Last Night's Result
David Peterson really impresses me with this start. He was in serious trouble in the first inning and with his back against the wall, he was able to battle through it. From then on it was smooth sailing for Peterson. He ended up pitching five innings allowing only one hit and zero runs. He did get pulled though due to should discomfort so that is something to monitor.
What a day we have in store for today! We have three streaming options that I like! First up is my boy Pablo Lopez. Lopez has that filthy changeup and is a completely different pitcher at home. He draws the Braves who have been without both Acuna and Albeis making him a great option. Next, we have Framber Valdez who looks a lot better this year. He sports a 22.5 K-BB% which is very impressive. He faces the coldest offense in baseball currently. The Mariners not only have a 79 wRC+ in the last seven days but also a 63 wRC+ against left-handed pitchers. Lastly, we have Mr. Chad Kuhl. He draws the hardest matchup going into Cincy but their offense has been average and Kuhl's stats this year. Nine innings pitched a 2.00 ERA and a 34.3 K%. Small sample I know, but he has been exciting.
Day After Tomorrow's Pick
Adam Plutko? Maybe?
Stream Sheet (turn your phone sideways for a better view)
Link to Stream Sheet here.