With Opening Day for the 2013 MLB season starting at the beginning of the week, fantasy baseball lovers will have a bevy of two-start pitchers to choose from.
It's all about matchups, home/road starts and previous performances that makes the decision of who to start in your fantasy league a difficult one.
Pitchers who might have the benefit of making two starts at home in the same week might seem to have an advantage. Others who are facing teams they've historically had success with in the past can be helpful as well.
For those fantasy baseball aficionados who are struggling with their lineups this week, here is a look at the two-start pitchers for Week 1 in your fantasy league.
Note: All statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted.