Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner ($3,300) is an awesome value tonight as he takes on Humberto Castellanos, who has a 4.85 FIP and a 5.00 SIERA. Turner has a .353 wOBA and is in a spot for RBI batting fifth for LA. He can be paired with other Dodgers hitters like Will Smith ($3,500) and AJ Pollock ($3,000) as a sneaky way to stack the Dodgers. Usually, the back end of a lineup isn’t where you want to stack, but the Dodgers are so loaded that they’ve still got great hitters there. These guys will be relatively cheap and low rostered, providing a unique build in tournaments that still has plenty of upside.

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Gerrit Cole, SP: $11,000 – Even on a night where he’s the most expensive pitcher facing a tough lineup, Gerrit Cole still has more upside than any other option at the position. Cole’s 34.2% K-rate is unmatched on the slate.

Kyle Gibson, SP: $8,600 – Gibson is a value option who can work deep into his start against the Pirates, an abysmal lineup with a .294 wOBA and an 83 wRC+. He is a strong bet for a quality start and a win.

Ryan Mountcastle, 1B/OF: $3,200 – Mountcastle has 31 home runs this year and is always a good pick to go deep when he’s at home in hitter-friendly Oriole Park. He’s facing Spencer Howard, who has a disastrous 6.86 ERA this year.

Tommy La Stella, 2B/3B: $3,100 – La Stella is a free square in cash games as the Giants leadoff hitter in Coors Field, the league’s best offensive environment.

Javier Baez, 2B/SS: $3,500 – Baez has been awesome against left-handed pitching this year with a 149 wRC+. He is one of the hottest hitters in baseball right now, batting .415 with three homers and four steals in the last two weeks.

Brandon Lowe, 2B/OF: $3,500 – Lowe and the Rays hitters are in a great spot against rookie Edward Cabrera, who has not been able to find success in the majors with a 7.30 FIP. As Tampa Bay’s leadoff hitter, Lowe is in a smash spot.

George Springer, OF: $3,600 – Springer is a buy low against Bailey Ober, who has a 1.97 HR/9. Springer has 17 home runs in only 69 games, so this is a nice spot to add to that total.

Akil Baddoo, OF: $2,900 – Baddoo has an .846 OPS against right-handed pitching and is a great value at this price.

I’m Only Happy When It Rains

Worth keeping an eye on the Yankees-Red Sox game, particularly if you’re starting Cole.

Doing Lines In Vegas

Toronto is great value at just -137 against a weak Twins team.