- In his last two starts for the Rangers, since joining their rotation again, Baker has pitched 11.1 innings with three earned runs allowed. Of course he has only struck out four batters, though he did it with only two walks allowed to the Royals and Astros. Given how bad the rotation has been for the Rangers this season, they'll take it. He's throwing a little harder than he was earlier this season as a starter, but it's not enough to make me think he has changed who he is as a pitcher or to give him a bump in value. For now, roll with him in AL only leagues until he cools off.
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