Very early slow start sells, 2024

This is the time of the year when we preach the value of exercising excruciating patience when it comes to early bad results.

That said, very bad early stats or skills by some SP can be signs that should make you consider selling high on them, particularly if their skills show multiple signs of worry. This is especially the case if you have big holes in other areas of your roster that you can patch by trading away SP that are carrying ominous early season skills.

These 4.00+ ERA starting pitchers have posted the worst skills so far in 2024:

NameLgTmK%BB%K-BB%GB%SwK%Ball%BPV
A.J. PukNLMIA14%24%-10%31%8.3%43%(189)
Triston McKenzieALCLE8%19%-11%36%5.6%44%(148)
Michael SorokaALCHW11%14%-2%56%6.5%43%(33)
JP SearsALOAK10%10%0%27%8.7%33%(31)
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