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Fantasy Baseball's Best Starting Pitchers Since the All-Star Game

The Philadelphia Phillies are the best team in the MLB since the All-Star Game, but they not been kind to fantasy owners.  Cole Hamels gave us a no-hitter against the Chicago Cubs but has since been traded to the Texas Rangers.  Aaron Nola has looked good to start his career, but no one should have to stream an Adam Morgan, David Buchanan or Jerome Williams start. 38 points puts you above average and only Morgan (44.4) and Buchanan (44.4) have earned that many points.  49 points makes your a top 50 pitcher since the break.

Jon LesterCubs33201.6122.11444122778.7
Zack GreinkeDodgers33201.57231244052278.0
Mike LeakeReds33300.82221222031177.5
Chris TillmanOrioles33200.3823.2711041477.4
Colby LewisRangers33302.57211666312176.5
R.A. DickeyBlue Jays33201.2122.11653031473.2
John LackeyCardinals33211.64221844241673.0
Jimmy NelsonBrewers33201.3320.11343092172.7
Lance LynnCardinals33201.80201344152272.0
Scott KazmirA's / Astros33100.39231111051371.5
Jose FernandezMarlins33202.84191366072268.0
Ian KennedyPadres33202.37191755341867.0
Edinson VolquezRoyals33212.70202266181566.5
Clayton KershawDodgers22200.0017600002566.5
Danny SalazarIndians33122.1820.2965272065.4
Corey KluberIndians32213.8023.2201010141865.4
Chris ArcherRays33021.35201353132665.0
Jake ArrietaCubs33112.37191455192465.0

Pitchers Who Can Help in Categories, But Do Not Have 65 Fantasy Points


ERA Under 3.00 and 18+ IP

More K than IP - 18+K

WHIP Under 1.10 and 18+ IP

Win - 5 pts
Quality Starts - 5 pts
Innings Pitched - 2 pts
Earned Runs Allowed - (1pt)
Strike Outs - .5pt