Who Should I Draft?

Bartolo Colon or Erik Bedard (2017)

 
Experts' Pick
 
 
Bartolo Colon
SP - ATL
Bartolo Colon
Erik Bedard
SP - FA
Erik Bedard
Expert
Recommendation
100%
Recommended by
22 of 22 experts
0%
Recommended by
0 of 22 experts
Rankings 
   
ECR# 124
Best Rank# 89
Worst Rank# 157
   
ADP 
   
Composite# 245
Best Rank# 213
Worst Rank# 395
   
Projections 
   
Strikeouts119
Wins10
Saves0
ERA4.22
WHIP1.30
   
Misc 
   
Injury Alert
   
Expert Ranks 
   
Scott Pianowski
Yahoo! Sports
# 102
   
Staff Rankings
ScoutFantasy
# 157
   
Michael Beller
Sports Illustrated
# 108
   
Site Projections
RotoChamp
# 90
   
Tim Young
Brewer Rat
# 117
   
Jeff Boggis
Fantasy Football Empire
# 154
   
Dalton Del Don
Yahoo! Sports
# 89
   
KJ
Fantasy Team Advice
# 123
   
Luke Gloeckner
Mr. Cheatsheet
# 128
   
Dave McKay
The Fantasy Sports Brain
# 123
   
Andrew Gould
Bleacher Report
# 140
   
Jake Ciely
RotoExperts
# 121
   
Dennis Esser
Coach Esser
# 117
   
Heath Capps
Fake Teams
# 111
   
Kyle Bishop
RotoBaller
# 96
   
Mario Mergola
Sporfolio
# 102
   
Matt Hayes
Razzball
# 112
   
Bill Dubiel
RotoBaller
# 110
   
Nick Mariano
RotoBaller
# 113
   
Michael Waterloo
RotoExperts
# 137
   
Nick Rodriguez
Fantasy Guru
# 113
   
Jason Johnson
Understanding Fantasy Baseball
# 118
   
 
Bartolo Colon
SP - ATL
Bartolo Colon
Erik Bedard
SP - FA
Erik Bedard
2016 Stats 
   
   
Games Played34
   
Games Started33
   
Innings Pitched192
   
Wins15
   
Losses8
   
Saves0
   
Blown Saves0
   
Holds0
   
Hits Allowed200
   
Earned Runs73
   
Home Runs Allowed24
   
Strikeouts128
   
Walks Issued32
   
ERA3.43
   
WHIP1.21
   
 
Bartolo Colon
SP - ATL
Bartolo Colon
Erik Bedard
SP - FA
Erik Bedard
2017 Projections 
   
   
Games Played30
   
Games Started29
   
Innings Pitched172
   
Wins10
   
Losses11
   
Saves0
   
Blown Saves0
   
Holds0
   
Hits Allowed190
   
Earned Runs81
   
Home Runs Allowed22
   
Strikeouts119
   
Walks Issued32
   
ERA4.22
   
WHIP1.30
   
 
Bartolo Colon
SP - ATL
Bartolo Colon
Erik Bedard
SP - FA
Erik Bedard
News 
 Bartolo Colon, the ageless wonder, was lit up on Saturday by the Tigers in 3 2/3 innings worked. He allowed eight hits and six runs (all earned) while walking two and striking out four. Colon, as is usual and customary, is carrying some inflated numbers this spring, like a 9.20 ERA. But nobody is concerned, not one bit. And if the team is not concerned, then nobody should be concerned.
Steve Painter
 
 Bartolo Colon, hoping to get things like pitch location worked out, instead wound up in survival mode against a hot Pirate offense Monday. Over three innings, he allowed eight hits and five runs (all earned) while walking two and striking out one. Colon, in an interview afterward with the AJC's David O'Brien, said, "The best thing is, thank God, I feel well,” he said through an interpreter. “That’s the most important thing.”
Steve Painter
 
 Bartolo Colon continued to use his anti-aging magic against the Phils Wednesday. Over three innings, he allowed one hit and one run (earned) while walking two and striking out three. He is locked in as the Braves No. 2 starter to start the season.
Steve Painter
 
 Bartolo Colon pitched two innings against the Blue Jays in the spring opener today in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. He threw 36 pitches and 20 were for strikes. He allowed three hits and one run while recording one strikeout. Colon said afterward that he felt good, “I felt good, really good,” Colon said through an interpreter, which he uses for all interviews. “I feel ready for the fight. … My primary focus is location, just trying to have some good command and place my pitches where I want them to be. Unfortunately, it didn’t really feel like it happened today, but the most important thing is I feel good overall.”
Steve Painter
 
 The Braves made the deal last week but today signed Colon to a one-year, $12.5M contract after the physical was passed. Colon is the innings-eater the Braves needed for a year that will allow their young prospects to age and develop one more year in the minors.
Steve Painter
 
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