PT TOMORROW: AL WEST—Bullpen ascending in SEA

Seattle Mariners 

A couple of weeks ago, we noted the club's intention of reducing the workloads of its rookie starters for the balance of 2023. Accordingly in his first start following the All-Star break, Bryce Miller was pulled after five shutout innings and throwing just 70 pitches. Among those who could benefit from an increased bullpen workload is Matt Brash, whose last 14 outings (14 IP, 21 K, an earned run) have been dominating with big closer-of-the-future vibes. But there are less obvious names that should also be interesting to deep-league fantasy players.

One is recently recalled Isaiah Campbell (RHP, SEA), who has thus far tossed 4 IP of scoreless, 6/1 K/BB ball. After battling injuries as a starter, Campbell moved to the...

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