Week 11 of the Fantasy Baseball season is right around the corner! Week 10 saw it’s ups and downs with a number of upsets around the league. There were also plenty of quality pitching performances from streamer eligible pitchers. Today, we are taking a look at the top Week 11 fantasy baseball two-start pitcher streamers.

Rules: Each pitcher listed will be projected to make two starts in Week 11. Additionally, each pitcher must qualify as a streamer, meaning they are rostered in less than 60 percent of leagues according to Yahoo Fantasy.

Without further ado, let’s get right into it.

Top Week 11 fantasy baseball two-start pitcher streamers

Kyle Gibson, PHI, 47% Rostered

Matchups: @TX, @SD

Kyle Gibson gets a couple of road starts this week. Although the matchup with the Rangers is alluring, facing the Padres could be fairly difficult. However, I am banking on Gibson to stay hot on the mound.

The Phillies right-hander has been excellent over the course of his past five starts with the exception of a 6-run clunker vs. the Angels. Other than that forgettable outing, Gibson hasn’t allowed more than 3 runs during that span. Gibson is also coming off of an 8-inning, 1 run performance that saw him strike out 6 batters against the Marlins.

Fantasy baseball managers may able to catch lightning in a bottle with Kyle Gibson this week.

Marco Gonzales, SEA, 22% Rostered

Mathcups: @OAK, @LAA

Marco Gonzales continues to quietly post effective results in Seattle. The Mariners’ soft tossing left-hander hasn’t surrendered more than 3 runs in any of his previous 4 starts. He also has worked into the 7th in three of those four outings. He isn’t going to get you a ton of strikeouts. But Gonzales excels at keeping runs off the board and possesses the ability to limit hard contact.

He gets a couple of tasty road matchups with the underwhelming A’s and struggling Angels in Week 11.

Erick Fedde, WSH, 3% Rostered

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Matchups: @BAL, @TEX

Erick Fedde represents a deep league alternative two-start streamer for fantasy baseball managers. He is capable of providing decent outings, but also labors from time-to-time. Fedde has allowed exactly 3 earned runs in his past two starts which is solid in terms of streaming.

But the inclusion of Fedde on this list is a result of his matchups. The Nationals pitcher gets a couple of lackluster offenses in the Orioles and Rangers. So go ahead and take a shot on Fedde.

David Peterson, NYM, 12% Rostered

Matchups: vs. Miami, @Miami

David Peterson gets two starts against the Marlins this week. But he is more than just a matchup-based pitcher streamer. Peterson has been solid this season. The Mets left-hander carries a 3.60 ERA into Week 11.

However, he also doesn’t work deep into games. Peterson hasn’t gone past 5 innings since May 23rd when he spun 6 impressive innings against the Giants. But there is a strong chance that Peterson goes at least 5 innings against Miami if he pitches well.

So he could end up giving your team a win or two while keeping runs off the board.

JT Brubaker, PIT, 5% Rostered

Matchups: vs. CHC, @TB

JT Brubaker rounds out our week 11 fantasy baseball two-start pitcher streamers. The Pirates right-hander has been somewhat effective and profiles as a solid streaming option.

Over the course of his past 9 games, Brubaker has only allowed more than 4 runs on two separate occasions. He is fresh off of a solid 2-run effort against a talented Cardinals lineup as well.

Expect Brubaker to face minimal issues against the Cubs on Monday. And he should also be able turn in a strong performance against the Rays later in the week.