Fantasy Baseball 2012: 2-Start Pitchers Log for July 30-August 5

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Fantasy Baseball 2012: 2-Start Pitchers Log for July 30-August 5
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Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg (11-4, 2.76 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, 151/32 K-BB) has two home meetings with the Phillies and Marlins this week.

The following 41 pitchers are expected to log two starts each for the week of July 30-Aug. 5.

For head-to-head league owners looking to squeeze out another six to nine strikeouts or one more win per week with unassuming free agents like Tommy Milone, Jose Quintana, Cole De Vries or Seattle's Hisashi Iwakuma, this list might have a purpose.

For a top-10 ranking of this week's biggest two-start stars, click here.

  • Jered Weaver, Angels
  • Cliff Lee, Phillies
  • Madison Bumgarner, Giants
  • David Price, Rays
  • Stephen Strasburg, Nationals
  • Homer Bailey, Reds
  • Max Scherzer, Tigers
  • Tommy Hanson, Braves
  • Matt Harvey, Mets
  • Aaron Laffey, Blue Jays
  • Marco Estrada, Brewers
  • Luke Hochevar, Royals
  • Ricky Nolasco, Marlins
  • Ervin Santana, Angels
  • Tim Lincecum, Giants
  • Kyle Lohse, Cardinals
  • Tommy Milone, Athletics
  • Mike Leake, Reds
  • Aaron Harang, Dodgers
  • Clay Buchholz, Red Sox
  • Josh Beckett, Red Sox
  • Mark Buehrle, Marlins
  • Jose Quintana, White Sox
  • Ricky Romero, Blue Jays
  • A.J. Griffin, Athletics
  • Trevor Cahill, Diamondbacks
  • Derek Holland, Rangers
  • Edinson Volquez, Padres
  • Roy Oswalt, Rangers
  • Bud Norris, Astros
  • Erik Bedard, Pirates
  • Freddy Garcia, Yankees
  • Derek Lowe, Indians
  • Nick Blackburn, Twins
  • Drew Pomeranz, Rockies
  • Jeremy Hefner, Mets
  • Jason Marquis, Padres
  • Hisashi Iwakuma, Mariners
  • Cole De Vries, Twins
  • Miguel Gonzalez, Orioles
  • Jeff Francis, Rockies


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