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FAAB Factor-AL: Stash Holland

Andrew Martinez

Andrew Martinez

Andrew Martinez writes about baseball and football. He is a native Texan and roots for the Astros, Rockets, Texans, and Rice Owls.

Starting Pitchers:

Rubby De La Rosa, Red Sox - De La Rosa made his season debut this week after the team put Clay Buchholz on the DL. He pitched seven innings and struck out eight batters with no walks and no earned runs allowed to the Rays at home. In the minors this season he had a 3.04 ERA (2.75 FIP) with 52 strikeouts and 23 walks over 53.1 IP. Given the way he performed in his debut, the team has no choice but to keep rolling with him. He should miss a fair amount of bats, it's just a matter of keeping the walks to minimum and keeping the ball in the park, which might prove tough in the AL East. This coming week he gets the Tigers on the road. Mixed: $4; AL: $16.

Derek Holland, Rangers - Owners should keep stashing Holland in leagues, as he continues to ramp up his rehab. This week he threw a 70-pitch bullpen session, as he moves closer towards a rehab assignment. Last season he had a 3.42 ERA (3.44 FIP) with 189 strikeouts a

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