Fantasy Baseball Streaming: 3 Two-Start Pitchers Available In 60%+ Leagues (9/4 – 9/10)

Fantasy Baseball Streaming: 3 Two-Start Pitchers Available In 60%+ Leagues (9/4 - 9/10)

We’ve made it to the fantasy baseball playoffs! It’s time to optimize your roster for the win-or-go-home matchup this week, with three two-start pitchers available in most leagues. September is when you close it out strong to win your fantasy baseball league. That means the week of 9/4 is the best time to capitalize on streaming two-start pitchers.

Here are three two-start pitchers that should be available in your league for the week of 9/4!

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Fantasy Baseball Streaming: 3 Two-Start Pitchers Available In 60%+ Leagues (9/4 – 9/10)

Bryan Woo (SEA) – Monday @ CIN, Saturday @ TB (37% Rostered)

Bryan Woo made last week’s article as well, but his second start originally scheduled for Sunday in New York, was pushed back until Monday.

Woo has two tougher matchups on the road this week, but he has battled through adversity in the past. The Mariners starter returned from the IL a few weeks ago and threw six shutout innings with five strikeouts, one walk, and three hits allowed in his last start against the Athletics.

There is some risk here, but the rookie righthander brings the upside with the strikeouts. He has 68 punchouts in 65 innings this season, including five outings of seven-plus strikeouts.

Kyle Hendricks (CHC) – Tuesday vs. SF, Sunday vs. ARI (36% Rostered)

Kyle Hendricks might be my favorite underrostered two-start pitcher this week. The Cubs veteran has turned back the clock this season, especially in the second half.

Since allowing five earned runs in his first start after the All-Star break, Hendricks has allowed three runs or fewer in eight of his nine starts. Unfortunately, that other start saw him get beat up by the Braves to the tune of seven runs in four innings.

That hasn’t had an impact on his value, though. Since that bad start against the Braves on August 4th, Hendricks has allowed just nine runs (eight earned) in 29 innings (2.48 ERA).

While Woo brings the upside with the strikeouts, Hendricks is a safer option. He only has 74 strikeouts in 110.1 innings this season, but it’s worth noting that he has 23 punchouts across 29 innings in his last five starts.

Hendricks can hopefully get at least one win this week and a quality start (or two) should be in the cards as well.

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Brandon Pfaadt (ARI) – Tuesday vs. COL, Sunday @ CHC (11% Rostered)

Brandon Pfaadt is an option for you guys out there in deeper leagues. Woo and Hendricks may already be rostered, but Pfaadt should be available.

Don’t let Pfaadt’s 6.21 ERA fool you. He was silent but deadly in August — when he wasn’t facing the Dodgers, that is.

Overall, Pfaadt allowed 15 ER in 33.2 IP with 34 strikeouts and 11 walks in six August starts. He made two starts against the dangerous Dodgers, in which he allowed a total of nine runs in 8.2 IP.

So, if you take those two starts out, Pfaadt allowed 6 ER in 25 IP (2.16 ERA) against the Giants, Padres (twice), and Reds. He did not allow more than three earned runs in any of those four starts, with a total of 25 strikeouts in those outings.

Gambling on a Pfaadt may not always work out, but it’s worth taking the risk this week.

It’s late in the fantasy baseball season, and picking up the right streaming two-start pitchers could save your season this week.


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