Seattle's fate hinges on four young players providing support for three big hitters
Sean Manaea is a two-start option you can't pass up, according to Scott White, who points out some of the more useful players on the waiver wire in the season's final week.
The Mariners may have missed the Hernandez prime window, but there's still some hope
Most wild card hopefuls have their aces lined up for the winner-take-all game
Probable pitchers can change from one day to the next this time of year, which makes ranking two-start pitchers for the week ahead more art than science. But Scott White is up for the challenge.
If you didn't make a move for A.J. Pollock a couple weeks ago, you're probably feeling left out today. But good news! Scott White has six other players you can pick up.
Trout also went 0 for 4 with a four strikeouts
Two-start aces are in short supply, but some reinforcements may be available on waivers. Al Melchior ranks all of the projected two-start pitchers and recommends a pair of free agent targets.
The impending trade deadline may shuffle some rotations, but there are still some two-start pitchers on waivers worth targeting, even if schedules change.
Melvin Upton's move to Toronto might be concerning if Fantasy owners were buying into him in the first place. Scott White also looks at Michael Pineda's, James Paxton's and Sean Manaea's quality outings.

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