Christian Yelich ($3,500) and the Brewers are a can’t miss stack on tonight’s slate as they take on Eli Morgan, who has a 5.48 ERA and a 2.00 HR/9. Yelich is in a great spot for runs and RBI batting third for Milwaukee, and he can be played along with cheap high-upside bats in Eduardo Escobar ($3,400) and Rowdy Tellez ($2,300). Many of these guys are also worth mixing into your cash lineup – particularly Kolten Wong ($3,500), who is batting .283 atop the lineup. In whatever contests you are playing, you will want to consider building around these bats.
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Robbie Ray, SP: $11,200 – Ray has a legit case as the American League’s Cy Young this year, striking out 32.3% of batters with a 2.60 ERA. It’s unclear if his pants, which look like they have been shrink-wrapped around his legs, are the reason for his success. Regardless, Ray should dominate the Orioles in this start and cruise to a win.
Ian Anderson, SP: $7,800 – Anderson has a lot of upside at a low price in this matchup with the Marlins. Miami strikes out a ton against righties, at 25.4% of the time, and they have just a .294 wOBA that ranks them third-lowest in all of baseball. Anderson looked a bit shaky coming off of the injured list, but this is a good spot to buy low.
Bobby Bradley, 1B: $2,600 – Bradley is a GPP tournament power flier, as he’s a home run or bust play. He can also be paired in a Cleveland stack with fellow slugger Franmil Reyes ($3,300) as both are very affordable. Their strikeout tendencies are mitigated against Adrian Houser, who only strikes out 18.2% of hitters.
Ketel Marte, 2B/OF: $3,800 – It’s not a very large sample, but Ketel Marte is running absurdly hot against left-handed pitching this year, batting .413 with a 1.235 OPS. He’s crushed all lefties throughout his career and faces Marco Gonzales, who has a 5.41 FIP.
Josh Donaldson, 3B: $3,100– The Twins are in a big spot against Daniel Lynch, who has been hammered for a 5.29 ERA in his first 11 career starts. Donaldson has a 130 wRC+ against left-handed pitching this season.
Bo Bichette, SS: $4,000 – Bichette is batting .345 in the last two weeks and now gets to feast on the disastrous Baltimore pitching staff in a hitter-friendly park.
Joey Gallo, OF: $2,400 – Gallo is currently mired in a miserable slump, but he’s still got major home run upside in a strong Yankees lineup. He’s worth consideration in tournaments coming in at nearly the minimum price.
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