Fantasy Baseball Week 20 Start/Sit

Football Maniaxs@@FantasymaniaxsSenior Writer IAugust 15, 2010

With mid-August finally coming upon us, the cool fall weather appears to be taking its toll on some hitters. 

Who is going through a cold streak? 

Is anyone heating up as the fantasy playoffs near? Let's take a look at the Week 20 Start/Sit.

 

Starting Pitcher to Start

I think that as baseball fans we can come to one united consensus: The Cubs are horrible. For over 100 years, the team has been unable to win a World Series, and now in 2010, they are making their usually reliable starting pitchers seem downright dreadful.

So what does this have to do with anything? This is where former Cubs southpaw Ted Lilly comes into the picture. With Chicago, the veteran accumulated a 3-8 record; however, this win-loss ratio should begin to change as he makes his mark with the Los Angeles Dodgers. (He has won his first two starts as a Dodger, bringing him to 5-8 on the year.)...

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