2021 Starting Pitchers

by Doug Gruber

Oh how the starting pitching landscape has changed! It seems like yesterday when we could construct our teams by taking one, maybe two, starting pitchers in the first 10 rounds while accumulating offense, knowing we could still find enough full-time starters in the later rounds to roster six or seven on your team. Not anymore.

In 2019, there were only 37 starting pitchers that BABS forecasted as full-timers. This year that number is down almost 50 percent to 19. To make it more challenging, BABS reveals only 16 come with assets that may . . .

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