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Fantasy Baseball Week 5: Two-Start Pitchers Under 50% Owned Yahoo


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 transactions for other one start streaming options!

PitcherOpp1Opp2Own
Brad KellerTBR@DET49%
Julio TeheranSDP@MIA46%
Mike SorokaSDP@MIA36%
Jhoulys ChacinCOLNYM32%
Michael Wacha@WSH@CHC26%
Nick Margevicius@ATLLAD22%
Michael PinedaHOU@NYY20%
Freddy PeraltaCOLNYM19%
Jeff SamardzijaLAD@CIN18%
Anibal SanchezSTL@PHI14%
Kyle GibsonHOU@NYY13%
Clay Buchholz@LAA@TEX13%
Jake OdorizziHOU@NYY12%
Tanner Roark@NYMSFG12%
Jakob JunisTBR@DET10%
Merrill KellyNYY@COL10%
Sandy AlcantaraCLEATL9%
Adam Wainwright@WSH@CHC9%
David Hess@CHWTBR3%
Ivan NovaBALBOS2%
Jason VargasCIN@MIL1%
Adrian SampsonPITTOR0%

On Friday's, PitcherList.com's Max Freeze looks at every projected two start pitcher for the week ahead and shares his thoughts about rolling with them on your roster!
Fantasy Baseball Week 5 Two Start Pitchers