Look beyond the Bogeyman of a left handed visiting starter in Coors field and start your team with the underrated and overlooked Steven Matz ($6,900).  Yes, the Rockies can be ferocious at home, but Matz has managed to string together some of his best road starts lately.  Also, the Rockies may score 6.1 runs per game at home, tops in the league, but beneath those numbers is a secret: The Rockies are only 25th in the league in wRC+ (88) against left-handed pitchers.  With a little extra cash in the back pocket lets look at the rest of the nighttime slate.

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Meet The Mets: The Mets are facing right hander Antonio Senzatela and his 10.34 ERA in the last 30 days.  Pete Alonso (1B, $4,400) is a good bet to go off: .821 OPS in the past 15 days, .918 OPS vs righties this year.  There is a similar story with the next two guys.  Michael Conforto (OF, $3,900) has an .821 OPS in the last 15 games, with a .918 mark against righties.  Jeff McNeil (OF, $3,800) is .858 in September, with a .924 OPS against righties.

The Nationals: Dakota Hudson of the Cardinals has only three strikeouts or less in three of his last four games. Juan Soto (OF, $4,200) leads the streaking Nationals, and he’s hitting .313 with a 1.098 OPS in September.  Anthony Rendon (3B, $4,100) is next, with a .306/.984 slash line this month.  Asdrubal Cabrera (2B, $3,00) is a sneaky one here.  He’s part of the Nationals offensive resurgence lately.  He’s hit 14 of his homeruns against righties like Hudson this year, and he’s got a .324/1.013 OPS in September.

A Couple Of A(ce)s: The Royals Glen Sparkman is part of a team playing out the string.  The A’s are sprinting towards the playoffs.  Seth Brown (1B, $3,100) is a nice UTIL play.  He’s hitting .425 with a 1.189 OPS against righties, and he’s 2/3 against Sparkman.  Marcus Semien (SS, $3,900) has a 1.170 OPS in his last 15 games and is also 2/3 against Sparkman.

I’m Only Happy When It Rains

All is clear tonight.

Doing Lines In Vegas

The best and the brightest: The biggest favorites are the A’s (-300) vs the Royals, the Twins (-240) vs the White Sox, and the Diamondbacks (-210) vs the Marlins.

Stack ’em, pack ’em and rack ’em: The highest projected runs scored today are the Mets (7.38) at the Rockies, the Rockies (6.59) vs the Mets, and the Twins (5.50) vs the White Sox