A small slate of games early in the week is making it a bit more difficult to find two-start pitchers in week 10 of the fantasy baseball season.

Just because it’s difficult, doesn’t mean it’s impossible.

Here’s the best two-start pitchers located on the week 10 fantasy baseball waiver wire.

Nick Tropeano, SP, Los Angeles Angels

He hasn’t been the model of consistency during his short career, but so far this year, Tropeano is offering a little more than expected.

He enters Monday’s game against Kansas City with a 3.80 ERA and three quality starts in his last five outings.

He’s allowed fewer than four earned runs in five of his eight games this season and he’s shown a better strikeout capability during his previous three contests. As far as two-start pitchers on the waiver wire go, Tropeano offers minimal risk, especially in allowing runs.

Tropeano squares off against Kansas City and Minnesota this week, two teams not known for major run production. The Royals rank 25th in runs, while the Twins are 21st.

Trust Tropeano for two starts this week.

Kyle Freeland offers a chance at being one of the best two-start pitchers in week 10. Flickr

Kyle Freeland, SP, Colorado Rockies

In six of his last seven starts, Freeland has turned in quality starts. And he’s still only owned in less than 40 percent of fantasy baseball leagues.

He’ll get two starts this against Cincinnati and Arizona. The Reds are 18th in run production, while the Diamondbacks are 27th. So the matchups are there for Freeland, and he’s been on point in recent weeks.

He’s allowed more than one walk twice since April 30 and he’s getting enough innings to qualify for those quality starts.

His strikeouts aren’t gaudy, but he can deliver in multiple areas. With such little attention on the waiver wire, Freeland is a nice addition.

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