You can expect to see plenty of pitching changes the final week of the season, which is why you shouldn't assume two-start status for anyone. Scott White ranks the most likely options, though.
Brandon Finnegan looks like a changed pitcher and may be worth a gamble even with the innings closing in. Scott White also considers Alex Reyes' and Ender Inciarte's Fantasy appeal.
The Marlins righty has run hot and cold over his career, but he has been building consistency. Al Melchior looks into Koehler's rest-of-season value, along with that of three other surging players.
Colin Rea left with an elbow injury during his first start with the Marlins
The impending trade deadline may shuffle some rotations, but there are still some two-start pitchers on waivers worth targeting, even if schedules change.
The need for a starting pitcher has become amplified for Miami
There are a few elite exceptions, but Week 14 two-start pitching options look mostly ragged.
Matt Moore is finally on a good run, and Chris Towers looks at why the long-touted lefty might be turning a corner.
One of the most lopsided division in baseball includes two of the best teams in the league (the Mets and Nationals), and two of the worst (Braves and Phillies). Meanwhile the talented but flawed Marlins look poised for a 13th straight season somewhere in the vast middle.
Marlins staffers participated in day one of the "Clubbie Olympics" on Thursday. They wore full catcher's gear and tried to catch pop-ups, among other things.

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