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Here’s another look at some players that are off to fast starts that could be worth a look on your fantasy baseball team.
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Rajai Davis, OF, Detroit Tigers
Davis is hitting .288 with 10 runs. His real value comes from his seven stolen bases.
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Conor Gillaspie, 3B, Chicago White Sox
Gillaspie is hitting .302 with eight runs and 12 RBI. He’s a decent fill-in for your corner infield slot.
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Alcides Escobar, SS, Kansas City Royals
Escobar is hitting .305 with eight runs, eight RBI and two stolen bases. He has SB potential for your middle infield slot.
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Kevin Kouzmanoff, 3B, Texas Rangers
Kouzmanoff is filling in admirably for Adrian Beltre. He’s hitting .370 with a pair of home runs and 10 RBI.
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Russell Martin, C, Pittsburgh Pirates
Martin is hitting .269 with nine runs, two HRs and 11 RBI. He can be a decent backup catcher for fantasy owners.
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David Murphy, OF, Cleveland Indians
Murphy has slowed a little, but he’s hitting .291 with 15 RBI.
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Mark Reynolds, 1B/3B, Milwaukee Brewers
You’ll have to live with Reynolds’ .214 batting average, but with five HRs he can add some pop to your lineup.
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Wade Miley
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Wade Miley, Arizona Diamondbacks @ Chicago Cubs
Miley is 2-2 with a 4.35 ERA. He’s pitching on the road where 1-0 with a 1.93 ERA vs. 1-2 at home with a 6.35 ERA. Last year he had a 3.09 road ERA against a 4.15 home mark.
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Season Totals:  5-6, 113 IP, 88 Ks, 4.14 ERA (52 earned runs), 1.42 WHIP (116 hits, 45 walks)
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Jason Hammel
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Jason Hammel, Chicago Cubs vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Hammel is 2-1 with a 3.05 ERA and a 0.73 WHIP. He has 16 Ks in 20.2 innings. He has two of the Cubs five wins. The D’back also have just five wins.
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Season Totals:  4-6, 107 IP, 86 Ks, 4.21 ERA (50 earned runs), 1.44 WHIP (110 hits, 44 walks)
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Zach McAllister
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Zach McAllister, Cleveland Indians vs. Kansas City Royals
McAllister is 2-0 with a 2.04 ERA and a 1.19 WHIP. He has thrown 7.2 scoreless innings at home. He’s 4-3 lifetime in April with a 2.83 ERA.
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Season Totals:  3-6, 101 IP, 80 Ks, 4.37 ERA (49 earned runs), 1.46 WHIP (106 hits, 41 walks)
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Jesse Chavez
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Jesse Chavez, Oakland A’s vs. Houston Astros
Chavez is winless in three starts, but has a 1.35 ERA and a 0.85 WHIP with quality starts against the Mariners, Twins and Angels. He threw 6.1 scoreless innings against the Astros last year.
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Season Totals:  3-6, 95.1 IP, 75 Ks, 4.25 ERA (45 earned runs), 1.41 WHIP (98 hits, 36 walks)
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King Felix
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Here’s a breakdown of the two-start pitchers for the week of April 21st-27th.
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Five Stars
Adam Wainwright: @NYM, PIT
Chris Sale: @DET, TB
Cliff Lee: @LAD, @ARI
Felix Hernandez: HOU, TEX
Julio Teheran: MIA, CIN
Justin Verlander: CWS, @MIN
Yu Darvish: @OAK, @SEA
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Four Stars
Andrew Cashner: @MIL, @WAS
Anibal Sanchez: CWS, @MIN
Francisco Liriano: CIN, @STL
Hyun-Jin Ryu: PHI, COL
James Shields: @CLE, @BAL
Johnny Cueto: @PIT, @ATL
Masahiro Tanaka: @BOS, LAA
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Three Stars
Edinson Volquez: CIN, @STL
Garrett Richards: @WAS, @NYY
Ian Kennedy: @MIL, @WAS
Jason Hammel: ARI , @MIL )
Jon Lester: NYY, @TOR
Tom Koehler: @ATL  @NYM
Travis Wood: ARI, @MIL
Wily Peralta: SD, CHC
Zach McAllister: KC, @SF
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Two Stars
A.J. Burnett: @LAD  @ARI
Clay Buchholz: BAL  @TOR
Dallas Keuchel: @SEA, OAK
Dan Straily: TEX, @HOU
Dillon Gee: STL, MIA
Jake Odorizzi: MIN, @CWS
John Danks: @DET, TB
Jorge De La Rosa: SF, @LAD
Miguel Gonzalez: @TOR, KC
Mike Leake: @PIT, @ATL
R.A. Dickey: BAL, BOS
Scott Feldman: @SEA, OAK
Tanner Roark: LAA, SD
Taylor Jordan: LAA  SD
Tommy Milone: TEX, @HOU
Wei-Yin Chen: @BOS  KC
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One Star
Brandon McCarthy: @CHC, PHI
Bronson Arroyo: @CHC, PHI
Danny Salazar: KC, @SF
Jenrry Mejia: STL, MIA
Jeremy Guthrie: @CLE, @BAL
Mike Pelfrey: @TB, DFT
Paul Maholm: PHI, COL
Ryan Vogelsong: @COL, CLE

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Roenis Elias
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Roenis Elias, Seattle Mariners @ Miami Marlins
Elias is 1-1 with a 2.16 ERA and a 1.02 WHIP. A favorable matchup with the Marlins should keep him on a roll.
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Season Totals:  2-6, 89.1 IP, 72 Ks, 4.53 ERA (45 earned runs), 1.43 WHIP (94 hits, 34 walks)
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