Dallas Keuchel (69% Y!, 64.1% ESPN, 92% CBS) had a few games where he struggled a bit after being dominate for part of the season. He has looked like that early guy the past few times out. He is looking for his 4th consecutive QS on Sunday when the Astros take on the Rangers. Keuchel should provide you with nice ratios, some strikeouts, and be in line for a QS and or a W.
Kevin Gausman (17% Y!, 7.4% ESPN, 64% CBS) is your guy if you are looking for strikeouts. Gausman will take on the Cardinals, and while he hasn’t struck a ton out in his past few starts, he has the ability. He may walk more than you’d like, but playing on a first place team should keep him in line for a possible W.
Phil Hughes (43% Y!, 26.9% ESPN, 83% CBS) takes on the league leading A’s at O.co on Sunday. He’s more of a desperation stream for Sunday, because I don’t necessarily like the match-up, but I love where the game is being played. Hughes has had his best season as a pro, and will look for that to continue Sunday. Hughes should provide nice ratios, because he doesn’t walk many guys, and should be in line for a QS.
Brad Hand ( 2% Y!, 1% ESPN, 16% CBS) will be looking for his 5th consecutive QS when he takes the mound at Great American Ball Park on Sunday. The Reds lineup is filled with holes at this point, and Hand should be able to take advantage. I expect him to provide moderate ratios and be in line for a QS and or W.