With there being a Coors’ Game on the slate, you may be inclined to avoid some of the higher priced pitchers. If that is the case, consider Matthew Boyd ($10.400). The Tigers’ Ace faces a Mariners’ offense that is already in off-season mode. Over the last 30 days, the Seattle offense has a 29.4% K% that is paired with a .238/.307/.399 slash line. With Boyd striking out 31.9% of the batters he has faced this year, this seems like a good spot for the Tigers’ hurler to pile on. Now on to the picks.

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Peter Alonso, C/1B: $4,000 – The Amazing Mets’ star has crushed left-handed pitching this season. He has a .406 wOBA and a .407 ISO against southpaws in 2019. 

Paul Goldschmidt, C/1B: $4,100 – Goldschmidt will enter action today fresh off a four-hit showing in his last game. The RoyalsGlenn Sparkman likely will do little to slow Goldy down. 

Max Muncy, 2B: $3,800 – Muncy has crushed right-handed pitching all season long. The Dodger has a .355 wOBA and a .230 ISO against them this season. 

Gleyber Torres, 2B: $4,000 – Fresh off a two-home run day, you have to go back to the well with Torres. Especially against Baltimores’ John Means and a run down bullpen. 

Nolan Arenado, 3B: $4,400 – Anytime Arenado is playing at Coors, he has to be in your player pool. In games played at home this year, the third baseman owns a 1.013 OPS.

Eugenio Suarez, 3B: $4,200 – Suarez has homered in three of his last four contests entering play on Tuesday. 

Trevor Story, SS: $4,500 – Just like his teammate Nolan Arenado, Story feasts at home. In games held in Colorado this year, the shortstop owns a .356 ISO and a .421 wOBA.

Fernando Tatis Jr., SS: $4,200 – Tatis mashes left-handed pitching. He has a 1.266 OPS and a crazy good .508 wOBA against southpaws this season. 

Mike Trout, OF: $4,800 – The best player on the planet is always in play. But when he faces a below average right-hander he deserves extra consideration. Trout owns a.454 wOBA and a .394 ISO against righties this season. 

Charlie Blackmon, OF: $4,600 – The Rockies’ leadoff man owns a .396 wOBA and a .268 ISO against righties this season. 

Christian Yelich, OF: $4,700 – Yelich loves facing lefties. He has a .386 wOBA and 50.5% hard contact rate against them in 2019. 

I’m Only Happy When It Rains 

There are some weather spots to keep in mind when building your FanDuel lineups. The first is the Orioles/ Yankees’ contest where it is going to be humid. Look for some New York bats to take advantage of the hot weather and heat up themselves. You can say the same about the game in Washington and Atlanta. 

Doing Lines In Vegas

With a lot of big-time arms taking the bump on Tuesday, this is an excellent day to fire up a bunch of F5 money line bets. The Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros, and Los Angeles Dodgers are all excellent candidates. And don’t be afraid to round-robin them either.

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