The Dodgers obliterated the Phillies for 16 runs yesterday, and they’re in for another big performance against Vince Velasquez. Velasquez has a 5.36 FIP with an awful 2.08 HR/9, so the loaded LA lineup should tear it up again in a hitter’s park in Philadelphia. Atop their lineup is Joc Pederson, who has crushed right-handed pitching this year with a 135 wRC+ and 20 homers. He’s only $2,700 at first base tonight, which is an awesome value for a leadoff hitter. Just like the Yung Joc song says, “It’s goin dowwwwn.”

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There’s plenty of starting pitching to choose from on tonight’s FanDuel slate, but one option stands above the rest. Rays starter Charlie Morton is having a phenomenal year, with a 2.43 ERA, a 2.91 FIP, a 2.62 Deserved Run Average, and he projects to be the top starting pitcher on Tuesday. Morton’s got a dominant 29.9% K-rate and has a great matchup against the Orioles, whose poor .300 wOBA ranks them as a bottom-five offense against right-handed pitching. Baltimore is even worse when they’re away from their hitter-friendly park, with a .285 wOBA and a 25.1% strikeout-rate on the road. In a pitcher’s environment at home, Morton should easily put together a dominant start and is well worth the investment in cash games.

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Cleveland starter Shane Bieber ($9,800) has put together an outstanding season thus far, posting an elite 31.4% K-rate with just a 5.7% walk-rate, good for a 3.68 FIP and a 3.27 SIERA. He’s coming off of two straight dominant outings where he’s struck out 20 batters in 13 2/3 innings and faces a Royals lineup that is in the bottom-third of the league in wOBA against righties with their .309 mark. There’s a ton of quality starting pitching to choose from on the slate, but Bieber’s strikeout upside puts him in the same class as Scherzer and Cole – only Bieber will save you $1,300 in payroll.

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Starting pitcher Chris Paddack has been as valuable to fantasy owners as a Patek watch is to a rapper – if Lil Uzi Vert was a Padres fan, he could have written “New Patek” about Paddack. Paddack has a 2.97 ERA with a 27.4% K-rate through 11 career outings, and these numbers are backed up by his excellent 2.40 Deserved Run Average. While he’s coming off of back-to-back clunker starts, The Sheriff should be trusted in this matchup against a feeble Giants lineup. The Giants have just a .285 wOBA against right-handed pitching, and Paddack gets to face them in San Francisco, one of the most pitcher-friendly environments in the league. Paddack is the fifth-highest priced starter, but he can easily turn in the top pitching performance of the night, making him a worthy investment in any contest.

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Fantasy owners of Noah Syndergaard ($9,000) certainly haven’t been happy with his performance this season, as Thor has a 4.90 ERA entering tonight. While it’s easy to be concerned with Syndergaard, his 24.5% K-rate is actually an increase from last year, and he’s got an outstanding 2.99 Deserved Run Average. When you consider Syndergaard’s elite stuff and his stellar track record, he becomes a clear buy low candidate. Now is the perfect time to invest as he faces off against the Giants, who are among the weakest lineups in the league with just a .290 wOBA versus righties.

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Even though his little brother has stolen all of the family’s fantasy hype, C.J. Cron ($3,900) has continued to mash at the plate for the Twins. Cron has a 1.005 OPS with four homers in the last two weeks, and has been an underrated part of the absolute bomb squad that Minnesota’s lineup has become. Cron already has 13 homers on the year, and is an outstanding source of runs and RBI batting third for the Twins. He should have another productive game tonight against Brewers starter Zach Davies, who clearly has some regression on the way. Davies has just a 16.7% K-rate with a 4.17 FIP, 5.00 SIERA, and a 4.61 Deserved Run Average. Cron will likely continue to fly under the radar despite being arguably the best option at first base on the slate with this matchup. He’s worth grabbing in all contests as a power upside play.

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Because of his incredible ability as a pitcher, it seems like some people forget about how good Shohei Ohtani is as a fantasy hitter. Last year Ohtani had an elite 182 wRC+ against right-handed pitching, as well as 22 home runs and 10 steals in just 367 plate appearances. That prorates to a 35 homer, 16 steal season as a rookie! While it would be irresponsible to expect that kind of production, Ohtani is still very underrated on FanDuel with just a $3,300 salary. Ohtani went deep last night, and is in a valuable spot batting third for the Angels, right behind some dude named Mike Trout. Even in a matchup against a cruising Kyle Gibson, I just can’t avoid Ohtani at this price.

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Red Sox outfielder J.D. Martinez has had an interesting 2019 campaign. His power output has been less then what owners should expect. But Martinez is rocking a curiously low 14.2% K-rate, which is the best mark of his career by a wide margin. Martinez still has an outstanding .392 OBP, and is racking up counting stats as Boston’s three-hitter. Once the power comes back around, Martinez will return to his status as a true fantasy stud. Martinez has a tremendous power opportunity tonight against David Hess, a pitcher that only Baltimore is desperate enough to roll out. Hess has a 6.01 FIP with a 2.37 HR/9, and Baltimore also happens to be one of the most hitter-friendly environments in the league. Consider stacking cheaper Red Sox bats like Rafael Devers and Mitch Moreland along with Martinez.

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Phillies starter Vince Velasquez has quietly put a clean 1.99 ERA with 22 strikeouts in 22 2/3 innings this year. He has a tremendous opportunity tonight against the Tigers, who struck out 14 times in their last game against Reynaldo Lopez – they now have the fourth-highest K-rate against righties at 26.6%. Their .288 wOBA is also one of the worst in baseball, as if you needed any evidence that a team batting Jeimer Candelario leadoff is bad. Unless you’re going to pay up for one of Trevor Bauer or Blake Snell, Velasquez is my favorite option at starting pitcher.

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