2011 Fantasy Baseball Two-Start Pitchers: Week 13

by Ryan Lester of www.lesterslegends.com

Here’s a breakdown of the two-start pitchers for the lucky thirteenth week of the baseball season.

Five Stars
Josh Beckett: SD, @PIT
Roy Halladay: @STL, OAK
Jered Weaver: @FLA, @LAD

Four Stars
Madison Bumgarner: MIN, CLE
Derek Holland: HOU, NYM
Tim Hudson: TOR, @SD
Clayton Kershaw: DET, LAA
Anibal Sanchez: LAA, SEA
Ricky Romero: @ATL, @STL

Three Stars
Doug Fister: @WAS, @FLA
Gavin Floyd: CHC, WAS
Jeff Niemann: @MIL, @HOU
Carlos Zambrano: @CWS, @KC

Two Stars
Jake Arrieta: @PIT, CIN
Fausto Carmona: COL, @SF
Johnny Cueto: NYY, @BAL
Dillon Gee: OAK, @TEX
Livan Hernandez: SEA, @CWS
Luke Hochevar: ARI, CHC
Charlie Morton: BAL, BOS
Dustin Moseley: @BOS, ATL
Chris Narveson: TB, MIN
Ivan Nova: @CIN, COL
Josh Outman: @NYM, @PHI
Carl Pavano: @SF, @MIL
Brad Penny: @LAD, ARI

One Star
J.A. Happ: @TEX, TB
Kyle McClellan: PHI, TOR
Juan Nicasio: @CLE, @NYY
Joe Saunders: @KC, @DET

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  1. Chris says:

    3 stars for Niemann, fresh off the DL and including a matchup vs MIL? That seems a little optimistic.

    • Mike says:

      Absolutely… I’d be weary using him in most formats… and Cueto who has been lights out since coming off DL only given 2stars? i know one of them against NYY but come on… why should be he be in the same class as ivan nova??

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      Especially with the start coming in Milwaukee, where they are an incredibly tough team to beat. I would tend to agree, I’d probably move him to 2-starts.

      As for Cueto, I think he’s borderline and depends on how you want to play it (and how conservative you want to be when ranking 2-start options). Going against the Yankees is an extremely risky proposition.

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