Found August 24, 2013 on Fantasy Sports Locker Room:
PLAYERS: Jarred Cosart
TEAMS: Houston Astros

Jarred Cosart has allowed eight runs over his seven starts and has only one win to show for it simply because he pitches for the Astros but he boasts two favorable matchups this week though. In seven starts and 45 innings pitched this year Cosart has allowed only eight earned runs. He is coming off his first loss of the year where he allowed more than two earned runs (3) for the first time. Although he lost to the Rangers, he pitched eight shutout innings against the Rays and hung in there with the Red Sox, A’s twice, and Blue Jays. All of those teams have a better offense than the White Sox and Mariners who he will get this coming week. Owned in only 12 percent of Yahoo! leagues and that number will stay low because of the team he plays for... 

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