The Orioles have been one of the best lineups to stream against all year, and now that they’ve traded Manny Machado, they’re just making it too easy. Baltimore has just a .290 wOBA versus lefties this year, so I’ll be rolling with David Price against them on Wednesday. Price hasn’t been spectacular this year, but he’s coming off of a nice return from the break where he went 6 1/3 scoreless against the Tigers. Price has a viable 24.0% K-rate and should have no problem giving you a productive start on Draft.

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Corey Oswalt, SP: If you’re looking for deeper SP options, Oswalt is a nice gamble against the Padres. They’re abysmal against right-handed pitching, with a league-worst wOBA (.285) and K-rate (25.8%). It’s not easy to find good starting pitching late in a draft, but Oswalt has the upside to give that.

Jose Ramirez, IF: At this point in the season, if Mike Trout isn’t available, Ramirez should be your first batter. It’s July 25th and he’s 30/20 with a 174 wRC+.

Manny Machado, IF: Mannywood is in a hitter’s park in Philadelphia against Jake Arrieta, who has a pathetic 16.8% K-rate and just got slapped by the Padres.

Eddie Rosario, OF: Rosario pretty much follows the same formula as Machado – elite hitter, friendly park, weak opposing starter (Sam Gaviglio).

Marcell Ozuna, OF: Ozuna hasn’t homered since June 16th, but it’s about time that could change against Sal Romano, who has a 1.64 HR/9, in one of the best offensive environments in Cincinnati.

I’m Only Happy When It Rains

The Northeast is still getting hit with rain, so be careful with the early matchups of SD-NYM and LAD-PHI. Thunderstorms are also expected for HOU-COL, and BOS-BAL may be seeing a delay.

Doing Lines In Vegas

I like the Nationals at +107 against Freddy Peralta, who is no sure thing to perform well against the Nats lineup