Two-start pitchers are a great way to stream pitchers, and also is important for setting weekly leagues. David Price, Johnny Cueto, Corey Kluber, are all highlight pitchers getting two starts this week. I will highlight those streamers, alongside potential risky start/sit players. All probable start dates are those listed on ESPN.com. Just want to apologize, we will usually have these out Monday morning, just had a conflict.
|Anibal Sanchez||Tueday, Sunday||MIN, KCR|
|Jered Weaver||Tueday, Sunday||OAK, SFG|
|Sonny Gray||Tueday, Sunday||LAA, LAD|
|Michael Wacha||Tueday, Sunday||PHI, PIT|
|Trevor Bauer||Tueday, Sunday||KCR, TOR|
|Johnny Cueto||Tueday, Sunday||MIL, ATL|
|Julio Teheran||Tueday, Sunday||WAS, CIN|
Johnny Cueto has a great two-start week, facing a battered Milwaukee team, and a below average offense in Atlanta. Michael Wacha, Trevor Bauer, and Sonny Gray all are pitching great, and despite a few matchups against better offenses, they are safe starts as well. If you have any shares of Jered Weaver, I am passing on his starts this week, just not a guy worth owning in fantasy baseball anymore. The A's and Giants both have a fair share of left-handed bats, whom are hitting .354 off of him this season. Anibal Sanchez is a safe start against the Twins and Royals this week. Julio Teheran is an okay start against Washington, I am not loving it, but he should put in a quality start. The start against Cincinnati scares me, he is a fly ball pitcher, and the Reds lineup has been a solid bunch so far.