James Shields (TB, CHW)
I still think, 10 years from now, we'll view the Shields-for-Wil-Myers swap as a Tampa heist, though the early returns from Big Game James (3.09 ERA, 1.09 WHIP in five starts) are at least holding off Jeff-Bagwell-for-Larry-Anderson comparisons. Part of the early triumph has been his ability to limit the long ball, as Shields, historically susceptible to the homer (1.1 HR/9), has surrendered only two jacks through 35 innings of work. Though the Rays and Indians own enough muscle to challenge the fences, both squads enter this week near the bottom in runs scored in the American League, giving Shields an opportunity to continue his spring success.
Garrett Richards (@OAK, BAL)
This might not appear to be the most opportune of platforms, as Oakland and Baltimore have been two of the better offenses on the Senior Circuit thus far, yet Richards, owned in just 6.8 percent of FOXSports.com fantasy baseball leagues, could prove an astute play. The 3.6...