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May 17, 2012 posted by Albert Lang

2012 Fantasy Baseball Pitch or Ditch for Friday, May 18, 2012

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Jered Weaver, Los Angeles Angels 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.

As of printing, the Kansas City Royals had not named Friday’s starter.

No Brainer Pitch
Justin Verlander home against Pittsburgh Pirates
Jered Weaver at San Diego Padres
Cole Hamels home against Boston Red Sox
James Shields home against Atlanta Braves
Tommy Hanson at Tampa Bay Rays
Ricky Romero home against New York Mets

Conditional Pitch (depends on depth of league)
Neftali Feliz at Houston Astros
Jeff Samardzija home against Chicago White Sox
Ted Lilly home against St. Louis Cardinals
Lance Lynn at Los Angeles Dodgers

Conditional Ditch (depends on depth of league)
Carlos Zambrano at Cleveland Indians
Jarrod Parker at San Francisco Giants
Marco Estrada home against Minnesota Twins
Edwin Jackson home against Baltimore Orioles
Barry Zito home against Oakland Athletics
Daniel Bard at Philadelphia Phillies
Phil Humber at Chicago Cubs
Jake Arrieta at Washington Nationals
Justin Masterson home against Miami Marlins
A.J. Burnett at Detroit Tigers
Scott Diamond at Milwaukee Brewers
Alex White home against Seattle Mariners

No Brainer Ditch
Jon Niese at Toronto Blue Jays
Kevin Millwood at Colorado Rockies
Joe Saunders at Kansas City Royals
Andy Pettitte home against Cincinnati Reds
Bronson Arroyo at New York Yankees
Jeff Suppan home against Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Aneury Rodriguez home against Texas Rangers

Albert has been playing and arguing about baseball and fantasy sports since 2002. Since 1982, he has also been largely miserable (here’s looking at you Armando Benitez) because of the Orioles and Eagles. Albert has won leagues and lost leagues, but he has the most fun debating player values. Albert typically plays in several baseball and football leagues a year. He also is an avid baseball card collector and writes about older players and their historical value relative to the Hall of Fame and their peers/current players. When not harassing league mates with trades and analyzing what categories his team performs poorly in, Albert is a communications professional in Washington, D.C. Follow Albert on Twitter @h2h_corner. He has an awesome puppy named Charlotte. You can find all of Albert's work at http://h2hcorner.wordpress.com/.
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