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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- When the GPS Myles Garrett wears during practice let Kevin Sumlin know he was running almost 22 mph on Wednesday, Texas A&Ms coach knew his star defensive end was finally healthy. Cheap Wholesale Sneakers Free Shipping .On Saturday Garrett showed that what he can do when he isnt ailing, finishing with a career-high 4 1/2 sacks to help No. 25 Texas A&M get back on track with a 23-10 win over UTSA.Twenty-two mph is ridiculous. I hadnt seen that in a while, Sumlin said. He was smiling. He was bouncing around and you could just tell by his face because he hasnt been in a good mood. Hes been frustrated.Jake Hubenak threw for 248 yards and a touchdown to help the Aggies (8-3; No. 23 AP) get a victory they desperately needed after consecutive losses to Mississippi State and Mississippi ruined their shot at the College Football Playoff.Garrett had missed two games and was limited in several others because of a high ankle sprain. He finished with eight tackles, broke up a pass and forced a fumble. Instead of limping as he has been in recent weeks, Garrett was harassing UTSAs two quarterbacks all game.It was great to finally be able to move and get off close to how I wanted to, he said. I just demonstrated what level I can play at when Im close to being healthy.He further showed his ankle was fine when he batted down a pass in the second quarter and celebrated with a spirited dance. He had another big play in the fourth quarter when he sacked Jared Johnson to force a fumble, which A&M recovered.Garrett has 8 1/2 sacks this season to give him 32 1/2 for his career, making him the eighth player in Southeastern Conference history with at least 30 career sacks. His 4 1/2 sacks on Saturday were second in school history behind a five-sack day by Alex Morris in 1987, and he moved in front of Hall of Famer Reggie White for sixth-most career sacks in SEC history.They are phenomenal at the defensive end position, UTSA coach Frank Wilson said.Sumlin raved about Garrett playing through his injury. He was especially impressed with his work considering he will likely be one of the top picks if he declares for the NFL draft.A guy that has as bright a future as he has to play in a situation where he could have just said: `Im going to save myself until Im ready to go, Sumlin said. It says a lot about what kind of person he is ... what kind of teammate he is and how much he cares about this team and wanting to win.The Roadrunners cut the lead to 3 points early in the second quarter after a one-handed touchdown grab by Josh Stewart. The Aggies then scored the next 13 points, capped by a 47 yard run by Trayveon Williams to make it 23-7 in the third quarter.UTSA (5-6) was led by Johnson, who threw for 186 yards and a touchdown.THE TAKEAWAYUTSA: The Roadrunners, who have had a football team only since 2011, showed theyve made a lot of progress by keeping things close. But in the end they just arent yet on the level to deal with the size and speed of a team like Texas A&M.TEXAS A&M: The Aggies did what they were supposed to do against a lesser opponent, but Hubenak and the offense will need to be sharper when they return to SEC play next week.Hes been effective for what weve asked him to do, Sumlin said. His biggest characteristic right now is hes finding the playmakers.CHASING 1,000Williams had 11 carries for 80 yards to leave him 44 yards shy of becoming the first true freshman at the school to rush for 1,000 yards. Sumlin said Williams was a bit frustrated in the first half when he couldnt get much going and the coach told him if he was patient he would break a big run on Saturday. After his touchdown carry he said to Sumlin: I have to listen more.POLL IMPLICATIONSThe Aggies could move up a couple of spots in the poll after losses to a handful of teams ahead of them on Saturday, but dont look for them to make too much of a jump from this non-conference victory.UP NEXTUTSA: The Roadrunners will look to become bowl eligible for the first time when they host Charlotte on Saturday.TEXAS A&M : The Aggies face a quick turnaround, wrapping up the regular season Thursday night when they host No. 16 LSU. Sneakers Online Uk Sale . -- In a span of seven Washington Redskins offensive plays, Justin Tuck sacked Robert Griffin III four times. Cheap Sneakers Wholesale .C. -- Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Bobcats got off to a fast start, and the Sacramento Kings were never quite able to catch up. . -- Patrick Reed got an early start in golf. Fantasy Forecaster updated Sunday, July 17, at 10:13 a.m. ET.On tap: Baseballs traditional second half begins Friday with a 2:20 p.m. ET game between the Texas Rangers and Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. From there, Week 15 is actually a 10-day scoring period in ESPN leagues, beginning with the games on July 15 and concluding with a July 24, 8 p.m. ET game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on ESPNs Sunday Night Baseball.In ESPN leagues that use weekly transactions, lineups will lock on July 15 and remain so until July 25 (beginning of Week 16). In offsite leagues, check your leagues constitution to determine whether this scoring period runs 10 days or is split up into a three-day week (July 15-17) and a seven-day week (July 18-24).As is often the case immediately after the All-Star break, many teams have shuffled their rotations, and in several cases teams have yet to make announcements about their scheduled starters. The Forecaster will be updated, including beyond the Friday, July 15, lock time, to account for such future announcements, but the pitching grid below includes all available information on scheduled starters as of the latest updated time at the top of the column, including projections on pitchers where applicable. As of the latest update, only six rotation spots were left to be announced. Check back as game times approach for the latest info; Ill also tweet relevant rotation updates with the #Forecaster hashtag.Gerrit Cole and Yu Darvish will begin the second half as healthy members of their respective teams rotations, with both returning to action on July 16 and facing key opponents. Cole and his Pittsburgh Pirates will be playing the second of their three-game series at Washingtons Nationals Park, while Darvish and his Rangers will be playing the second of their three-game set at Chicagos Wrigley Field.Among the weeks schedule oddities: Despite the four days of rest provided by the All-Star break, three teams play only eight times during this 10-day scoring period, all due to interleague implications: the Toronto Blue Jays, Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants. That puts all three teams at a significant volume disadvantage in a scoring period in which 13 other teams will play full 10-game schedules.Quickly jump to any section, if you want specific intelESPN lineup deadlinesInterleague impactProjected starting pitchersPitching scuttlebuttWeek 15 pitcher rankingsHitting ratingsHitting advantagesESPN leagues: Lineup deadlinesAs noted above, in ESPN leagues, Week 15 extends from Friday, July 15, through Sunday, July 24, with head-to-head matchups extending 10 days in length. Keep in mind that there is an early game on Friday, July 15 -- Rangers at Cubs has a 2:20 p.m. ET start time -- so leagues with weekly transactions will lock beginning at that time. Lineups in those formats cannot be set again until Monday, July 25.Remember that game times have tremendous influence upon daily planning, so be aware of every days first scheduled pitch. This week, they are:Friday, July 15 -- 2:20 p.m. ET (Rangers at Cubs, the days only day game) Saturday, July 16 -- 2:20 p.m. ET (Rangers at Cubs, one of four day games) Sunday, July 17 -- 1:10 p.m. ET (three of 14 day games begin at that time) Monday, July 18 -- 7 p.m. ET (New York Mets at Cubs on ESPNs Monday Night Baseball) Tuesday, July 19 -- 7 p.m. ET (Mets at Cubs on ESPNs Tuesday Night Baseball) Wednesday, July 20 -- 12:35 p.m. ET (Atlanta Braves at Cincinnati Reds, one of eight day games) Thursday, July 21 -- 12:05 p.m. ET (Dodgers at Washington Nationals, one of two day games) Friday, July 22 -- 7:05 p.m. ET (four games begin at that time) Saturday, July 23 -- 1:07 p.m. ET (Seattle Mariners at Blue Jays, one of three day games) Sunday, July 24 -- 1:05 p.m. ET (Giants at New York Yankees, one of 14 day games)Interleague impactThis weeks interleague series:Rangers at Cubs (3 games, July 15-17)Tampa Bay Rays at Colorado Rockies (3 games, July 18-20)Giants at Boston Red Sox (2 games, July 19-20)Blue Jays at Diamondbacks (2 games, July 19-20)Giants at Yankees (3 games, July 22-24)Giants probable DH(s), five games in AL ballparks: In the Giants five games in AL parks, Buster Posey has three starts and?Jarrett Parker one, and the team forfeited the DH to allow Madison Bumgarner to hit for himself. The team could utilize a similar pattern, starting Posey at DH and Trevor Brown at catcher against left-handers, splitting the DH starts against right-handers evenly between Posey (again with Brown at catcher) and Parker (resulting in starts for him and Mac Williamson) and affording Bumgarner an opportunity to bat when he starts on either July 20 or 22. The Giants appear likely to face four right-handed starters in five games during their trip to Boston and New York, so there isnt enough here to warrant a DH-influenced bump for any Giants hitter. Parker, a lefty, would be likeliest in NL-only and deep-mixed formats, but he finished the first half with .219/.324/.406 triple-slash rates in his final 14 games.Rangers traditional DH, three games in NL ballparks: Prince Fielder, who has 78 of the teams 87 DH starts, forcing him into a share of the first-base duties with Mitch Moreland and Jurickson Profar, the latter having made six of the teams past eight starts there. Fielder had two starts at first base to Morelands one from June 17-19 in St. Louis, and with the teams roster construction similar now, expect more of the same. This is a poor week to use Moreland in fantasy, and while Profar at least has a chance of grabbing a start at another infield position, hes a weak choice, too.Rays traditional DH, three games in NL ballparks: With Brandon Guyer now healthy, Corey Dickerson has returned to a DH role against right-handers, with the Rays rotating in other regulars in a half-day-off arrangement against left-handers. Since the opposing Rockies will start two left-handers in the series, Dickerson might get only one start, as the Rays tend to lean more upon righty/lefty matchups than typical teams. This is a better outfield to draw from in daily than weekly formats.Blue Jays traditional DH, two games in NL ballparks: Edwin Encarnacion (61 of the teams 83 DH starts), who has started at first base ahead of Justin Smoak in all eight Blue Jays games in NL parks. In an eight-game week in which hell get six starts at best, Smoak, a .130/.167/.348 hitter in his final 20 first-half games, is a no-go in fantasy.Projected starting pitchersThe chart below lists each of the 30 MLB teams schedules and projected starting pitchers, and provides a projected Bill James game score for each days starter.Projected starting pitchers, July 15-24 P: The starting pitchers projected Bill James game score, accounting for past history (three years worth as well as past 21 days), opponent and ballpark. A 50 is typically deemed a quality start by this measure, while a 70 is considered a dominant start.Pitching scuttlebuttStarting pitchers confirmed in their teams respective rotations who are not scheduled for a start during the July 15-17 weekend: Chase Anderson, Tyler Anderson, Jake Arrieta, Matt Boyd, Matt Cain, Tyler Chatwood, Nathan Eovaldi, Jose Fernandez, Mike Fiers, Brandon Finnegan, Christian Friedrich, Kevin Gausman, Zack Godley, Gio Gonzalez, Kendall Graveman, A.J. Griffin, Junior Guerra, Felix Hernandez, Tyrell Jenkins, Scott Kazmir, Dallas Keuchel, Corey Kluber, Mike Leake, Wade LeBlanc, Jon Lester, Tim Lincecum, Jeff Locke, Sean Manaea, Carlos Martinez, Steven Matz, Wade Miley, Tommy Milone, Aaron Nola, Ricky Nolasco, Ivan Nova, Jake Peavy, Drew Pomeranz, Rick Porcello, Jose Quintana, Colin Rea, Cody Reed, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Danny Salazar, Chris Sale, Aaron Sanchez, Anibal Sanchez, Drew Smyly, Blake Snell, Noah Syndergaard, Nick Tropeano, Jose Urena, Vince Velasquez, Edinson Volquez, Matt Wisler.Baltimore Orioles: Dylan Bundy will join the Orioles rotation on July 17, with Kevin Gausman pitching July 18. The team hasnt yet named a fifth starter for July 19, though the team appeared likely to go with a bullpen day beginning with either Odrisamer Despaigne or Vance Worley. Ubaldo Jimenez and Tyler Wilson could also be candidates, either for that turn or when that spot next arrives on July 24.Chicago White Sox: Jacob Turner will fill in for Carlos Rodon (DL: wrist) on July 17. It is unclear whether Turner will pitch again the next time that turn arrives on July 22.Detroit Tigers: Jordan Zimmermann (DL: neck) and Daniel Norris (DL: ribs) wont be ready to join the Tigers rotation before July 19, so Matt Boyd and Anibal Sanchez will fill in for them on July 18 and 19. It is unclear whether Zimmermann and/or Norris will be ready to pitch on July 23 or 24.Kansas City Royals: The Royals will need a fifth starter on July 19, with Dillon Gee, Brian Flynn and Chris Young the leading candidates.Oakland Athletics: Rich Hill (blister), who was initially scheduled to start on July 15, was scratched from that turn and will be pushed back to July 17.Mariners: Felix Hernandez (DL: calf) will return to the rotation on July 20, giving the team six starters for at least the first turn of their rotation during the second half.Rangers: Yu Darvish (DL: shoulder) made a rehabilitation start for Double-A Frisco on July 10 and will be activated for a July 16 start with the Rangers. Kyle Lohse (side) is tentatively scheduled to start on July 19, but Nick Martinez might need to fill in should Lohse not be ready by then.Braves: Tyrell Jenkins will serve as the Braves fifth starter on July 19, presumably also setting him up for a July 24 start.Miami Marlins: Jose Urena and Justin Nicolino are the leading candidates to pitch when the Marlins next need a fifth starter on July 19.Pirates: Gerrit Cole (DL: triceps) will rejoin the Pirates rotation on July 16, bumping Jonathon Niese to the bullpen. The Pirates also have a July 18 day off, so they can go with four starters until July 23, at which point they will likely use either Jameson Taillon (DL: shoulder) or Tyler Glasnow.Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw (DL: back) wont make a start the first turn through the Dodgers rotation in Week 15, but theres a good chance he could make a start during the second turn through (July 21-24).Giants: Matt Cain (DL: hamstring) will make a rehabilitation start for Class A San Jose on July 15, then rejoin the Giants rotation on July 20 in Boston.San Diego Padres: Edwin Jackson will start for the Padres in Drew Pomeranzs old rotation spot on July 17, though it might only be a spot-start arrangement. That turn will next arrive on July 22, and Paul Clemens could be a candidate to pitch then.Tristans Week 15 pitcher rankingsNote: The following rankings list specific assignments, where announced (or logically projected), otherwise projected opponents without dates. If a date is not listed, it means that the pitcher is expected to be part of his teams rotation and these are his most likely opponents for Week 15. As assignments continue to be announced, these will be updated with new dates and/or opponents. If a pitcher is excluded, his Week 15 matchups were too uncertain to project/rank, but he will be added when his assignments are known.1. Max Scherzer (WSH) -- Sun 7/17-PIT (Kuhl), Fri 7/22-SD (TBD)2. Jose Fernandez (MIA) -- Mon 7/18-@PHI (Nola), Sat 7/23-NYM (deGrom)3. Madison Bumgarner (SF) -- Fri 7/15-@SD (Cashner), Fri 7/22-@NYY (Tanaka)4. Chris Sale (CWS) -- Mon 7/18-@SEA (LeBlanc), Sat 7/23-DET (Boyd)5. Stephen Strasburg (WSH) -- Fri 7/15-PIT (Liriano), Wed 7/20-LAD (Ryu)6. Jacob deGrom (NYM) -- Sun 7/17-@PHI (Eflin), Sat 7/23-@MIA (Fernandez)7. Corey Kluber (CLE) -- Mon 7/18-@KC (Volquez), Sun 7/24-@BAL (TBD)8. Carlos Carrasco (CLE) -- Fri 7/15-@MIN (Santana), Wed 7/20-@KC (Kennedy)9. Jon Lester (CHC) -- Mon 7/18-NYM (Matz), Sun 7/24-@MIL (Anderson)10. Noah Syndergaard (NYM) -- Tue 7/19-@CHC (Arrieta): The rare one-start pitcher you want in your lineup this week.11. Gerrit Cole (PIT) -- Sat 7/16-@WSH (Roark), Thu 7/21-MIL (Garza): The Nationals matchup concerns me, and if I had the luxury, Id wait a turn on Cole. That Brewers matchup, however, looks outstanding for him if hes OK in the first turn.12. Rich Hill (OAK) -- Sun 7/17-TOR (Happ), Fri 7/22-TB (Odorizzi)13. Johnny Cueto (SF) -- Sun 7/17-@SD (Jackson), Sun 7/24-@NYY (Eovaldi)14. David Price (BOS) -- Sun 7/17-@NYY (Tanaka), Sat 7/23-MIN (Nolasco)15. Jake Arrieta (CHC) -- Tue 7/19-NYM (Syndergaard)16. Carlos Martinez (STL) -- Tue 7/19-SD (Rea), Sun 7/24-LAD (Kazmir)17. Cole Hamels (TEX) -- Sun 7/17-@CHC (Lackey), Sat 7/23-@KC (Ventura)18. Kenta Maeda (LAD) -- Sun 7/17-@ARI (Ray), Sat 7/23-@STL (Leake)19. Steven Matz (NYM) -- Mon 7/18-@CHC (Lester), Sun 7/24-@MIA (TBD)20. Chris Archer (TB) -- Fri 7/15-BAL (Gallardo), Wed 7/20-@COL (De La Rosa)21. John Lackey (CHC) -- Sun 7/17-TEX (Hamels), Sat 7/23-@MIL (Davies)22. Danny Duffy (KC) -- Sat 7/16-@DET (Pelfrey), Fri 7/22-TEX (Darvish)23. Jaime Garcia (STL) -- Fri 7/15-MIA (Chen), Wed 7/20-SD (Cashner)24. Michael Fulmer (DET) -- Sun 77/17-KC (Ventura), Fri 7/22-@CWS (TBD)25. Cheap Sneakers Websites. . Yu Darvish (TEX) -- Sat 7/16-@CHC (Hammel), Fri 7/22-@KC (Duffy)26. Brandon McCarthy (LAD) -- Sat 7/16-@ARI (Bradley), Fri 7/22-@STL (Wacha)27. Vince Velasquez (PHI) -- Tue 7/19-MIA (TBD), Sun 7/24-@PIT (Locke)28. Danny Salazar (CLE) -- Tue 7/19-@KC (TBD): Like Syndergaard, Salazar is a rare one-start pitcher worth using this week.29. Gio Gonzalez (WSH) -- Tue 7/19-LAD (Kazmir), Sun 7/24-SD (Rea)30. Lance McCullers (HOU) -- Sat 7/16-@SEA (Iwakuma), Fri 7/22-LAA (Shoemaker)31. Jason Hammel (CHC) -- Sat 7/16-TEX (Darvish), Fri 7/22-@MIL (Nelson)32. Kyle Hendricks (CHC) -- Fri 7/15-TEX (Perez), Wed 7/20-NYM (Colon)33. Jon Gray (COL) -- Sun 7/17-@ATL (Teheran), Fri 7/22-ATL (Teheran)34. Jose Quintana (CWS) -- Tue 7/19-@SEA (Miley), Sun 7/24-DET (Sanchez)35. Anthony DeSclafani (CIN) -- Fri 7/15-MIL (Garza), Wed 7/20-ATL (Harrell)36. Drew Smyly (TB) -- Mon 7/18-@COL (Anderson), Sat 7/23-@OAK (Graveman)37. Michael Pineda (NYY) -- Fri 7/15-BOS (Wright), Wed 7/20-BAL (Gallardo)38. Steven Wright (BOS) -- Fri 7/15-@NYY (Pineda), Thu 7/21-MIN (Duffey)39. Sonny Gray (OAK) -- Sat 7/16-TOR (Dickey), Thu 7/21-TB (Moore)40. Trevor Bauer (CLE) -- Sat 7/16-@MIN (Duffey), Fri 7/22-@BAL (Bundy)41. Felix Hernandez (SEA) -- Wed 7/20-CWS (Gonzalez)42. Jeff Samardzija (SF) -- Sat 7/16-@SD (Perdomo), Sat 7/23-@NYY (Nova)43. Ian Kennedy (KC) -- Fri 7/15-@DET (Verlander), Wed 7/20-CLE (Carrasco)44. Justin Verlander (DET) -- Fri 7/15-KC (Kennedy), Wed 7/20-MIN (Santana)45. Matt Shoemaker (LAA) -- Sat 7/16-CWS (Shields), Fri 7/22-@HOU (McCullers)46. Adam Wainwright (STL) -- Sat 7/16-MIA (Koehler), Thu 7/21-SD (Perdomo)47. Marcus Stroman (TOR) -- Fri 7/15-@OAK (Mengden), Wed 7/20-@ARI (Corbin)48. Jerad Eickhoff (PHI) -- Sat 7/16-NYM (Verrett), Thu 7/21-MIA (Koehler)49. Tanner Roark (WSH) -- Sat 7/16-PIT (Cole), Thu 7/21-LAD (Norris)50. Nick Tropeano (LAA) -- Mon 7/18-TEX (Griffin), Sun 7/24-@HOU (Fiers)51. Francisco Liriano (PIT) -- Fri 7/15-@WSH (Strasburg), Wed 7/20-MIL (Guerra)52. John Lamb (CIN) -- Sat 7/16-MIL (Nelson), Fri 7/22-ARI (Bradley)53. Aaron Nola (PHI) -- Mon 7/18-MIA (Fernandez), Sat 7/23-@PIT (TBD)54. Robbie Ray (ARI) -- Sun 7/17-LAD (Maeda), Sat 7/23-@CIN (Straily)55. Kevin Gausman (BAL) -- Mon 7/18-@NYY (Nova), Sat 7/23-CLE (Tomlin)56. Chris Tillman (BAL) -- Sat 7/16-@TB (Moore), Thu 7/21-@NYY (Sabathia)57. Daniel Mengden (OAK) -- Fri 7/15-TOR (Stroman), Wed 7/20-HOU (Fister)58. Adam Conley (MIA) -- Sun 7/17-@STL (Wacha), Fri 7/22-NYM (Verrett)59. J.A. Happ (TOR) -- Sun 7/17-@OAK (Hill), Sun 7/24-SEA (Montgomery)60. Yordano Ventura (KC) -- Sun 7/17-@DET (Fulmer), Sat 7/23-TEX (Hamels)61. Collin McHugh (HOU) -- Sun 7/17-@SEA (Montgomery), Sat 7/23-LAA (Weaver)62. Bud Norris (LAD) -- Fri 7/15-@ARI (Corbin), Thu 7/21-@WSH (Roark)63. Michael Wacha (STL) -- Sun 7/17-MIA (Conley), Fri 7/22-LAD (McCarthy)64. Zach Davies (MIL) -- Sun 7/17-@CIN (Straily), Sat 7/23-CHC (Lackey)65. Aaron Sanchez (TOR) -- Tue 7/19-@ARI (Godley): His first start will likely be a game at Arizonas Chase Field, and with Marco Estrada expected to return on July 22, Sanchez will likely lose his second start.66. Hisashi Iwakuma (SEA) -- Sat 7/16-HOU (McCullers), Sat 7/23-@TOR (Dickey)67. Hector Santiago (LAA) -- Fri 7/15-CWS (Gonzalez), Wed 7/20-TEX (Perez)68. Julio Teheran (ATL) -- Sun 7/17-COL (Gray), Fri 7/22-@COL (Gray)69. Lucas Harrell (ATL) -- Fri 7/15-COL (De La Rosa), Wed 7/20-@CIN (DeSclafani)70. Scott Kazmir (LAD) -- Tue 7/19-@WSH (Gonzalez), Sun 7/24-@STL (Martinez)71. Drew Pomeranz (BOS) -- Wed 7/20-SF (Cain)72. Dan Straily (CIN) -- Sun 7/17-MIL (Davies), Sat 7/23-ARI (Ray)73. Dallas Keuchel (HOU) -- Tue 7/19-@OAK (Manaea): One-start status, that turn a road game, makes Keuchel a much less attractive Week 15 play.74. Brandon Finnegan (CIN) -- Mon 7/18-ATL (Wisler), Sun 7/24-ARI (Godley)75. Marco Estrada (TOR) -- Fri 7/22-SEA (Paxton)76. Sean Manaea (OAK) -- Tue 7/19-HOU (Keuchel), Sun 7/24-TB (Snell)77. Jake Odorizzi (TB) -- Sun 7/17-BAL (Bundy), Fri 7/22-@OAK (Hill)78. Mike Montgomery (SEA) -- Sun 7/17-HOU (McHugh), Sun 7/24-@TOR (Happ)79. A.J. Griffin (TEX) -- Mon 7/18-@LAA (Tropeano), Sun 7/24-@KC (Volquez)80. Ervin Santana (MIN) -- Fri 7/15-CLE (Carrasco), Wed 7/20-@DET (Verlander)81. Zack Godley (ARI) -- Tue 7/19-TOR (Sanchez), Sun 7/24-@CIN (Finnegan)82. Masahiro Tanaka (NYY) -- Sun 7/17-BOS (Price), Fri 7/22-SF (Bumgarner)83. Wei-Yin Chen (MIA) -- Fri 7/15-@STL (Garcia), Wed 7/20-@PHI (Hellickson)84. Junior Guerra (MIL) -- Wed 7/20-@PIT (Liriano)85. Anibal Sanchez (DET) -- Tue 7/19-MIN (Milone), Sun 7/24-@CWS (Quintana)86. Tyrell Jenkins (ATL) -- Tue 7/19-@CIN (Reed), Sun 7/24-@COL (Chatwood)87. Zach Eflin (PHI) -- Sun 7/17-NYM (deGrom), Fri 7/22-@PIT (Kuhl)88. Tyler Anderson (COL) -- Mon 7/18-TB (Smyly), Sat 7/23-ATL (Wisler)89. Jorge De La Rosa (COL) -- Fri 7/15-@ATL (Harrell), Wed 7/20-TB (Archer)90. Mike Fiers (HOU) -- Mon 7/18-@OAK (Graveman), Sun 7/24-LAA (Tropeano)91. Jeremy Hellickson (PHI) -- Fri 7/15-NYM (Colon), Wed 7/20-MIA (Chen)92. Archie Bradley (ARI) -- Sat 7/16-LAD (McCarthy), Fri 7/22-@CIN (Lamb)93. James Shields (CWS) -- Sat 7/16-@LAA (Shoemaker), Thu 7/21-DET (Pelfrey)94. Jimmy Nelson (MIL) -- Sat 7/16-@CIN (Lamb), Fri 7/22-CHC (Hammel)95. Mike Leake (STL) -- Mon 7/18-SD (Friedrich), Sat 7/23-LAD (Maeda)96. Edinson Volquez (KC) -- Mon 7/18-CLE (Kluber), Sun 7/24-TEX (Griffin)97. Logan Verrett (NYM) -- Sat 7/16-@PHI (Eickhoff), Fri 7/22-@MIA (Conley)98. Yovani Gallardo (BAL) -- Fri 7/15-@TB (Archer), Wed 7/20-@NYY (Pineda)99. Josh Tomlin (CLE) -- Sun 7/17-@MIN (Gibson), Sat 7/23-@BAL (Gausman)100. Bartolo Colon (NYM) -- Fri 7/15-@PHI (Hellickson), Wed 7/20-@CHC (Hendricks)101. Matt Moore (TB) -- Sat 7/16-BAL (Tillman), Thu 7/21-@OAK (Gray)102. James Paxton (SEA) -- Fri 7/15-HOU (Fister), Fri 7/22-@TOR (Estrada)103. Blake Snell (TB) -- Tue 7/19-@COL (Chatwood), Sun 7/24-@OAK (Manaea)104. Chad Bettis (COL) -- Sat 7/16-@ATL (Foltynewicz), Thu 7/21-ATL (Foltynewicz)105. Chase Anderson (MIL) -- Tue 7/19-@PIT (Locke), Sun 7/24-CHC (Lester)106. Rick Porcello (BOS) -- Tue 7/19-SF (Peavy), Sun 7/24-MIN (Milone)107. Tyler Duffey (MIN) -- Sat 7/16-CLE (Bauer), Thu 7/21-@BOS (Wright)108. Dylan Bundy (BAL) -- Sun 7/17-@TB (Odorizzi), Fri 7/22-CLE (Bauer)109. Matt Garza (MIL) -- Fri 7/15-@CIN (DeSclafani), Thu 7/21-@PIT (Cole)110. Wade LeBlanc (SEA) -- Mon 7/18-CWS (Sale)111. Doug Fister (HOU) -- Fri 7/15-@SEA (Paxton), Wed 7/20-@OAK (Mengden)112. Jeff Locke (PIT) -- Tue 7/19-MIL (Anderson), Sun 7/24-PHI (Velasquez)113. Tyler Chatwood (COL) -- Tue 7/19-TB (Snell), Sun 7/24-ATL (Jenkins)114. CC Sabathia (NYY) -- Sat 7/16-BOS (Rodriguez), Thu 7/21-BAL (Tillman)115. Mike Foltynewicz (ATL) -- Sat 7/16-COL (Bettis), Thu 7/21-@COL (Bettis)116. Eduardo Rodriguez (BOS) -- Sat 7/16-@NYY (Sabathia), Fri 7/22-MIN (Gibson)117. R.A. Dickey (TOR) -- Sat 7/16-@OAK (Gray), Sat 7/23-SEA (Iwakuma)118. Luis Perdomo (SD) -- Sat 7/16-SF (Samardzija), Thu 7/21-@STL (Wainwright)119. Christian Friedrich (SD) -- Mon 7/18-@STL (Leake), Sat 7/23-@WSH (TBD)120. Andrew Cashner (SD) -- Fri 7/15-SF (Bumgarner), Wed 7/20-@STL (Garcia)121. Miguel Gonzalez (CWS) -- Fri 7/15-@LAA (Santiago), Wed 7/20-@SEA (Hernandez)122. Colin Rea (SD) -- Tue 7/19-@STL (Martinez), Sun 7/24-@WSH (Gonzalez)123. Tom Koehler (MIA) -- Sat 7/16-@STL (Wainwright), Thu 7/21-@PHI (Eickhoff)124. Patrick Corbin (ARI) -- Fri 7/15-LAD (Norris), Wed 7/20-TOR (Stroman)125. Cody Reed (CIN) -- Tue 7/19-ATL (Jenkins)126. Matt Boyd (DET) -- Mon 7/18-MIN (Nolasco), Sat 7/23-@CWS (Sale)127. Kyle Gibson (MIN) -- Sun 7/17-CLE (Tomlin), Fri 7/22-@BOS (Rodriguez)128. Nathan Eovaldi (NYY) -- Tue 7/19-BAL (TBD), Sun 7/24-SF (Cueto)129. Matt Wisler (ATL) -- Mon 7/18-@CIN (Finnegan), Sat 7/23-@COL (Anderson)130. Chad Kuhl (PIT) -- Sun 7/17-@WSH (Scherzer), Fri 7/22-PHI (Eflin)131. Kendall Graveman (OAK) -- Mon 7/18-HOU (Fiers), Sat 7/23-TB (Smyly)132. Hyun-Jin Ryu (LAD) -- Wed 7/20-@WSH (Strasburg)133. Jered Weaver (LAA) -- Sun 7/17-CWS (Turner), Sat 7/23-@HOU (McHugh)134. Ricky Nolasco (MIN) -- Mon 7/18-@DET (Boyd), Sat 7/23-@BOS (Price)135. Wade Miley (SEA) -- Tue 7/19-CWS (Quintana)136. Ivan Nova (NYY) -- Mon 7/18-BAL (Gausman), Sat 7/23-SF (Samardzija)137. Tommy Milone (MIN) -- Tue 7/19-@DET (Sanchez), Sun 7/24-@BOS (Porcello)138. Martin Perez (TEX) -- Fri 7/15-@CHC (Hendricks), Wed 7/20-@LAA (Santiago)139. Mike Pelfrey (DET) -- Sat 7/16-KC (Duffy), Thu 7/21-@CWS (Shields)140. Tim Lincecum (LAA) -- Tue 7/19-TEX (TBD)141. Jake Peavy (SF) -- Tue 7/19-@BOS (Porcello)142. Matt Cain (SF) -- Wed 7/20-@BOS (Pomeranz)Hitting ratingsThe chart below lists each of the 30 teams total number of scheduled games, home games and games versus right- and left-handed pitchers, and provides a matchup rating for the weeks games in terms of overall offense, offense for left- and right-handed hitters, and base stealing. Matchup ratings for each individual game are listed under the corresponding date.Hitting matchup chart, July 15-24 H: Hitters matchup rating, which accounts for the opposing starting pitchers past history (three years worth as well as past 21 days) as well as ballpark factors. L: Hitters matchup rating accounting only for left-handed hitters. R: Hitters matchup rating accounting for only right-handed hitters. S: Base stealing matchup rating, which accounts for the opponents catchers ability to gun down opposing base stealers. Ratings range from 1-10, with 10 representing the best possible matchup, statistically speaking, and 1 representing the worst.Hitting advantagesHere are this weeks volume plays, defined as the teams that play the most home games, or games against right- or left-handed starters:Total games: Orioles 10, Yankees 10, Rays 10, White Sox 10, Tigers 10, Minnesota Twins 10, Athletics 10, Braves 10, Marlins 10, Philadelphia Phillies 10, Cardinals 10, Rockies 10, Padres 10Home games: Yankees 10, Athletics 10, Cardinals 10, Nationals 9, Reds 9, Phillies 7, Rockies 7Versus LH: Athletics 5, Rays 4, Blue Jays 4, White Sox 4, Tigers 4, Braves 4, Nationals 4, Milwaukee Brewers 4, Cardinals 4Versus RH: Pirates 9, Orioles 8, Royals 8, Marlins 8, Reds 8, Rockies 8, Red Sox 7, Indians 7, Twins 7, Angels 7, Rangers 7, Giants 7The Reds should get off to a good start offensively in the second half, in large part because theyll play their nine games in Week 15 at hitting-friendly Great American Ball Park. Six of those will be against the Brewers (4.50, 21st) and Diamondbacks (4.77, 27th), both of whom rank among the bottom 10 in baseball in ERA, which only helps matters. Icing on the cake: The Reds also appear likely to miss Zack Greinke, the Diamondbacks ace who is on the DL, and Braves ace Julio Teheran. Though the Reds did finish the first half on a bit of a down note, batting just .238/.304/.359 while averaging 4.00 runs per game in their final two weeks before the break, these are substantially better matchups than the team saw during that stretch. The home cooking should favor some of the teams standouts there thus far: Tucker Barnhart is a .330/.372/.500 hitter in 28 games at Great American; Jay Bruce has .271 isolated power and a 6.6 percent home run rate; Adam Duvall has .312 isolated power and a ridiculous 8.1 percent home run rate; and Billy Hamilton has a wOBA 69 points higher at home (.320) than on the road (.251).If the Reds dont have the most favorable set of hitting matchups, the Braves do -- theyre the ones with the series at Coors Field, four games to be exact. The key difference, though, is a smaller number of viable fantasy options on the Braves roster, led, obviously, by Freddie Freeman (.311/.400/.608 triple-slash rates in his final 20 games of the first half). Two other Braves who finished the first half on a high note also warrant your attention facing a schedule like this: Jace Peterson batted .311/.354/.527 in his final 19 games, while Nick Markakis hit .288/.318/.463 in his final 20. Theyll almost assuredly bat first (Peterson), third (Freeman) and fourth (Markakis) for most of the starts this week.For those who play in leagues that divide the July 15-24 scoring period into two separate weeks, July 15-17 and July 18-24, heres a quick look at the best hitting matchups from either of those two scoring periods:The Reds and Brewers have easily the best schedules of the July 15-17 weekend, thanks to their series against one another at Great American Ball Park. The Dodgers, who play three at Arizonas Chase Field while avoiding Greinke, arent far behind, and the Cleveland Indians have the American Leagues best schedule, thanks to three games at the Twins.The Braves have far and away the best schedule of the July 18-24 week, thanks to the four-game trip to Coors, but the Rockies, who also play the entirety of their seven-game schedule at Coors, arent far behind. The Reds, Red Sox and Indians also have rather favorable schedules during that week. ' ' ' 
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