Streamer Of The Day 7/1

Morning Read: Awesome pick Twitter! Well, it's official, Jon Gray has broken Coors Field this year. In 50.1 innings pitched he holds a 3.22 ERA, 4.69 FIP, 1.03 WHIP, and 22.5K% at home. Every year there seems to be one Rockies pitcher who pitches better at home and while there are a few this year, Gray is at the forefront. For Gray owners, keep throwing him out there at home.

Today's Streamer: Today, we are provided with a small slate and very few options. Most of which are horrible options. Actually, all of them are pretty terrible. It's so bad that our best option and main pick only gets a 6.7 rating and that is Dane Dunning. Dunning's breaking balls are the bee's knees and both of them induce above-average whiffs. The problem is his fastball and I keep waiting for it to take a back seat in his repertoire. Regardless, he gets the Athletics and I am just hoping he gets us strikeouts. I am doing a late addition here and adding Merrill Kelly. He has been pitching well as of late and the Giants aren't as great when on the road.

Shallow League Option: When you don't know who to pick you look for the best skillset and while the Nationals are a tough offense our pick goes to Tony Gonsolin. I've talked in the past about how good his stuff is in terms of movement so I won't bore you with it here. But I think overall he gives you the best shot if he is still somehow on the waiver wire.

Deep League Option: Dane Dunning and Merrill Kelly.

Looking For Strikeouts: Tony Gonsolin, Dane Dunning, and Griffin Canning.

Looking For Quality Starts: Johnny Cueto.

Looking For Wins: Tony Gonsolin.

Looking For Ratios: Can I say no one? No? Okay fine. Tony Gonsolin and Dane Dunning.

Tomorrow's Streamers: JT Brubaker, Logan Gilbert, Zach Thompson, and Adrian Houser.

The Day After: Patrick Sandoval, Jake Odorizzi, Ross Stripling, and Kyle Muller.

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