Here’s another look at some players that are off to fast starts that could be worth a look on your fantasy baseball team.
Rajai Davis, OF, Detroit Tigers
Davis is hitting .288 with 10 runs. His real value comes from his seven stolen bases.
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.
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.
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.
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.
David Murphy, OF, Cleveland Indians
Murphy has slowed a little, but he’s hitting .291 with 15 RBI.
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.

Wade Miley
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.
Season Totals:  5-6, 113 IP, 88 Ks, 4.14 ERA (52 earned runs), 1.42 WHIP (116 hits, 45 walks)

Jason Hammel
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.
Season Totals:  4-6, 107 IP, 86 Ks, 4.21 ERA (50 earned runs), 1.44 WHIP (110 hits, 44 walks)


Zach McAllister
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.
Season Totals:  3-6, 101 IP, 80 Ks, 4.37 ERA (49 earned runs), 1.46 WHIP (106 hits, 41 walks)

Jesse Chavez
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.
Season Totals:  3-6, 95.1 IP, 75 Ks, 4.25 ERA (45 earned runs), 1.41 WHIP (98 hits, 36 walks)

King Felix
Here’s a breakdown of the two-start pitchers for the week of April 21st-27th.
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
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
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
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
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


Roenis Elias
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.
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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