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Fantasy Baseball Week 21 Start/Sit

Football ManiaxsSenior Writer IAugust 19, 2010

With several players now out for the season, fantasy owners are rushing to find replacement options as the Fantasy Baseball playoffs near.

Who is out for the year? What guys could start in their spots? Let's see what the Week 21 Start/Sit has in store.

Starting Pitcher to Start:

The Baltimore Orioles haven’t been known for much this season. In fact, they haven’t been noted for anything at all (well, maybe the hiring of Buck Showalter as manager). As of late, though, an “ace” has made his presence known at the top of the rotation. Brace yourselves. I’m about to suggest that you start an Orioles’ pitcher (I know, it’s a scary thing to hear.). The starter that I am referring to is righty Jeremy Guthrie. In his last six starts, Guthrie has gone 41 2/3 IP, giving up only seven ER for a 1.51 ERA. Add in the fact that he is 4-1 over that span, and you have your start of the week for Week 21. For anyone that doesn’t currently have him on his/her roster, I suggest grabbing him out of free agency right away. He has gone unnoticed up to this point, so place him in the starting rotation when you get the chance...

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