With leagues limiting moves, so fantasy owners do not stream their way to victory, picking up two start pitchers is crucial in fantasy baseball. Here are some options that are most likely available in your league, that can give you two starts next week. Do not be afraid to add them this weekend if you have an extra move or two available and feel like you can win your pitching categories without making another move. Save next weeks moves for streaming options!
Some of you in deeper leagues will have to give guys like Tyler Anderson, Carson Fulmer and Ben Lively a go.
Pitchers Worth Adding Making Two Starts < 50% Owned on Yahoo
|Pitcher||Team||Opp1||Opp2||% Owned Yahoo|
|Miles Mikolas||STL||vs. MIL (Jhoulys Chacin)||@ CIN (Cody Reed)||44%|
|Jakob Junis||KC||vs. SEA (Felix Hernandez)||vs. LAA (Garrett Richards||32%|
|Tyler Skaggs||LAA||@ TEX (Martin Perez)||@ KC (Eric Skoglund)||30%|
|Mike Foltynewicz||ATL||@ WAS (A.J. Cole)||@ CHC (Tyler Chatwood)||22%|
|Homer Bailey||CIN||@ PHI (Aaron Nola)||vs. STL (Carlos Martinez)||4%|
Every Friday I look at every projected two-start pitcher for the week ahead and detail my thoughts about rolling with them on your roster. There are four tiers: Definitely, Probably, Questionable, Bench. Definitely Start features starters that are no doubters for the week ahead followed by Probably Start with pitchers that look like good plays but may create a hesitation or two. Players labeled as Questionable are for deeper leagues or have one-of-two outings that should be skipped. Pitchers under Bench should be avoided despite their two starts in the week ahead. - Pitcher List