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Sean Manaea, SP: $8,700 – Not the easiest matchup but Manaea showed the type of game he’s capable of. There’s strikeout upside he should at least have a shot at the win. Hopefully, the pen can lock it down behind him.
Ranger Suarez, SP: $8,600 – This is a nice little run he’s on of late and he’s in a prime spot to keep the party rolling against the Rox on the road. Hard not to like what he’s been doing as a starter.
Jesus Luzardo, SP: $7,000 – Play the match up here and bank on his talent. The Mets offense is, shall we say, struggling. You can afford take a chance at this price. Plus, his last outing lowered his ERA to 7 so that’s nice. Its the little things.
Salvador Perez, C/1B: $3,900 – You have pay up for him, but it’s hard to say the price isn’t justified by his strong performance this season. He’s been on a mission to hit dongs this season and the rest of his numbers look pretty nice too. He can anchor your bats today.
Pete Alonso, C/1B: $3,500 – Albombso earned his nickname by becoming the second-fastest player to reach 100 bombs. The second fastest in the number of games, not sure where he ranks in a footrace. All that aside he’s well worth a spot in your lineup even though I like the pitcher he’s facing. He’s that good.
Whit Merrifield, 2B: $3,200 – I’m surprised to see a player of his caliber come in with a price this low. Steals aren’t worth as much as dingers but they still score points and Whit has been swiping bags all season. Take this one and run.
Luis Arraez, 2B: $2,300 – A high average guy with not much power or speed is not usually the type of guy we like to target in DFS but his price can’t be ignored. The high batting average also plays well when he turns those singles into doubles or triples. Arraez also often finds himself batting in the leadoff spot which certainly won’t hurt his value.
Austin Riley, 3B: $3,700 – He’s been too good to ignore and I doubt his price stays in this range for too much longer. He’s becoming a fantasy stud before our eyes so get him in your lineups before his price goes through the roof.
Carter Kieboom, 3B: $2,700 – Carter has certainly been Kieboom-ing lately and all I can say is, it’s about time. He’s playing for his future so he has every incentive to keep the good times rolling.
Corey Seager, SS: $3,700 – You hate to see it if you’re a Giants fan such as myself but there’s no denying that he’s good at baseball. He hasn’t flashed much power thus far but he’s still an excellent option today.
Miguel Rojas, SS: $2,900 – Back in the lineup at leadoff is a great sign for a guy who has flashed and a lower-priced option at short. The matchup is no cakewalk but I’m confident (and so is the bot) that he can get it done.
Bryce Harper, OF: $3,900 – Tough to ignore a guy having a season that that should have him in the MVP running. Price is definitely on the steeper side but he’s been more than worth it. Power and a high average will get it done.
Lane Thomas, OF: $2,300 – Since being shipped to the Capital his numbers have improved dramatically. He draws a favorable projection today and with this price that’s all I needed to hear. He’s flashed a bit of power and speed so there are multiple paths for him to put up points. All that makes him a strong flyer candidate today.
I’m Only Happy When It Rains
We could have some rain in the Big Apple and Cleveland should see double-digit gusts. Other than that it all seems to be smooth sailing. Enjoy the heat while you can because before we know it, it’ll be freezing again.
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