Unlike Week 1, we have a slate of two-start arms to choose among in the coming scoring period. Are they wonderful choices? No, not exactly. There are a small band that look to be useful in both of their trips to the mound, and naturally, a group in the bottom tier that it is suggested you avoid despite the lure of two starts.

Please realize that these articles feature most recent rotation information available when the article is written, but that circumstances do change due to weather conditions, injuries and general craziness with managers. If a pitcher listed here as having two starts ends up with one (or perhaps none) in the upcoming week, apologies but this article is meant to provide analysis, it is up to the manager to set the...