GrimZeke007 wrote:What about Armas Jr. vs Grienke? They both play for weak offensive teams so there could be a good match.
I'd start them both since it will most likely be very low scoring.
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I'd also start them both. No question for Prior. Morris isn't a bad pitcher at all. He's been out of his control for the last few outings but I think he'll be able to pull off a great game against sosaless cubs.
I usually start them both especially if they are both good pitchers. With my luck this year, I usually end up with neither one of my pitchers getting the win but the % is in your favor to get 1 win. It is so hard to predict wins
I almost always start both of my pitchers on days like that. One has a good chance at getting the win. Speaking of wins, I think way too many people focus in on this a little too much. Give me a low era and whip guy over a high win guy any day of the week. Besides, there are other cats. other than wins you know...
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