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Fantasy Baseball Two-Start Pitchers Week 26

Cliff Lee, Cleveland IndiansQuality starting pitching is essential to winning in fantasy baseball, especially in playoff time. The time has come to consider adding a starting pitcher who will make two starts in Week 26. Instead of naming two sleepers to keep an eye on during the final week of the season, we’re going to list every starting pitcher you should keep through the end of the 2008 fantasy baseball season because they make two-starts.

If you consult our list of fantasy baseball playoff tips, you’ll notice we told you to make sure you know the dates of the final starts of the season of your starting pitchers. That way, you know when to cut them and add a pitcher in their place. Head to head championship matchups require owners to accumulate as many statistics as possible. It is important to know when it is okay to cut ties with a stud pitcher like Cliff Lee without losing out on his final start.

Below, we will list every scheduled two-start pitcher in week 26, and the days of their two-starts (Tuesday/Sunday, for example). Keep in mind that the schedule for two-start pitchers is always “probable,” and MLB playoff teams will often change their rotations leading up to the playoffs in order to put their best pitchers in line for the postseason. Leagues with daily lineup changes should be checked by their owners daily, of course.

This week’s two start pitchers and their probable start dates are, as follows:

  • Johan Santana, New York Mets: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Brandon Webb, Arizona Diamondbacks: Monday / Saturday
  • Tim Lincecum, San Francisco Giants: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Cliff Lee, Cleveland Indians: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Cole Hamels, Philadelphia Phillies: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Jake Peavy, San Diego Padres: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Chad Billingsley, Los Angeles Dodgers: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Rich Harden, Chicago Cubs: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Ervin Santana, Anaheim Angels: Monday / Saturday
  • Edinson Volquez, Cincinnati Reds: Tuesday / Sunday
  • James Shields, Tampa Bay Rays: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Mike Mussina, New York Yankees: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Javier Vazquez, Chicago White Sox: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Josh Beckett, Boston Red Sox: Monday / Saturday
  • Ricky Nolasco, Florida Marlins: Monday / Saturday
  • Zack Greinke, Kansas City Royals: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Todd Wellmeyer, St. Louis Cardinals: Monday / Saturday
  • Gil Meche, Kansas City Royals: Monday / Saturday
  • Jair Jurrjens, Atlanta Braves: Monday / Sunday
  • Scott Baker, Minnesota Twins: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Kyle Lohse, St. Louis Cardinals: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Aaron Harang, Cincinnati Reds: Monday / Saturday
  • Ubaldo Jimenez, Colorado Rockies: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Dave Bush, Milwaukee Brewers: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Scott Olsen, Florida Marlins: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Tim Wakefield, Boston Red Sox: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Jesse Litsch, Toronto Blue Jays: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Jason Marquis, Chicago Cubs: Monday / Saturday
  • Greg Smith, Oakland Athletics: Monday / Saturday
  • Kevin Millwood, Texas Rangers: Monday / Sunday
  • Wandy Rodriguez, Houston Astros: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Ryan Rowland Smith, Seattle Mariners: Monday / Saturday
  • Jonathon Niese, New York Mets: Monday / Saturday
  • Freddy Anthony Garcia, Detroit Tigers: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Shairon Martis, Washington Nationals: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Zach Jackson, Cleveland Indians: Monday / Saturday
  • Ryan Feierabend, Seattle Mariners: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Josh Outman, Oakland Athletics: Tuesday / Sunday
  • Brian Bass, Baltimore Orioles: Monday / Sunday
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