Jordan Lyles
  Lorenzo Cain R TBA     Carlos Quentin R Jordan Lyles
Tigers           Cameron Maybin R Jordan Lyles
  Ryan Raburn R TBA     Chris Denorfia R Jordan Lyles
  Delmon Young R TBA   Phillies      
  Brennan Boesch L TBA     Juan Pierre L TBA
  Quentin Berry L TBA   Pirates      
Twins           Casey McGehee R Christian Friedrich
  Ryan Doumit S Zach Britton   Rockies      
  Denard Span L Zach Britton     Marco Scutaro R Eric Bedard
  Ben Revere L Zach Britton     Tyler Colvin R Eric Bedard
White Sox           Willin Rosaio R Eric Bedard
  Dayan Viciedo R Jon Lester          
  Andruw Jones R Brett Cecil          

TBA appears to be busy tomorrow.

The unsponsored picks for tomorrow include:

Pitcher (to start): He’s owned for fantasy purposes, but I like the prospect of Matt Moore against a somewhat lefty heavy Indians lineup. Jon Niese, Ross Detwiler and Travis Wood are all perfectly acceptable streaming options.

Pitcher (bum): Could the Yankees form the much dreaded Bugs Bunny Conga Line against Brett Cecil? Might the Red Sox match the Yankees fervor against Philip Humber?

Hitter (power): The ghost of Andruw Jones is known to be particularly lethal to mediocre lefties like Cecil. Plenty of alternatives in the power department tomorrow like Scott Hairston, Jim Thome, Brandon Moss, Seth Smith, and Tyler Moore.

Hitter (speed): Besides the usual suspects, I see Tony Campana and Cameron Maybin as nice stolen base picks.

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  1. duder said...

    Two things:

    Colvin is a lefty.

    Moore for some reason is garbage against lefties. Maybe why he got battered in his last start vs. the Indians. He has been better at home though, so he’s got that going for him.

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