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Sunday, February 16, 2014

2014 FANTASY BASEBALL INSIDER ISSUES: BREAKING DOWN THE "FIVE" HORSEMAN OF PRIME PITCHING PROSPECTS

Drafts are now fully underway and as I have recounted countless times, the starting pitching depth is as deep as I have ever seen.  This season also brings forth a group of young ace pitchers in the making who seem destined for greatness and who will provide some big time potential upside value for one more season at least due to not having pitched a full 2013 season.  Five in particular stand out in the form of the St. Louis Cardinals' Michael Wacha, the Pittsburgh Pirates' Gerrit Cole, the Cincinnati Reds' Tony Cingrani, the Oakland A's Sonny Gray, and the Cleveland Indians' Danny Salazar.  This is now a terrific time to break down all five and rank them according to their expected output for 2014.  Truth be told I love all five of these guys and would love nothing more than to have them on my team.  Also keep in mind the strategy I suggested to draft three or four of them and stack up on hitting early on.  So vast is the upside that I would have no trouble doing such a thing.  Let's get right to it.

1.  Gerrit Cole:  If I had to pick one over the rest of the field I would go with Cole.******THE REST OF THIS FEATURE IS FOR FANTASY SPORTS BOSS INSIDER SUBSCRIBERS ONLY.  USE THE BUY NOW TAB BELOW TO GET YOUR SEASON ACCESS PASS TO ALL INSIDER ARTICLES FOR A ONE-TIME PAYMENT OF $49.99.*******



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