Chris Archer has a point, you know. The Tampa Bay Rays hurler seemed to be the loudest of those complaining on Twitter that his teammate Blake Snell unceremoniously was missing from the American League All-Star team, though the fact remains there are obvious reasons why this occurred and Snell is likely to end up getting a nod anyway. The point is that as of today Snell leads the AL in ERA and other stuff and is not officially on the All-Star team. Fantasy managers, of course, realize how great Snell is; he enters Monday as the No. 14 option on the season-long Player Rater, though there is someone even more snubbed than he is!
16hJake Trotter and Adam Rittenberg
4hSeth Walder and Hank Gargiulo
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10hDavid M. Hale
2dDavid M. Hale