DOUBLE DIPPIN': July 25-31

The dust is still settling on some rotations coming out of the All-Star break, making it a little tougher than usual to project two-start pitchers and to tentatively set lineups for the coming week. We also have four teams with just five games (CHW, MIN, STL, NYM) and we may not see anyone get two starts from those teams.

The trade deadline is also looming so plenty of deals will be going down over the next nine days. While most won't occur until next Tuesday, some weekend starts could be missed if a pitcher is dealt early, or simply held back due to a potential deal going down.

We'll do our best here to go through some likely two-steps, and there are a few names to consider who are available in a fair number of leagues. Be sure to...

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