More early week matchups this week are favoring better opportunities at garnering two solid starts in fantasy baseball.

Here’s the best bets for the week 11 two-start pitchers in fantasy baseball.

Sam Gaviglio, SP, Toronto Blue Jays

When called upon on regular duty, Gaviglio has been pretty good this season.

He has four starts this season, and has gone at least six innings in the last three games, and has allowed three or fewer earned runs in three of four starts.

He’s showing good longevity in his starts and limiting the walks. In the last four games, he’s allowed just six walks.

His recent showings are good reasons to trust him this week with matchups against Tampa Bay and Washington. The Rays rank 25th in run production in Major League Baseball, while the Nationals are bottom-half in runs, and are 22nd in batting average.

The matchups work out well and Gaviglio has shown enough in recent weeks to earn the nod this week on your fantasy baseball roster.

Junior Guerra offers the best shot as a week 11 two-start pitcher. Flickr

Junior Guerra, SP, Milwaukee Brewers

If we see the same Guerra we’ve seen in the last three starts, this will be a steal this week.

Owned in a little more than 30 percent of leagues on ESPN, Guerra can offer strikeouts and quality starts off the waiver wire for two starts against the Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia.

He’s gone at least six innings in his last three starts, striking out 15 and giving up just one walk. In that time period, he has three quality starts. Other than a rough patch in early May, Guerra hasn’t been a bad option, especially when he’s mastering his control like he’s done in recent weeks.

The matchups don’t present great upside, other than the Phillies ranking in the bottom-10 in run production. However, sometimes it’s more about the player, than the matchups.

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