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Streamer Report: Sunday's Streaming Pitcher Options

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Ray highlights some starting pitcher options that you should consider streaming on Sunday.

Marc Serota

The Streamer Report provides you with daily startng pitcher streaming selections for owners who prefer to stream starting pitchers on a daily basis. This report identifies starting pitchers who are owned in less than 50% of ESPN leagues, and who either has a decent track record vs their opponent, has pitched well of late, or has a decent matchup.

Sunday's Streamers

Nathan Eovaldi, MIA vs Padres

It appears Eovaldi will be my go to streamer this year, as he is owned in just 4.6% of ESPN leagues at the moment. Eovaldi had a solid 2014 debut going six innings vs the Rockies, giving up just one run and striking out six.

Drew Hutchison, TOR vs Yankees

Hutchison is owned in just 2.6% of leagues, and gets the Yankees on Sunday afternoon. He had a solid first start, shutting out the Rays on 3 hits in 5.1 innings. He will look to build on that effort on Sunday.

Weekly Streamer Performance

I will be providing a status of how my picks have performed over the course of the season, and below you can find how bad my picks fared this week. I am struggling out of the gate, but the same thing happened last year at this time and things turned around as the season went along.

SP

IP

H

ER

BB

K

W/L

ERA

WHIP

Jorge de la Rosa

4.33

4

5

2

6

L

10.39

1.39

Ricky Nolasco

6

10

5

2

4

L

7.50

2.00

Brandon McCarthy

6.67

6

5

1

4

L

6.75

1.05

Martin Perez

5.67

7

2

0

7

3.17

1.23

Nathan Eovaldi

6

6

2

1

6

W

3.00

1.17

Ian Kennedy

5

5

3

1

4

L

5.40

1.20

Tyson Ross

5

5

3

4

7

L

5.40

1.80

Charlie Morton

6

4

0

1

6

0.00

0.83

Hector Santiago

5

7

4

3

4

L

7.20

2.00

Jose Quintana

6

5

2

3

8

3.00

1.33

Travis Wood

6.33

6

3

1

8

4.27

1.11

Jenrry Mejia

6

4

1

5

8

1.50

1.50

Totals

68

69

35

24

72

4.63

1.37