Danny Salazar comes off the DL today. I am highly invested in Danny Salazar between being a member of the Tribe faithful, along with owning him on my most important season-long team. I think, if not for the DL stint, he would be priced at least a couple thousand dollars higher on DraftKings today. Believe me, I know how frustrating he can be every once in a while. This time, he’s fresh and ready to go for you and for me.

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Reynaldo Lopez, SP: $5,100 – Lopez is a highly regarded prospect, and he gets to face the Braves. They have been better of late, but they’re still the Braves.

Buster Posey, C: $3,300 – Buster Posey and 3300 should not be related unless you want to talk about his potential batting average to four places after the decimal.

Chris Davis, 1B: $4,500 – All it takes is one Crush job to return value at this price.

Ryan Schimpf, 2B: $3,900 – How can you not root for a guy whose last name is Schimpf and who hits serious bombs?

Jake Lamb, 3B: $5,000 – Let’s just say I’m not too worried that Paul Clemens might get Jake Lamb out.

Corey Seager, SS $5,100 – I don’t think I should have to justify you playing Corey Seager, ever.

Jayson Werth, OF: $4,300 – Somehow it’s flown under the radar that this caveman continues to get on base.

George Springer, OF: $4,200 – Gotta love Springer Sauce. I just made that nickname up, and it’s not really a good one. As long as he shows us who’s boss, it’s all good.

Mike Trout, OF: $5,500 – TroutBurger. The unofficially licensed burger of the officially best player in baseball.

I’m Only Happy When it Rains

Watch out for rain in Atlanta. Hasn’t their season been bad enough, they shouldn’t get rained on. It has to stay dry enough to let Reynaldo dominate!

Doing Lines in Vegas

I’ll focus on a low over/under today: The NYM-SF game has an over/under of 6.5. Be careful about picking two many bats in that strong pitching matchup.

That’s all for today… Here’s hoping you can have as good a hair day as Jacob DeGrom and Madison Bumgarner surely will.