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Ranking All of Today And Tomorrow’s SP Streamers – 9/5 & 9/6

Nick Pollack ranks every SP Streamer for today and tomorrow.

Here are your morning rankings for today’s starting pitcher options.

It’s not perfect and will be far from the actual results at the end of the day, though it should give guidance for those questioning who to slot into your lineup on a given day.

There is a second table for tomorrow’s starting pitcher matchups as well, helping everyone get a jump on their nightly pickups. Please note that these matchups are subject to change, though, and there will be times when I have the incorrect pitcher going. I thank you for your future understanding.

Pitchers highlighted in yellow = Possible streaming options.

 

Today’s Starting Pitcher Rankings

Today’s Starting Pitcher Rankings


Tomorrow’s Starting Pitcher Rankings

Tomorrow’s Starting Pitcher Rankings

(Photo by Keith Gillett/Icon Sportswire)

Nick Pollack

Founder of Pitcher List. Creator of CSW, The List, and SP Roundup. Worked with MSG, FanGraphs, CBS Sports, and Washington Post. Former college pitcher, travel coach, pitching coach, and Brandeis alum. Wants every pitcher to be dope.

4 responses to “Ranking All of Today And Tomorrow’s SP Streamers – 9/5 & 9/6”

  1. larry womack says:

    Would you stream Kuhl vs Cin- has 2.70 era with 15 K’s in 16 innings at home. Last time vs @ Cin-5 innings, 3 runs and 6 K’s.

    Not great but was on the road.

    Thanks

    • theKraken says:

      When I really don’t know I look at betting odds. Those people are the best in the world at guessing. I can’t imagine that you want to get too concerned about home/road splits unless you are talking COL. Look at the weather if you really care about the venue is another trick. No, I am not great at streaming haha. But, yeah I would entertain that move depending on the rest of the context.

  2. theKraken says:

    Was looking forward to what you had to say about JF yesterday. Evidence mounting that babying SP is bad for everyone. It does however embody the general trend of trying to make baseball more about micromanagement than letting the best players play the game. I am thinking that JF, WB and Dodgers Kenta Maeda are the best examples I can think of. Meanwhile you have guys like Lynn and Bauer that get ridden hard and seem to get better than their counterparts while also remaining healthier. It makes sense to me. The RP mentality is throwing over pitching and that is what you get when you don’t let guys face hitters.

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