LWOS Week 6 Two Start Pitchers To Stream

Welcome to the Last Word On Sports 2015 Weekly Two Start Pitchers to Stream Report. This will be a series updated every week to give you pitchers that have two-start weeks and can help your fantasy lineup. These pitchers have good match-ups and are likely to be available on your league’s waiver wire. We here at LWOS want to provide you with the best up to date information available, and streaming pitchers weekly will improve your chances of winning a Fantasy Baseball Championship. Below is the Week 6 Two Start Pitchers To Stream.


Noah Syndergaard, SP, New York Mets, Yahoo! Availability 35% 

Probable Starts: 5/12 @ Chicago Cubs; 5/17 vs. Milwaukee

Noah Syndergaard has been pitching at an elite level at Triple-A this year, going 3-0 with a 1.82 ERA. This success has earned him an early season call-up, and I expect big things from the 6’6″ righty. Syndergaard has decent match-ups this week, as he is playing two inconsistent offenses in the Cubs and Brewers. The Cubs have struck out the most times this season while the Brewers have registered the fourth most strikeouts as a team. Syndergaard may be on a pitch count, but still expect him to pitch effectively. Pick up Syndergaard across all formats and start him this week.

Nathan Eovaldi, SP, New York Yankees, Yahoo! Availability 60%

Probable Starts: 5/12 @ Tampa Bay; 5/17 @ Kansas City

Nathan Eovaldi has been solid so far this season, earning a quality start in three of his last four games. His numbers aren’t great, but Eovaldi has electric stuff that should turn him into a fantasy success. First he will face the Rays, who have struggled offensively, and have managed a minuscule four runs per game this season.   His next match-up against the Royals is a tough one, but Eovaldi is still worth a spot start on your roster. I recommend you pick up Nathan Eovaldi and start him while he’s pitching well.

Alex Colome, SP, Tampa Bay Rays, Yahoo! Availability 63%

Probable Starts: 5/11 vs New York Yankees; 5/16 @ Minnesota

Alex Colome has been pitching great since his return from the DL and should be streamed in every format. In his two starts this season, Colome is 2-0 with a 1.80 ERA and has beaten two AL East rivals in the Red Sox and Orioles. He has the strikeout pitch working, too, as he as 10 SO in 10 innings pitched. Yes, this is a small sample size, but Colome has shown the ability to pitch effectively when called on to start games. Last season in his four starts, Colome was 2-0 with a 2.66 ERA. This week, Colome has two good starts in the Yankees and Twins, and I expect a good week. Pickup Colome and start him with confidence.

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