Sometimes in head-to-head leagues, the best team simply does not win. Maybe there was a key injury. Maybe there was a streak of potential wins blown by a bad bullpen. Or maybe the "worse" team had multiple two-start pitchers.
The two-start week can be an equalizer for a team without an ace. Ultimately, points are points, and a dominant outing by an ace can be beaten by two solid turns from an otherwise average starter. And if you are unlucky enough to face a two-start ace, it might seem like the week is over before it starts.
This list of two-start pitchers for week four is broken into tiers, so those looking to stream pitchers will see who is worth targeting, and who may be best left on waivers.