Very early slow start holds, 2024

With only extremely tiny data samples available to us after two weeks of the season, it's hard to put a lot of analytical reliability in skills because they can change wildly from start to start.

That said, many fantasy managers will make rash drop decisions very early in the year once they start to accrue bad stats from their SP. While no one wants to accrue bad stats, those knee-jerk reactions will prevent you from enjoying the ride up when skilled SP see their bad stats correct over time.

Let's take a closer look at some starting pitchers whose bad or mediocre early results shouldn't cause you to panic.
 

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Luis Castillo (RHP, SEA) has inflicted his managers with a 6.89 ERA and 1.85 WHIP after 15 IP, but a glance at his...

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