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Head-to-head fantasy baseball's Week 10 is here and by now, you should have a pretty general idea as to how your pitching staff will fare going forward. For those in need of an extra start or two, there are a few two-start pitchers that could give your fantasy team the production needed to finish the week a winner.
With that in mind, here are three two-start pitchers worth adding for Week 10.
3. Griffin Canning, Los Angeles Angels
Griffin Canning has two tough starts against the Chicago Cubs and Seattle Mariners in Week 10, but he's has been excellent for the Angels as of late. The 23-year-old righty owns a 1.00 ERA and 0.67 WHIP, with 15 strikeouts over his last three starts. Canning is available in 62 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Baseball leagues and if all goes right this week, he may be worth holding onto for the long haul as well.
2. Wade Miley, Houston Astros
With starts against Seattle and the Baltimore Orioles lined up this week, Wade Miley makes for a pretty solid two-streamer in Week 10. It also doesn't hurt that the the veteran lefty has been in excellent form over his last three starts, sporting a 2.50 ERA with 19 strikeouts across 18 innings pitched. Miley is still available in 53 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Baseball leagues, so pick him up before he's snatched off the waiver wire.
1. Eric Lauer, San Diego Padres
The Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals won't be easy home starts to make, but Eric Lauer has been in exceptional form lately. The 24-year-old lefty has gone 2-0 with 1.46 ERA and 0.65 WHIP across his last two starts. Lauer is also at his best when he's pitching at home, owning 2.67 ERA at Petco Park this season. Lauer is available in 86 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Baseball leagues and could be the two-start pitcher of Week 10 with the highest upside.
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