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July 11, 2012 posted by Albert Lang

2012 Fantasy Baseball Pitch or Ditch for Friday, July 13, 2012

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James McDonald, Pittsburgh Pirates SP

The starting pitchers within in each grouping are ranked according to trustworthiness, i.e., you should start the top pitcher under conditional pitch above any other conditional pitch starter and so on.

At the time of publishing, the LA Angels had not named their starter for Friday. In addition, the Mets named Dillon Gee as their Friday starter – he was recently placed on the DL.

No Brainer Pitch
Clayton Kershaw home against San Diego Padres
Zack Greinke home against Pittsburgh Pirates
Jordan Zimmermann at Miami Marlins
Josh Johnson home against Washington Nationals
Cliff Lee at Colorado Rockies
Madison Bumgarner home against Houston Astros

Conditional Pitch (depends on depth of league)
Adam Wainwright at Cincinnati Reds
James McDonald at Milwaukee Brewers
Tim Hudson home against New York Mets
Derek Holland at Seattle Mariners
Wandy Rodriguez at San Francisco Giants
Mat Latos home against St. Louis Cardinals
Hiroki Kuroda home against Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Ian Kennedy at Chicago Cubs

Conditional Ditch (depends on depth of league)
Francisco Liriano home against Oakland Athletics
Jason Hammel home against Detroit Tigers
Doug Fister at Baltimore Orioles
Ricky Romero home against Cleveland Indians
Jose Quintana at Kansas City Royals
Jeremy Hellickson home against Boston Red Sox
Bruce Chen home against Chicago White Sox
Paul Maholm home against Arizona Diamondbacks
Clayton Richard at Los Angeles Dodgers
Justin Masterson at Toronto Blue Jays
A.J. Griffin at Minnesota Twins
Kevin Millwood home against Texas Rangers

No Brainer Ditch
Franklin Morales at Tampa Bay Rays
Christian Friedrich home against Philadelphia Phillies

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