Starting pitcher projections for Week 11: June 12-18

Joe Musgrove gets two starts during Week 11. How is he projected to do in each matchup? Bob Levey/Getty Images

The Fantasy Baseball Forecaster pitching grid has been updated as of Sunday, June 18, at 9:15 a.m. ET.

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Here's the scheduled starter for each game from June 12-18, including a projected game score for each pitcher in each matchup. A 50 is typically deemed a "quality start" by this measure, while a 70 is considered a dominant start:

Pitching scuttlebutt

The New York Yankees, who needed a fill-in for CC Sabathia (DL: hamstring) on June 18, will give Luis Cessa a spot start on that day.

James Shields (DL: lat), who made a third rehabilitation start for Triple-A Charlotte on June 13, will rejoin the Chicago White Sox's rotation on June 18. Derek Holland will have his next start pushed back into Week 12.

Hector Santiago (DL: shoulder) is not expected to be ready to rejoin the Minnesota Twins' rotation during Week 11.

Kyle Hendricks (DL: finger) suffered a setback and will not be ready to rejoin the Chicago Cubs' rotation during Week 11.

Tyler Anderson (DL: knee) will throw a bullpen session June 13 and is likely to need a minor league rehabilitation start before rejoining the Colorado Rockies' rotation, putting his anticipated return most likely during Week 12.

Kenta Maeda will make a spot start for the Los Angeles Dodgers on June 18, affording the team's other starters an additional day's rest apiece.