SleepersApril 16, 2011

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By David Bay

Today’s version of streaming sleepers will be short since I made it out to watch Brandon McCarthy (my streamer in two leagues) have his start ruined by another blown save. Bob Geren is a terrible manager, but that’s for another article. McCarthy passed the eye test and I’m glad I’ve had him all season as a sleeper. Unfortunately, J.A. Happ didn’t fare as well, giving up four earned in seven innings; we’ll have his full line tomorrow. On to our streamer for Sunday, and this was a pretty easy pick…

Michael Pineda (SEA) – 45%

Usually we’re streaming against Seattle, but on Sunday we’ll go with their starter who was fantastic his last time out and will likely be ineligible for our purposes in his next start. In his last appearance, he only allowed one run pitching into the eighth inning while striking out seven batters. Look for more of the same Sunday in Kansas City.

David Bay has a BA in Economics from San Jose State University and has been playing fantasy sports since 2004. You can keep track of his work at or on the forums under the username BayBear.
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4 Responses to “Streamers 4/17”

  1. Padsin05 says:

    Id stream Francis

  2. User avatar Fenam says:

    Litsch for me. Both those guys aren’t available.

  3. User avatar BayBear says:

    I like Francis too, but I was too busy for a full article or else he would have been a secondary option. Litsch is solid too, he was my streamer in his last start.

  4. User avatar BayBear says:

    Actually, I don’t really like Litsch in Boston. The park is a hitter’s haven and I’d rather go with Brad Penny in Oakland.


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