Now here’s a surprise, Donovan Solano (2B: $3,300) is red hot, and even though the G-men aren’t the strongest supporting cast he has found a way. The top part of the order can lead to good things no matter who you are or what the rest of the team looks like. The average is sky high, and shockingly he’s near the top of the league in delicious RBIs. Mix that all together and we have a supreme sundae. Coors is just the cherry on top. Let Donovan take you to the promised land.
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Dylan Bundy, SP: $9,000 – He’s doin his thang, but now he’s doing it with a much better supporting cast. The K’s are there and he’s keeping the ERA in check.
Ryan Yarbrough, SP: $7,500 – He’s cooking so far and there’s no reason to be scared of Boston, they aren’t exactly the A-Team.
Randy Dobnak, SP: $7,100 – Picking on the Pirates will likely be a theme here. They’re just not a good offense, and Dobnak has certainly been serviceable. We don’t get overwhelming K numbers but we’ve got a solid shot at win.
Sean Manaea, SP: $6,800 – Lower down the price list, but higher up on the ol’ Streamonator is Manaea. There is some risk here as his previous two starts have not been pretty. Maybe he ran out of gas as he gets stretched out, but I like his chances to bounce back.
Matt Olson, 1B: $3,400 – Throw out the stat line and just remember that one swing of the bat (or two) and all of a sudden you’re looking at a great day.
Rowdy Tellez, 1B: $2,600 – Mostly I just love that his name is “Rowdy”, but I also like his beard and his power stroke. Bombs away.
Ryan McMahon, 2B: $3,500 – He seems to have grabbed hold of a starting spot, which will let him show off what he can do. He also gets that sweet Coors boost and doesn’t have an ace on the mound.
Keston Hiura, 2B: $3,400 – Don’t love any of the budget options today so we’ll go with Hiura here. He’s got the juice to give you a boost.
Manny Machado, 3B: $3,000 – I love that he’s running again because he still has the power. Take the deal and run with it.
Carter Kieboom 3B: $2,200 – Let’s go bargain hunting. Kieboom has looked good when he’s been in the lineup. The youngster is talented and well worth rolling the dice on for such a low price.
Adalberto Mondesi, SS: $2,500 – Hittertron says Mondesi is a steal and I agree. This is a great price for a guy that I loved going into the season (way, way back in the before time) and I’m still in on him now. Yes, he has struggled, and yes it would be nice if he didn’t bounce around the order so much…but, for this price that’s something we can live with.
Luis Robert, OF: $3,200 – Take a long look at the talented rook. So far he has been as advertised, bringing that sexy speed/power combo to the bigs. You really can’t ask for more than that.
Ramon Laureano, OF: $3,300 – If you’re not a fan of him by now, I don’t know if I can help you. You don’t have to pay top dollar for top shelf production.
Wil Myers, OF: $3,000 – Will Wil win the NL MVP? With the way this season is going, why not? He’ll have to keep his hot start going in order for that to happen. Every game counts for extra, so there’s no time like the present for him to make his push and help your team.
I’m Only Happy When It Rains
Yep, we’ve got weather alright. Clear weather, partly cloudy weather, mostly cloudy weather, humid weather. I think that covers it. There isn’t even any extreme wind to worry about either. So sit back and relax.
Doing Lines In Vegas
Fantasy is about overs and unders. Get in on Braves v Jays and Brewers v White Sox for offense as they have the highest lines so far. Oh… besides the 12 we got goin on up in Coors. Now that’s the action we want.