Luis Severino fired by Mets violating MLB’s domestic violence and sexual assault policy.

Streaming pitchers is an incredibly important strategy for fantasy baseball managers, especially those in daily leagues. Even in weekly leagues it’s important to know the upcoming matchups for starting pitchers as you make your start/sit lineup decisions and place waiver wire bids. Below we take a look at the top fantasy baseball streaming pitchers of the day.

You can also check out our full probable pitchers report for the next two weeks. You can use that in coordination with our Streaming Pitcher Planner and Two-Start Pitcher Projections to plan your fantasy baseball rotation.

What are pitching streamers?
Streaming pitchers is a strategy where fantasy owners target short-term rentals on the waiver wire that will provide the a boost in production for a given week. By targeting matchups and pitchers who have more than one start in a week, fantasy owners can improve their weekly or daily output from the starting pitcher position.


A turning point for Luis Severino in his first month with the New York Mets occurred in Cincinnati on April 6 after he issued a bases-loaded walk. Following the free pass, he told catcher Omar Narváez that they should rely on his four-seam fastball.

The pitch carried some zip. Severino threw four pitches, all four-seamers, each one a tick faster than the last. The last one clocked in at 98.4 mph to get Will Benson swinging and end a troublesome inning. Afterward, Severino screamed.

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