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Fantasy Forecaster updated Sunday, Aug. Nike Air Max Womens 90 Black and White . 7, at 2:22 p.m. ET.On tap: Its a key week for the Miami Marlins?--?buyers at the July 31 trade deadline and a team tied for the second wild-card spot entering play on Aug. 7, but also a team that was swept by the Chicago Cubs, owners of the National Leagues best record -- on the road from Aug. 1-3, and one that has lost four of five so far in August. The Marlins now return home to Marlins Park to play a pair of three-game series, one against the NL West-leading San Francisco Giants and the other against the Chicago White Sox, with Jose Fernandez as their two-start pitcher for Week 18 (and the entirety of their home stand). As the Giants are only 6-14 since the All-Star break, this might be an ideal time for the Marlins to draw them as opponents.Zack Greinke, who since the beginning of 2014 has the majors second-most wins (46), third-best ERA (2.46) and fourth-best WHIP (1.03) among pitchers with at least 20 starts during that time span, is expected to rejoin the Arizona Diamondbacks rotation during the teams week-opening series at the New York Mets. Greinke is scheduled to return Aug. 9, in time for a two-start week, with his second turn on Aug. 14 at Bostons Fenway Park. Strangely, itll be only Greinkes second career start at Fenway; thats the fewest he has made in any venue that has been open for the entirety of his career (he also has only one career start at New Yorks Yankee Stadium).Well have two possible World Series previews -- at least if you consider battles of interleague division leaders that -- as the Cleveland Indians, tops in the American League Central, will visit the Washington Nationals, leaders in the NL East, for two games from Aug. 9-10, while the Baltimore Orioles, tied for first in the AL East, play three road contests against the Giants from Aug. 12-14. Though the projected pitching matchups in either series are lopsided, favoring the NL squads, well see two of the top contenders for the NL Cy Young work in them: The Nationals Max Scherzer faces the Indians on Aug. 9, while the Giants Madison Bumgarner faces the Orioles on Aug. 13.Amongst the weeks schedule oddities: The Nationals are the only team to play as few as five games in Week 18, mostly as a result of that week-opening interleague series.Quickly jump to any section, if you want specific intelESPN lineup deadlinesInterleague impactProjected starting pitchersPitching scuttlebuttWeek 18 pitcher rankingsHitting ratingsHitting advantagesESPN leagues: Lineup deadlinesFor the third consecutive week, Mondays schedule is comprised entirely of night games. Week 18 begins at 7:07 p.m. ET with Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays, so fantasy owners in weekly leagues have a little extra time to set their lineups.Remember that game times have tremendous influence upon daily planning, so be aware of every days first scheduled pitch. This week, they are:Monday, Aug. 8: 7:07 p.m. ET (Rays at Blue Jays) Tuesday, Aug. 9: 3:10 p.m. ET (Texas Rangers at Colorado Rockies, the Tuesdays only day game) Wednesday, Aug. 10: 12:10 p.m. ET (Giants at Marlins, one of three day games) Thursday, Aug. 11: 12:10 p.m. ET (Diamondbacks at Mets, one of six day games) Friday, Aug. 12: 2:20 p.m. ET (St. Louis Cardinals at Cubs, the days only day game) Saturday, Aug. 13: 1:05 p.m. ET (Rays at New York Yankees, one of four day games) Sunday, Aug. 14: 1:05 p.m. ET (Rays at Yankees, one of 14 day games)Interleague impactThis weeks interleague series:Rangers at Rockies (2 games, Aug. 8-9)Indians at Nationals (2 games, Aug. 9-10)Los Angeles Angels at Cubs (2 games, Aug. 9-10)Rockies at Rangers (2 games, Aug. 10-11)Orioles at Giants (3 games, Aug. 12-14)Diamondbacks at Boston Red Sox (3 games, Aug. 12-14)White Sox at Marlins (3 games, Aug. 12-14)Orioles traditional DH, 3 games in NL ballparks: Pedro Alvarez, who has 17 of the Orioles past 23 starts at DH, though Mark Trumbo has five of the other six. Trumbo will simply shift to right field, as he often does (and in fact did for all three games during the teams last series at an NL ballpark), July 4-6 at Los Angeles Dodger Stadium. Alvarez, however, began on the bench in all three of those games in L.A., two of which were against right-handed starters, and hes likely to do so again in San Francisco. Hell probably also begin on the bench Aug. 10 against lefty Dillon Overton, meaning Alvarez will likely get three starts in Week 18 and be at best an AL-only option.Diamondbacks probable DH(s), 3 games in AL ballparks: Rickie Weeks has all four of the Diamondbacks DH starts this season, two apiece against right- and left-handed starters, and with lefties Eduardo Rodriguez and David Price on the schedule in the series at Boston, Weeks is likely to start at least those two and probably all three. Expect 3-4 starts for Weeks, making him an NL-only plug-in.White Soxs traditional DH, 3 games in NL ballparks: Justin Morneau, who has 14 of the teams 20 starts at DH since he joined the team on July 15. He didnt start either of the teams July 27-28 games at Chicagos Wrigley Field, however, despite the opposing Cubs starting a pair of right-handers, so Morneau will presumably make only the three starts at Kansas City. Hes a weak AL-only choice as a result.Rangers traditional DH, 2 games in NL ballparks: Carlos Beltran and Shin-Soo Choo are expected to rotate between right field and DH going forward, with Beltran probably getting more of the time at DH, so this series at Colorados Coors Field comes at a particularly inopportune time from a roster maneuvering perspective. The team might well play the matchups game, as the opposing Rockies will start both a right- and left-hander, which will potentially chip away at the playing time of Nomar Mazara, Choo, Mitch Moreland and Jurickson Profar. Theres that key word, though, chip: Profar is the only one whose value might dip into the deep-mixed/AL-only bin, where youll also find platoon types Ryan Rua and Delino DeShields.Indians traditional DH, 2 games in NL ballparks: Mike Napoli and Carlos Santana have rotated between first base and DH for the Indians past 45 games at American League ballparks, with Napoli getting the greater number of starts at first base and Santana at DH (28-17 split). Napoli also started at first base in two of the Indians three games at Atlantas Turner Field June 28-30, despite the opposing Atlanta Braves starting only right-handers. Still, it seems probable that Santana will start the Aug. 9 game and Napoli Aug. 10, meaning each player will lose one start and be somewhat less attractive in standard leagues.Angels traditional DH, 2 games in NL ballparks: Albert Pujols, who has started each of the Angels past 17 games in NL ballparks. Thatll likely be the same arrangement at Chicagos Wrigley Field, meaning Jefry Martes usage in fantasy should be limited to AL-only leagues.Rockies probable DH(s), 2 games in AL ballparks: Gerardo Parra (DL: ankle) is on a rehabilitation assignment with Triple-A Albuquerque and might be ready to rejoin the Rockies in time for their series in Texas, in which case he and Ryan Raburn might split the two DH starts, as the Rangers will start a right- and left-hander. Daniel Descalso might pick up the Aug. 11 start against Lucas Harrell otherwise. None of the three, however, has a clear enough path to regular playing time to warrant activating for Week 18.Projected starting pitchersThe chart below lists each of the 30 MLB teams schedules and projected starting pitchers, and provides a projected Bill James Game Score for each days starter.Projected starting pitchers, Aug. 8-14 P: The starting pitchers projected Bill James Game Score, accounting for past history (three years worth as well as past 21 days), opponent and ballpark. A 50 is typically deemed a quality start by this measure, while a 70 is considered a dominant start.Pitching scuttlebuttYankees: Luis Severino will join the Yankees rotation beginning on Aug. 9, assuming Ivan Novas former spot (most recently occupied by Chad Green).Blue Jays: Despite the addition of Francisco Liriano, the Blue Jays claim they will not shift Aaron Sanchez to the bullpen, giving them a six-man rotation at least through Week 18.Indians: Mike Clevinger has been serving as the Indians fifth starter, but the team could either replace him during Week 18 or use the Aug. 8 off day to push him back as far as Aug. 13.Tigers:?With?Jordan Zimmermann (DL: lat) and?Mike Pelfrey (DL: back) sidelined, Daniel Norris?will join the Tigers rotation beginning on Aug. 9.Kansas City Royals: Thanks to their Aug. 8 off day, the Royals will push Dillon Gee back in their Week 18 rotation, to Aug. 13.Houston Astros: Joe Musgrove will fill in for Lance McCullers (DL: elbow) on Aug. 7, presumably setting Musgrove up for an Aug. 12 start during Week 18.Los Angeles Angels: After the Angels designated Tim Lincecum for assignment on Aug. 6, theyll need a fifth starter no later than Aug. 13. Jhoulys Chacin and Nate Smith are the leading candidates to assume that spot.Oakland Athletics: After the Athletics placed Jesse Hahn (DL: shoulder) on the DL Aug. 5 and demoted Dillon Overton to Triple-A Nashville on Aug. 6, the team will need fill-ins for both Aug. 9 and 10, and they might for Aug. 11 as well should Sonny Gray (forearm) be unable to make his next start. Jharel Cotton and Ross Detwiler are the teams Nashville starters on schedule for Aug. 9 and 10, making them candidates, and the team could also consider Zach Neal, currently a member of the big-league bullpen, or Daniel Mengden, who pitched Aug. 6 for Nashville, on three or four days rest Aug. 10-11.Seattle Mariners: Taijuan Walker (DL: foot) rejoined the Mariners rotation on Aug. 6, lining him up for an Aug. 12 start during Week 18.?Meanwhile, Wade LeBlanc, who has been serving as the teams fifth starter recently, is the leading candidate to fill in the next time the team needs one on Aug. 9.Braves:?With Julio Teheran (DL: back) sidelined, Roberto Hernandez made a spot start for the Braves on Aug. 6. That spot in the rotation next arrives on Aug. 11, but its unclear whether Hernandez will make that start or the team will replace him with Matt Wisler, Ryan Weber, Chris Ellis or?Sean Newcomb.Philadelphia Phillies: Jake Thompson replaced?Aaron Nola (DL: elbow) in the Phillies rotation on Aug. 6, lining him up for an Aug. 12 start during Week 18.Nationals: The Nationals are expected to use only four starters during Week 18 due to Aug. 8 and 11 off days, meaning that Joe Ross (DL: shoulder), who is expected to make one more minor league rehabilitation start for Triple-A Syracuse, will likely rejoin the rotation during Week 19.Cubs: The Cubs swapped John Lackey and Jason Hammel in their rotation on Aug. 9-10, in order to give Hammel, who was recently activated from bereavement leave, some extra rest.Pittsburgh Pirates: The Pirates moved Jeff Locke to the bullpen, and theyre expected to promote Chad Kuhl to assume his rotation spot beginning on Aug. 9.Diamondbacks:?Greinke (DL: oblique) made a rehabilitation start for Triple-A Reno on Aug. 3 and will rejoin the Diamondbacks rotation on Aug. 9.Los Angeles Dodgers: With Bud Norris (back) questionable, the Dodgers likely need a fill-in for Aug. 6, with Jose De Leon and Ross Stripling the two most obvious choices. It is unclear whether either would then pitch the next time that spot in the rotation arrives on Aug. 12, whether the team would use the Aug. 11 off day to skip it, or whether Norris or Julio Urias could be a candidate to fill in. Rich Hill (DL: blister), meanwhile, is expected to join the Dodgers rotation on Aug. 7, setting him up for an Aug. 13 start during Week 18.Tristans Week 18 pitcher rankings1. Jose Fernandez (MIA) -- Mon-SF (Cueto), Sun-CWS (Sale)2. Chris Sale (CWS) -- Tue-@KC (Volquez), Sun-@MIA (Fernandez)3. Max Scherzer (WSH) -- Tue-CLE (Bauer), Sun-ATL (Jenkins)4. Noah Syndergaard (NYM) -- Thu-ARI (Shipley)5. Jacob deGrom (NYM) -- Sat-SD (Cosart)6. Madison Bumgarner (SF) -- Sat-BAL (Gausman)7. Stephen Strasburg (WSH) -- Fri-ATL (Foltynewicz)8. Kenta Maeda (LAD) -- Tue-PHI (Velasquez), Sun-PIT (Kuhl)9. Jake Arrieta (CHC) -- Fri-STL (Wainwright)10. Justin Verlander (DET) -- Wed-@SEA (Hernandez)11. Steven Matz (NYM) -- Tue-ARI (Greinke), Sun-SD (Perdomo)12. Johnny Cueto (SF) -- Mon-@MIA (Fernandez), Sun-BAL (Miley)13. Chris Archer (TB) -- Fri-@NYY (Sabathia)14. Brandon McCarthy (LAD) -- Fri-PIT (Nova)15. David Price (BOS) -- Sat-ARI (Bradley)16. Zack Greinke (ARI) -- Tue-@NYM (Matz), Sun-@BOS (Porcello): Its the second matchup thats the doozy. Greinke recently admitted that he struggles in minor league rehabilitation stints and his initial big-league starts fresh off the DL, but hes also being awfully hard on himself for whats an especially small sample. He had only two starts fresh off lengthy DL stints in the past five seasons, posting Game Scores of 39 (5/4/11) and 58 (5/15/13), and since 2010, he made only six minor league rehab starts, averaging a Game Score of 46. Dont sweat it; start him with confidence.17. Jon Lester (CHC) -- Thu-STL (Martinez)18. Danny Duffy (KC) -- Thu-CWS (Gonzalez)19. Drew Pomeranz (BOS) -- Wed-NYY (Eovaldi): The rebuilding Yankees arent a threatening team against left-handed pitching, with the majors worst well-hit average against them since July 1 (.098). They do make contact, which lowers Pomeranzs ceiling, but this matchups a go.20. Gerrit Cole (PIT) -- Sat-@LAD (TBD)21. Jon Gray (COL) -- Fri-@PHI (Thompson): Ignore the Phillies recent uptick offensively, at least when it comes to their right-handed opponents. The Phillies have .192/.267/.317 triple-slash rates, a 24.1 percent strikeout rate and a major league-worst .263 well-hit average against righties since the All-Star break.22. Jose Quintana (CWS) -- Wed-@KC (Kennedy)23. Corey Kluber (CLE) -- Fri-LAA (Shoemaker)24. Jameson Taillon (PIT) -- Thu-SD (Friedrich)25. Scott Kazmir (LAD) -- Wed-PHI (Hellickson)26. Vince Velasquez (PHI) -- Tue-@LAD (Maeda)27. Carlos Carrasco (CLE) -- Sat-LAA (TBD)28. Michael Fulmer (DET) -- Mon-@SEA (Iwakuma), Sun-@TEX (Griffin)29. Sean Manaea (OAK) -- Fri-SEA (Walker)30. Dallas Keuchel (HOU) -- Wed-@MIN (Santana): Just ... be careful. The Twins, since July 1, rank among the top five in the majors against lefties in wOBA, isolated power and well-hit average. Thats in a sizable sample, too, of 19 percent more than the leagues average plate appearances versus lefties.31. Jake Odorizzi (TB) -- Mon-@TOR (Dickey), Sun-@NYY (Severino)32. Kevin Gausman (BAL) -- Mon-@OAK (Graveman), Sat-@SF (Bumgarner)33. Robbie Ray (ARI) -- Wed-@NYM (Colon)34. Junior Guerra (MIL) -- Tue-ATL (Jenkins), Sun-CIN (Reed)35. Carlos Martinez (STL) -- Thu-@CHC (Lester)36. Kyle Hendricks (CHC) -- Sat-STL (Wacha)37. Sonny Gray (OAK) -- Thu-BAL (Tillman)38. Cole Hamels (TEX) -- Mon-@COL (Anderson), Sat-DET (Sanchez)39. Felix Hernandez (SEA) -- Wed-DET (Verlander)40. Matt Andriese (TB) -- Sat-@NYY (Tanaka)41. Collin McHugh (HOU) -- Mon-@MIN (Duffey), Sat-@TOR (Sanchez)42. Masahiro Tanaka (NYY) -- Sat-TB (Andriese)43. Matt Shoemaker (LAA) -- Fri-@CLE (Kluber)44. Ian Kennedy (KC) -- Wed-CWS (Quintana)45. Mike Fiers (HOU) -- Tue-@MIN (Santiago), Sun-@TOR (Stroman)46. Hector Santiago (MIN) -- Tue-HOU (Fiers), Sun-KC (Volquez)47. Marcus Stroman (TOR) -- Sun-HOU (Fiers)48. Aaron Sanchez (TOR) -- Sat-HOU (McHugh)49. Yu Darvish (TEX) -- Fri-DET (Boyd)50. Steven Wright (BOS) -- Thu-NYY (Pineda)51. Michael Pineda (NYY) -- Thu-@BOS (Wright)52. Zach Davies (MIL) -- Mon-ATL (Whalen), Sat-CIN (Straily)53. Blake Snell (TB) -- Wed-@TOR (Happ)54. Hisashi Iwakuma (SEA) -- Mon-DET (Fulmer), Sun-@OAK (TBD)55. Carlos Rodon (CWS) -- Fri-@MIA (Cashner)56. Marco Estrada (TOR) -- Tue-TB (Smyly)57. Taijuan Walker (SEA) -- Fri-@OAK (Manaea)58. Dylan Bundy (BAL) -- Fri-@SF (Cain): He has looked very, very good since the move to the rotation, with a 3.00 ERA, 0.86 WHIP and 30.0 percent strikeout rate in four starts. The big question is pitch count: He has thrown 87, 89 and 88 in his past three turns.59. John Lackey (CHC) -- Tue-LAA (Weaver), Sun-STL (Leake)60. Bartolo Colon (NYM) -- Wed-ARI (Ray)61. Adam Conley (MIA) -- Sat-CWS (Shields)62. Tyler Anderson (COL) -- Mon-TEX (Hamels), Sat-@PHI (Eickhoff)63. Miguel Gonzalez (CWS) -- Thu-@KC (Duffy): Feeling bold? Gonzalez has six consecutive quality starts, and the Royals have averaged a major league-worst 3.00 runs per game since the All-Star break. Incidentally, Gonzalez is 2-for-2 in quality starts versus the Royals this season.64. Jerad Eickhoff (PHI) -- Sat-COL (Anderson)65. Rick Porcello (BOS) -- Tue-NYY (Severino), Sun-ARI (Greinke)66. Adam Wainwright (STL) -- Fri-@CHC (Arrieta)67. Joe Musgrove (HOU) -- Fri-@TOR (Liriano)68. Ryan Vogelsong (PIT) -- Wed-SD (Jackson)69. Homer Bailey (CIN) -- Fri-@MIL (Nelson)70. J.A. Happ (TOR) -- Wed-TB (Snell): Toss the small sample caveat if you wish, but the Rays trades of Brandon Guyer and Steve Pearce significantly weakened them against left-handed pitching. Besides, since the All-Star break, the Rays have batted .183/.277/.260 as a team with a major league-worst 28.2 percent strikeout rate against lefties.71. Drew Smyly (TB) -- Tue-@TOR (Estrada): He hasnt done enough yet to elevate himself from the matchups to every-start class, at least not in my book, and this is an awful matchup. Its the significantly worse ballpark of these teams homes, and the Blue Jays have a .233 well-hit average against lefties as a team since July 1, 33 points better than anyone else.72. Eduardo Rodriguez (BOS) -- Fri-ARI (Corbin)73. Tyler Skaggs (LAA) -- Thu-@CLE (Tomlin)74. Andrew Cashner (MIA) -- Fri-CWS (Rodon)75. Logan Verrett (NYM) -- Fri-SD (Clemens)76. Kyle Gibson (MIN) -- Fri-KC (Ventura)77. Jose Berrios (MIN) -- Thu-HOU (Fister)78. Braden Shipley (ARI) -- Thu-@NYM (Syndergaard)79. Jeff Samardzija (SF) -- Wed-@MIA (Phelps)80. Anthony DeSclafani (CIN) -- Wed-@STL (Garcia)81. Jaime Garcia (STL) -- Wed-CIN (DeSclafani)82. David Phelps (MIA) -- Wed-SF (Samardzija)83. Luis Severino (NYY) -- Tue-@BOS (Porcello), Sun-TB (Odorizzi): What an awful first matchup in his return to the lineup, and its what ruins his weekly rating. Severinos slider has looked much improved since his recall, but be aware that the Red Sox have the fifth-best team wOBA and fourth-lowest strikeout rate against sliders this season.84. Gio Gonzalez (WSH) -- Wed-CLE (Clevinger)85. Matt Moore (SF) -- Tue-@MIA (Koehler)86. Jake Thompson (PHI) -- Fri-COL (Gray)87. James Shields (CWS) -- Sat-@MIA (Conley)88. Francisco Liriano (TOR) -- Fri-HOU (Musgrove): Altuve, Springer, Correa, Gattis, Bregman, and as a team, the majors fourth-best walk rate (9.3 percent of PAs)? No thanks.89. Tanner Roark (WSH) -- Sat-ATL (Whalen)90. Paul Clemens (SD) -- Fri-@NYM (Verrett)91. Ervin Santana (MIN) -- Wed-HOU (Keuchel)92. Chad Kuhl (PIT) -- Tue-SD (Perdomo), Sun-@LAD (Maeda)93. Wade LeBlanc (SEA) -- Tue-DET (Norris)94. Jeremy Hellickson (PHI) -- Wed-@LAD (Kazmir)95. Rob Whalen (ATL) -- Mon-@MIL (Davis), Sat-@WSH (Roark)96. Dan Straily (CIN) -- Sat-@MIL (Davis)97. Yordano Ventura (KC) -- Fri-@MIN (Gibson)98. Brandon Finnegan (CIN) -- Tue-@STL (Leake)99. Joel De La Cruz (ATL) -- Wed-@MIL (Anderson)100. Michael Wacha (STL) -- Mon-CIN (Reed), Sat-@CHC (Hendricks)101. Anibal Sanchez (DET) -- Sat-@TEX (Hamels)102. James Paxton (SEA) -- Sat-@OAK (Graveman)103. Jason Hammel (CHC) -- Wed-LAA (Nolasco)104. Trevor Bauer (CLE) -- Tue-@WSH (Scherzer), Sun-LAA (Weaver)105. Tyler Duffey (MIN) -- Mon-HOU (McHugh), Sat-KC (TBD)106. Christian Friedrich (SD) -- Thu-@PIT (Taillon)107. Edinson Volquez (KC) -- Tue-CWS (Sale), Sun-@MIN (Santiago)108. CC Sabathia (NYY) -- Fri-TB (Archer)109. Chris Tillman (BAL) -- Thu-@OAK (Gray)110. Luis Perdomo (SD) -- Tue-@PIT (Kuhl), Sun-@NYM (Matz)111. Edwin Jackson (SD) -- Wed-@PIT (Vogelsong)112. Lucas Harrell (TEX) -- Thu-COL (Bettis)113. Wade Miley (BAL) -- Tue-@OAK (TBD), Sun-@SF (Cueto)114. Chad Bettis (COL) -- Thu-@TEX (Harrell)115. Cody Reed (CIN) -- Mon-@STL (Wacha), Sun-@MIL (Guerra)116. Josh Tomlin (CLE) -- Thu-LAA (Skaggs)117. Mike Clevinger (CLE) -- Wed-@WSH (Gonzalez)118. Matt Boyd (DET) -- Fri-@TEX (Darvish)119. Jorge De La Rosa (COL) -- Wed-@TEX (Perez)120. Tom Koehler (MIA) -- Tue-SF (Moore)121. Matt Cain (SF) -- Fri-BAL (Bundy)122. Mike Leake (STL) -- Tue-CIN (Finnegan), Sun-@CHC (Lackey)123. Ricky Nolasco (LAA) -- Wed-@CHC (Hammel)124. Jarred Cosart (SD) -- Sat-@NYM (deGrom)125. Mike Foltynewicz (ATL) -- Fri-@WSH (Strasburg)126. Ivan Nova (PIT) -- Fri-@LAD (McCarthy)127. Chase Anderson (MIL) -- Wed-ATL (De La Cruz)128. Jimmy Nelson (MIL) -- Fri-CIN (Bailey)129. Kendall Graveman (OAK) -- Mon-BAL (Gausman), Sat-SEA (Paxton)130. Doug Fister (HOU) -- Thu-@MIN (Berrios)131. Zach Eflin (PHI) -- Mon-@LAD (TBD), Sun-COL (Chatwood)132. R.A. Dickey (TOR) -- Mon-TB (Odorizzi)133. Nathan Eovaldi (NYY) -- Wed-@BOS (Pomeranz)134. A.J. Griffin (TEX) -- Tue-@COL (Chatwood), Sun-DET (Fulmer)135. Tyler Chatwood (COL) -- Tue-TEX (Griffin), Sun-@PHI (Eflin)136. Patrick Corbin (ARI) -- Fri-@BOS (Rodriguez)137. Yovani Gallardo (BAL) -- Wed-@OAK (TBD)138. Tyrell Jenkins (ATL) -- Tue-@MIL (Guerra), Sun-@WSH (Scherzer)139. Matt Garza (MIL) -- Thu-ATL (TBD)140. Archie Bradley (ARI) -- Sat-@BOS (Price)141. Martin Perez (TEX) -- Wed-COL (De La Rosa)142. Jered Weaver (LAA) -- Tue-@CHC (Lackey), Sun-@CLE (Bauer)Hitting ratingsThe chart below lists each of the 30 teams total number of scheduled games, home games and games versus right- and left-handed pitchers, and provides a matchup rating for the weeks games in terms of overall offense, offense for left- and right-handed hitters and base stealing. Matchup ratings for each individual game are listed under the corresponding date.Hitting matchup chart, Aug. 8-14 H: Hitters matchup rating, which accounts for the opposing starting pitchers past history (three years worth as well as past 21 days) as well as ballpark factors. L: Hitters matchup rating accounting only for left-handed hitters. R: Hitters matchup rating accounting for only right-handed hitters. S: Base stealing matchup rating, which accounts for the opponents catchers ability to gun down opposing base stealers. Ratings range from 1-10, with 10 representing the best possible matchup, statistically speaking, and 1 representing the worst.Hitting advantagesHere are this weeks volume plays, defined as the teams that play the most home games, or games against right- or left-handed starters:Total games: Orioles 7, Minnesota Twins 7, Astros 7, Oakland Athletics 7, Rangers 7, Braves 7, Milwaukee Brewers 7, Cincinnati Reds 7, Rockies 7.Home games: Twins 7, Athletics 7, Brewers 7, Red Sox 6, Blue Jays 6, Marlins 6, Mets 6, Cubs 6, Dodgers 6.Versus LH: Kansas City Royals 3, Athletics 3, Rangers 3, Marlins 3, Cardinals 3, Diamondbacks 3. Ten teams face two left-handed starters.Versus RH: Braves 7, Angels 6, Cubs 6, Brewers 6. Ten teams face five right-handed starters.Though the Rangers have some tricky lineup decisions to make these days, complicated by the loss of the designated hitter during their two-game, week-opening series at Colorados Coors Field, their Week 18 schedule is so favorable that all of their regulars and quasi-regulars warrant slotting into your lineup. Jonathan Lucroy, Moreland, Rougned Odor, Adrian Beltre, Elvis Andrus, Mazara, Ian Desmond, Choo and Beltran are all worth your while, thanks to this team getting a chance to fatten up against the pitching staffs of the Rockies and Tigers, which rank 27th (4.74) and 20th (4.33), respectively, in ERA this season. Only one note of caution: Despite three games against left-handed starters, this is no slam-dunk schedule for platoon mates Rua and DeShields, as one of those games will be at Coors with no DH (as noted in the Interleague impact section. Theyre good daily, not weekly, plays.The Nationals have a surprisingly good hitting schedule for a team playing only five games, and its mostly because theyll get to avoid Kluber and Carrasco during their week-opening series versus the Indians. In fact, injuries have depleted both the Indians and Braves rotations to the extent that the Nationals will draw a fifth-starter Indians fill-in (Clevinger, most likely), as well as a trio of Braves starters who total 34 starts worth of big-league experience. This is not a week to bench Wilson Ramos, Trea Turner and Anthony Rendon simply because of the minimal volume.The Brewers hitting schedule is every bit as favorable as their pitching schedule in Week 18. Home games are always a plus; Miller Park is 12th in run scoring and third in home runs, per our Park Factor page in 2016, and the venue has historically been known for boosting power numbers. That the Brewers will also benefit from games against the beleaguered Braves -- four of them, in this case -- as well as three against the portion of the Reds rotation that doesnt include DeSclafani only helps their cause. These are great stolen base matchups in particular, so Jonathan Villar and Orlando Arcia should be standouts. For those looking for lesser-owned plug-ins, lefty-hitting Scooter Gennett (.269/.321/.403 triple-slash rates against righties) and Kirk Nieuwenhuis (.226/.336/.424) warrant a look in a week against six righty starters. Nike Air Max Womens 90 Yellow . -- The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons team. Nike Air Max Womens 90 Red . Robredo, ranked No. 16, bounced back from an upset loss to Leonardo Mayer in the second round of the Royal Guard Open in Chile last week to down Carreno Busta in 1 hour, 25 minutes. 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Sussexs fourth victory, which came after they hadnt won in four, lifted them above Middlesex into third place in the South Group.The control Sussex had at the end was in sharp contrast to the opening overs as Stirling flayed their bowlers, hitting Tymal Mills for two sixes as well as eight fours. He reached his half-century in the fourth over, having put on 33 for the first wicket with skipper Dawid Malan.But Sussex began to drag it back in the sixth over when Nuwan Kulasekara yorked John Simpson (66) and then left-arm spinner Danny Briggs had Stirling caught behind trying to force off the back foot. Nike Air Max Womens 90 Rose. t was a good night for Sussexs slow bowlers, who sent down ten overs between them.Briggs and leg-spinner Will Beer had combined figures of 5 for 47 with Briggs also picking up Nick Gubbins (32), when he mis-timed a pull, and Ryan Higgins (4), to a sharp return catch, off successive deliveries.Beer claimed the important wicket of George Bailey, who was making his Middlesex debut, when he bowled the Australian through the gate before removing the dangerous James Franklin (5).Mills was expensive during Stirlings onslaught ahead of what he hopes will be an England debut in next weeks T20 international against Sri Lanka, but he finished with 2 for 34.Middlesexs hopes were briefly revived when Harry Podmore had Sussex skipper Luke Wright (23) caught behind off his first ball in the ninth over, Wright having earlier put on 46 with Phil Salt (27) for the second wicket.But Ross Taylor (33 not out) and Matt Machan (41 not out) didnt need to take any risks and simply ticked over and put away the bad deliveries as they added an undefeated 74 in 62 balls. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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