This article is part of our Weekly Pitcher Rankings series.
The rankings might look curious this week as the majority of the two-start options are mid-pack arms with favorable matchups while most of the elite have only one start in a tough draw.
For the week, Sept. 10-16.
UPDATED: Sunday September 9, 10:15 PM ET
|1||Corey Kluber||CLE||at TB, vs. DET||Strikeouts back up, 45 in last 42 IP|
|2||Justin Verlander||HOU||at DET, vs. ARI||3.93 ERA, 1.23 WHIP since the break but with 76 K, 10 BB in those 50.1 IP, damage has been 11 HR|
|3||Gerrit Cole||HOU||at DET|
|4||Mike Minor||TEX||at LAA, at SD||Great matchups, great pitching venues, whiffs up lately|
|5||Carlos Carrasco||CLE||at TB|
|6||James Paxton||SEA||at LAA|
|7||Mike Clevinger||CLE||vs. DET|
|8||Blake Snell||TB||vs. CLE|
|9||Jakob Junis||KC||vs. CWS, vs. MIN||Grab if available, 1.89 ERA, .92 WHIP with 39 K, 5 BB last 6 GS, covering 38 IP|
|10||Charlie Morton||HOU||vs. ARI|
|11||Mike Fiers||OAK||at BAL, at TB|
|12||David Price||BOS||vs. TOR||Adjustments since being blasted by Yankees really paying off|
|13||Dallas Keuchel||HOU||vs. ARI|
|14||Eduardo Rodriguez||BOS||vs. TOR||Pitching like he wants to be in the playoff rotation|
|15||Rick Porcello||BOS||vs. NYM|
|16||Luis Severino||NYY||at MIN||6.83 ERA since July 7, but with 10.4 K/9, 2.1 BB/9 in that span. Issue is 13|