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Cardinals and OF Michael Wacha avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract. Financials of the deal aren't known. Wacha was arbitration-eligible for the second time. [...]
I've been focusing a lot on hitters so far with my 2018 fantasy baseball sleepers (clickbait). This is not by design. Hanging in my kitchen, an Elvis clock that keeps time by swiveling its hips and a poster of a cat making sushi, so I can call that room my "kitsch-en," that's by design. We need to find cheap pitchers who will return a better ROI just as much as cheap hitters. By the way, ROI is the douchiest thing I've ever written on Razzball, and I tried to make "Potatoes to chips" a thing for five years. Though, potatoes to chips, I kinda want to own Michael Wacha in every league. You can look at his 12-9 record with a 4.13 ERA and balk, but Steve Carlton had a shizzton of balks, so is this a bad thing? Not to answer, but to ruminate while sipping a pamplemousse La Croix. This isn't even about the Cardinals making explosive players out of duds, i.e., making dynamite out of nitric acid and a manifesto. There's one word females aren't trying to gender neutralize, huh? You don't hear anyone complaining it's not personifesto or even womanifesto. Sure, leave us white men with the crap words! Now, that I've mansplained manifesto... What can we expect from Michael Wacha for 2018 fantasy baseball and what makes him a sleeper?
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The current trend indicates that there has been moderate movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Wacha. In the past week his own percentage has decreased by 10.91% . Meanwhile his start percentage has increased by 12.79% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Wacha is 99% and his lowest is 46.30%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 64.10% and lowest is 35.29%.
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