Mulligans: A second look at ERAs

Identifying starting pitcher sleepers by giving them Mulligans.

Updated: February 24, 2010, 3:03 PM ET
By AJ Mass | ESPN.com

During the course of a major league season, fantasy owners tend to be a very fickle bunch. A mediocre free agent pitcher throws a shutout, and he's snatched up off the waiver wire within seconds. A starting pitcher who had been doing well gets lit up for eight runs in two innings of work, and gets cut by his owner before he reaches the dugout steps.

This knee-jerk reaction by fantasy owners always makes me laugh. Every starting pitcher is entitled to a mulligan or two, because the fact ...

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