Winding down the baseball season here we have a nice gem of a slate for you. I couldn’t get past Robbie Ray’s dominance of the Tampa Bay Rays this year having already faced the Rays 5 times this year going at least 6 INN in every start with double digit strikeout performances in two of them and a 13K outing in his last start when he faced these same Rays. Robbie Ray ($11,000) is the most expensive pitcher on the slate today but is worth the price you need to pony up for him as the Rays have struggled a bit in September and haven’t been able to figure out Ray in 5 starts and don’t see anything to make me believe they do now. Play him with confidence and you will still get some nice hitters in your lineups.

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P- Ranger Suarez ($9,000) If you want to save a few bucks you can look to Suarez today. He has a nice tasty matchup against the Orioles and Suarez has looked very good since entering the Phillies rotation.

C/1B- Anthony Rizzo ($3,700)  Faces a rookie A.J. Alexy today who has had a good start to his career but looking deeper you see his last two starts were against the Rockies and Angels who aren’t exactly fielding all-star lineups these days. I think Rizzo snaps his 8 game homerless streak today and Alexy doesn’t make it out of the 5th inning.

2B- Josh Harrison ($2,900) Harrison is wildly consistent and provides such a great floor you are almost certain to be happy with what he gives you everytime you play him. He is at a great price today against a lefty which doesn’t offer much in Tyler Anderson and Harrison has great numbers against lefties this season.

3B-Eduardo Escobar ($3,600)  Steady Eddie faces a righty today in Jake Woodford who is filling a swingman role with the Cardinals. Although Woodford has had a pretty decent September I think a market correction is on the horizon and the Brewers get to him today with Escobar leading the charge.

SS-Freddy Galvis ($2,200) Smart move by the Phillies to bring Galvis back at the end of July. Galvis has thrived when hitting at the top of the lineup and if he is batting first again today this is a great low cost option to get you 5 productive at-bats today against a lefty in John Means which Galvis has had better success against this year.

OF- Aaron Judge ($4,100) A little bit of a feast or famine trajectory lately with Judge but I’ll take the chance here Judge lights up the rookie Alexy and the Ranger bullpen today.

OF- Andrew McCutchen ($3,000) Cutch hits lefties so good still it’s hard to keep him out of a lineup. Faces John Means today who has had a decent season playing for a dreadful team but I think the Phillies motivation to make the playoffs win out here and McCutchen is a big reason why today.

OF- Joey Gallo ($3,100) We all know why we put Gallo in the lineup. He had a neck issue on Saturday but seemed minor. You got to hope he’s ready to bash a baseball or two since he got the day off yesterday.

UTIL- J.T. Realmuto ($3,300) I like this matchup against Means today and Realmuto is on a tear hitting in 5 out of his last 6 games with back to back 3 hit games last week. I think the power is coming soon and wouldn’t be surprised with a HR and a 4 RBI game today. He looks ready for a two week hitting barrage.


I’m Only Happy When It Rains

CHW vs. DET- Possible light showers today in area. Maybe a brief delay at most.


Doing Lines In Vegas

Bal. vs Phil. o8 runs -120