FROM A TO ZINKIE: Finding the four-category starters

Starting pitchers are arguably the hardest group for fantasy owners to get their heads around. Hitters are generally more consistent from one year to the next, and closers are more of a black-and-white case, where they either have a ninth-inning gig or they don’t. But because starters make only about 30 appearances per season, their statistics tend to fluctuate wildly.

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