Found August 30, 2013 on RotoBaller:
MLB Daily Leagues – Lineup Picks for August 30, 2013   P – Jered Weaver (LAA): Weaver is a very solid and affordable option against the Milwaukee Brewers. I always enjoy starting a pitcher who has never faced a team before. Milwaukee batters are very unfamiliar with what kind of pitches Weaver can deliver, and Weaver [...]
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