Found September 04, 2013 on 643ball:
Keith Allison The fantasy season is hitting the stretch run and in this article I will attempt to offer some suggestions to help you secure your league championship. Every team need is different, so I will separate each intriguing player into the category that they can help you in. The suggested players are available in over 50% of ESPN leagues. Remember, flags fly forever and fortune favors the bold!                                                                 Runs  Nolan Arenado (3B) - 18 for 55(.327 AVG) with 10 runs  last 15 days Adam Eaton (OF) - 12 runs  last 15 days Denard Span (OF) - 20 for 48 (.417 AVG) with 10 runs  last 15 days                                                                  RBI Kole Calhoun (OF) - 7 RBI last 7 days Dustin Ackley (2B, OF) - 7 RBI  last 7 days Gerardo Parra (OF) -10 RBI  last 15 days                                                         Batting Average Denard Span (OF) - 20 for 48 (.417 AVG) last 15 days Zack Cosart (SS) - 19 for 49 (.388 AVG) last 15 days Avisail Garcia (OF) -  19 for 53 (.358 AVG) last 15 days                                                           Home Runs  Todd Helton (1B) - 2 HR last 7 days Mitch Moreland (1B) -  3 HR last 7 days Jeff Mathis (C) - 2 HR last 7 days                                                           Stolen Bases Jordan Schafer (OF) - 7 SB in last 7 games Angel Pagan (OF) - 3 SB in last 7 days Jarrod Dyson (OF) - 9 SB in last 15 days  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                                                                                                                         ERA Tyson Ross- 2.45 ERA, 2.79 SIERA, and 2.76 xFIP since the ASB  Ubaldo Jimenez- 2.22 ERA since the ASB  Chris Rusin- 2.35 ERA since the ASB                                                                WHIP Randall Delgado- 0.95 WHIP since the ASB Dillon Gee- 1.00 WHIP since the ASB Marco Estrada-  0.87 WHIP in last 31 IP                                                                Wins Martin Perez- 6-0 in last 6 starts Brett Olberholtzer- 4-1 in last 6 starts Mark Buehrle- 6-0 in last 6 decisions                                                              Saves   Week 22 Closer Report                                                          Strike Outs Tyson Ross- 36 K's in last 31 1/3 IP Bud Norris- 35 K's in last 34 IP Ubaldo Jimenez- 37 K's in 31 IP Trevor Steel Follow Trevor on Twitter @TrevorCSteel Recent Posts: Two Start Pitchers: Week 23 Three Up, Three Down: Avisail Garcia Buy or Sell: Dan Haren, Ricky Nolasco
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