2015 deadline pickups Michael Fulmer, Daniel Norris, and Matt Boyd have a 3.34 ERA in 261 innings
Yulieski Gurriel made his debut over the weekend, but it was overshadowed by stellar pitching performances from David Phelps and Robbie Ray. Scott White shares his players to add.
The two-start options are lacking in quality this week, according to Scott White, making widely available options like Anibal Sanchez and Mike Foltynewicz more attractive than usual.
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.
A combination of long-term salary and poor play could land you here
Breakout arms like Vince Velasquez were the story of Week 2. Now Chris Towers helps break down the pitching landscape ahead of Fantasy Week 3.
As we head into the second week of the season, the real work of setting a Fantasy rotation begins. Al Melchior highlights some starters to target and avoid for the coming scoring period.
The Royals are looking to repeat as AL Central champs, but the ascending Indians have something to say about it, as do a rebuilt White Sox team, the big-spending Tigers and a young, intriguing Twins squad.

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