Outfielder Austin Meadows ($3,400) and the Rays take on Zach Plesac and the newly named Cleveland Guardians in what should be a smash spot for Tampa. Plesac has a 4.78 FIP and is not missing many bats with a 16.4% K-rate, while Meadows has a .900 OPS against right-handed pitching. Nelson Cruz ($3,700) will also be debuting for the Rays tonight, offering a strong stack opportunity along with Brandon Lowe ($3,500).

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Freddy Peralta, SP: $9,300– Peralta’s elite 35.1% K-rate gives him the highest upside of any starter on the slate, and yet he’s cheaper than many other starting pitcher options.

Tyler Mahle, SP: $7,600 – Mahle is a tremendous value play against the Cardinals, whose .295 wOBA ranks the third-lowest in all of baseball. Mahle strikes out batters at a strong 29.6% clip and should cruise in this matchup.

Salvador Perez, C: $3,200 – Perez has 21 home runs on the year and is in a great spot against Tigers starter Wily Peralta. Peralta has massively outperformed his 4.23 FIP and puny 15.9% K-rate.

Jonathan India, 2B/3B: $3,200 – India is crushing left-handed pitching with a .344/.447/.453 line and will lead off for the Reds against southpaw Wade LeBlanc. This will give India plenty of chances to score runs, as LeBlanc has a rough 5.37 FIP.

Manny Machado, 3B: $3,700 – Machado is batting .346 over the last 30 days and is in a spot to drive in lots of RBI batting cleanup for the Padres.

Carlos Correa, SS: $3,000 – Correa is massively slumping, but we can use that to our advantage by getting him at an affordable price. Correa still has an .852 OPS on the season, including a 142 wRC+ against lefties as he faces Kolby Allard.

Joey Gallo, OF: $3,300 – Gallo is a GPP tournament upside play for his extreme power ceiling.

Justin Upton, OF: $3,000 – Before his injured list stint, Upton was destroying lefties with a .976 OPS. Upton now gets to face one of the worst lefties in baseball, J.A. Happ, owner of a 6.15 ERA.

I’m Only Happy When It Rains

Nothing notable for weather to worry about tonight.

Doing Lines In Vegas

Smashing the Angels at -120 against the disastrous J.A. Happ.