The injuries are piling up and we’re crawling to the All-Star break.

With one full week left before Major League Baseball takes a short mid-week break next week, there’s still time to pick up two-start pitchers.

Here’s the best week 15 fantasy baseball two-start pitchers available on the waiver wire.

Chase Anderson, SP, Milwaukee Brewers

This isn’t going to be for everyone, because Anderson is owned in more than 50 percent of fantasy baseball leagues.

However, with the production he’s contributing this season, there’s no reason why his ownership is so low.

He’s owned in 58 percent of leagues on, despite giving up one earned run or less in four of the last five games.

He’s a strikeout magnet and after a rough start has started to find his groove again. He has matchups against Miami (25th in MLB in runs) and Pittsburgh (bottom-half in MLB in runs).

The matchups work out in his favor and he’s just too good to be sitting on the waiver wire in that many leagues.

Danny Duffy offers a nice two-start option in week 15 of the fantasy baseball season. Flickr/Keith Allison

Danny Duffy, SP, Kansas City Royals

This is like playing with fire, but I’ll live dangerously this week.

Duffy is either going to go out and get you at least eight strikeouts and allow no earned runs, or he’ll give up a crooked number.

In his last six games on the mound, he’s given up one or fewer earned runs in three of those outings. In the other three, he’s allowed 16 total earned runs.

The best part about Duffy’s two-start week is that he has the opportunity to get you strikeouts and he has plus-matchups. He’ll square off against Minnesota (ranked 22nd in runs) and the Chicago White Sox (ranked 24th in runs).

Duffy is not a trustable option on a consistent basis, but he’s worth a shot this week.

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