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You have all heard the saying, "two is better than one," right? There could not have been a truer statement spoken as the two-start pitchers below are excellent options and are must-starts this week.
The following pitchers are decent options and while you should get a solid game out of them, there is a chance they could burn you during one of their outings.
* Note: The pitcher has the best chance at a win against the team in bold
Disregard what I said earlier about "two is better than one," in this case, erase that quote from your brain-housing group for the moment. You would be better off with one solid pitcher than these unfulfilling options:
During the 162-game baseball SEASON, we will see players in the dumps and players riding high. Some players will get it going, while others will not. That is what makes fantasy baseball such an exciting game. What we also see during the
2010 Minors: 4-for-11 and a .788 OPS
2010: 20-for-62, six HRs, 12 RBIs and a 1.064 OPS
2010: 12-for-48, three HR, 10 RBIs
2010 Minors: 14-for-43, two HR, eight RBIs and a 1.055 OPS
2010 Minors: 22-for-58, three HR, 17 RBIs, .379 BA, 1.075 OPS
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