DOUBLE DIPPIN': September 11-17

It's getting tougher to find two-start pitchers, as many teams have made the transition to a six-man rotation. Some of those teams have the luxury of resting their starters for the post-season thanks to a comfortable lead (Dodgers, Indians), while others really have nothing to play for this year (Padres, Braves) and probably don't feel the need to push any of their young pitchers too hard. The Cubs, Rays and Orioles, meanwhile, are still battling for a playoff spot, but have recently made the switch as well. 

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