hard to say for sure without knowing what your waiver wire generally looks like. But neither of thos guys seem worth holding onto to me.
Rubby is way to inconsistent. i dont see many situations where I hold onto him. You could get equal or better "counting stats" from just about any journeyman 2-start pitcher with decent matchups.....and he is more likely to hurt your "ratio stats" than help them.
If your league is fairly deep (ie: at least 12 teams with most of them active and at least 1/2 of them streaming on at least a limited basis) it might be worth keeping holloand.....especially since he plays for a good team that can help earn him some wins. But in most leagues I would hesitate to keep Holland for the same reasons mentioned above.
Once you've gone down the "streaming" road it's really hard to stop.....especially if other managers have jumped on the streaming band wagon. The chances of finding a guy....or two...that are actually worth holding onto is pretty slim (unless one of the other managers makes a mistake in who they drop for a 2-start pitcher......and it doesn't look like that is the case).
At this point, I think you have to commit to the streaming thing 100%.....with all the pros and cons that it entails. Just dont think twice about grabbing those marginal 2-start pitchers....and do whatever it takes to get the drop on some of your opponents to get those elite level "streamers" before somebody else does......if too many other managers are starting to stream, I would even consider looking ahead and grabbing some of the more desireable streamers a week ahead of time.
If somebody makes a mistake and somebody truly worth holding onto falls into your lap, great........otherwise, just accept that you will need to out-stream your competitors.
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