Mayday Milone, one last time (USP)
Not the friendliest streaming card, but some of us need these guys. Double-check everything and pick carefully, it's baseball's silly season. And after they work for you, dump them: they're not pitching again.
Phil Hughes at TOR - Take advantage of an opponent that's packed it in.
Tommy Milone vs. SEA - Sweet music at home; gets messy on the road.
Mike Fiers vs. HOU - He's crashed back to earth, but look at the opponent.
Edinson Volquez vs. SF - Never a fun ride, but Petco hides mistakes.
Erasmo Ramirez at OAK - A credible option after recent turns.
Josh Beckett vs. COL - Home start against Colorado is always a good draw.
Joe Saunders vs. BOS - Hard to trust in this homer-happy park, but Sox no longer scary.
Josh Collmenter vs. CHC - Wrong park, right opponent.
Ross Detwiler at STL - Right park, wrong opponent.
Wandy Rodriguez vs. CIN - Slumber Company might not support him; faces Cueto.
Nathan Eovaldi vs. PHI - Interesting 2013 sleeper.
Zach McAllister vs. KC - Never trust a Zach without the K.
Jose Quintana vs. TB - Hasta manana; up against Price
Jordan Lyles at MIL - Some hits, some misses, but a terrible spot here.
Henderson Alvarez vs. NYY - Pitches to contact, loud contact.
Zach Stewart at BAL - Never trust a Zach without the K.
Liam Hendricks vs. DET - Don't mess with Detroit's offense.
Jorge De La Rosa at LAD - Unlikely to work deep into the game.
Chris Rusin at ARI - Hammered in three turns, looks like 5 IP max.
Luke Hochevar at CLE - How long will the Royals withstand this?
Possible Monday Look-Aheads (consider *all* of these highly tentative; names listed in no particular order): Paul Maholm, Jeff Locke, Kyle Kendrick, Wei-Yin Chen, Alex Cobb, Rick Porcello, Jaime Garcia, Bronson Arroyo, Jarrod Parker. I can't endorse Aaron Harang against Matt Cain, or Martin Perez, even in Oakland.