Pick up Drew Pomeranz and Wily Peralta if you need ERA help.

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We are halfway through our series of available players than can help you chase specific categories in roto or H2H category leagues.  The next few days will focus on the pitchers.

I will give you three players each for standard, moderate, and deep leagues.  Standard league players will be available in 10-50 percent of leagues.   Moderate league players will be available in 50-90 percent of leagues.  The deep leagues will focus on players owned in ten percent of leagues or less.

For hitters, batting average is here, runs scored here, home runs here, RBI here, and stolen bases here.

Pitchers that can help you in the wins category are here.


Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta (38) pitches in the first inning at Miller Park. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Standard Leagues:

Drew Pomeranz, Athletics: Pomeranz has had three starts since joining the Oakland rotation, and he has won all of them.  He has yet to go deeper than five innings in any of those starts, but he has not allowed a run either.  His dominance from the bullpen has translated into the rotation as well, and his season ERA now sits at a sterling 0.94.  While some correction is likely in order, he has a great chance to keep his ERA in the low threes for the entire season.

Wily Peralta, Brewers: Peralta has not given up more than three runs in any start this season.  This has his ERA sitting at 2.18 for the season.  Even in starts where he hasn’t had his best stuff, he has still been very good.  He has only failed to go at least six innings in two of his eight starts.

Alfredo Simon, Reds: Simon has a 2.31 ERA to go along with his lofty win total (see yesterday’s post).  Every time I think his dominance may be over, he comes back and throws some more shutout innings.

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Tags: Danny Duffy Drew Pomeranz Erik Bedard Gavin Floyd Wily Peralta

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