FANTASY BASEBALL Daily Pitcher Rankings (April 27th)


Daily Pitcher Rankings (April 27th)

By Muntradamus


Huston Street picks up the save to move my record to 4-1 on my last 5 closers.  If Hector Santiago would have converted Wednesday I would be on fire.


C: Kelly Shoppach
1B: Paul Konerko
2B: Dustin Pedroia
SS: Mike Aviles
3B: Kevin Youkilis
OF: Jason Kubel
OF: Carlos Gonzalez
OF: Yoenis Cespedes
SP: Drew Pomeranz


WEEK 4 Articles:

Thursday: Closers Who Cannot Close (RP Rankings)


Monday: 5 Falling Player Values

Sunday: That Shh’ Bay – Weekly Waiver Wire

Saturday: Pitcher Trade Market


Friday 4/27

(All Records are for the week)



Carlos Gonzalez vs. NYM

Monday: Mike Moustakas vs. Tor – (2-4) 2B
Tuesday: Cody Ross @ Min- (0-4) RBI

Wednesday: Matt Holliday @ CHC – (0-4)
Thursday: Carlos Pena vs. LAA – (0-3)




Sleeper of the Day: (2-2) 19.2 INN. 16 ER. 10 Ks. 1 W

*A QS or W= Win
*A Bad Start or Loss= Loss


Drew Pomeranz vs. NYM

Monday: Jair Jurrjens @ LAD – 3 INN. 5 ER. O Ks

Tuesday: Bud Norris @ Mil- 5.2 INN. 7 ER. 6 Ks

Wednesday: Bronson Arroyo vs. SF – 6 INN. 1 ER. 2 Ks

Thursday: Felix Doubront @ CWS6 INN. 3 ER. 2 Ks. W



Guess That Save of the Day: (3-1)

Longest Streak= 3W.    Current Streak= 1W.


Francisco Cordero vs. Sea

Mon: Francisco Cordero @ KC (S) – I expect Chen to keep the score close enough where Cordero will have to come in and save the game.  Twice in two days.
Tues: Henry Rodriguez @ SD (S) – Gio will outpitch Richard, which in return will lead to a H-Rod save.  Keep my two game streak alive.

Wed: Hector Santiago @ Oak (BS)- Not guaranteed he will convert the save, but I expect Sale and Parker to make the game close enough where he will be needed.  I will try to get my longest streak of the season, last time I was at three games was the first three games to start the season.
Thursday: Huston Street vs. Was (S) – I expect Jackson and Volquez to duel, with Street getting an easy save.



Locks: (2-3)
*Anything but a Win, is a loss for my record.

1. Roy Halladay vs. CHC


Start’em: (12-4)

*A QS or W= Win
*A Bad Start or Loss= Loss

2. Clayton Kershaw vs. Was

3. Ricky Romero vs. Sea

4. Tommy Hanson vs. Pitt

5. Jered Weaver @ Cle

6. Justin Verlander @ NYY


50/50: (70-15)
*A QS or ND = Win.
*A Loss or Bad Start = A loss.

7. Wandy Rodriguez @ Cin

8. Corey Luebke @ SF

9. Yovani Gallardo @ Stl

10. Brandon McCarthy @ Bal

11. Ivan Nova vs. Det

12. Jake Arrieta vs. Oak

13. Justin Masterson vs. LAA

14. Jake Westbrook vs. Mil

15. A.J. Burnett @ Atl

16. James Shields @ Tex

17. Ross Detwiller @ LAD

18. Daniel Bard @ CWS

19. Mike Leake vs. Hou

20. Blake Beaven @ Tor

21. Matt Harrison vs. TB

22. Eric Hacker vs. SD

23. Carl Pavano vs. KC



*A Loss for the SP=a win for my record.
*A Win for the SP= a loss for my record.
*IF NO WIN/LOSS=QS is a Loss for my record.  Bad Start is a Win for my record.

24. John Danks vs. Bos

25. Evertt Teaford @ Min

26. Paul Maholm vs. STL

27. Chris Schwinden @ Col



  1. Hey Muntra,

    What do you think of Bryce Harper’s value this season? Any projections on his numbers? And would you drop a struggling player like Ike Davis for him? Do you think Ike can turn it around?

  2. Joe I will answer that question about Harper more in depth with the waiver wire that comes out Sunday. If you want me to throw rough numbers at you, 16 HRs & 70 RBIs is something that is definitely within reach.

    I think Davis can turn it around, I would wait another week before cutting him. If you can join the Bryce bandwagon now, you might as well as there will be other “Ike Davis’s” on your waiver wire. Only a few “Bryce Harper’s.”

    Harper could get sent down again if he under-performs, I would take that chance now he finds a full-time gig.

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