Here we are, the last full slate of the season. First off, it’s been a pleasure to represent Razzball on Sunday FanDuel picks, and thank you for taking the time to give these educated dart throws a look. There’s always the chance a player will sit out or a pitcher will only go a couple of innings on the final day and I’m trying to avoid any questionable plays. SP Chris Sale $9800 will look to lead the Sox in a must-win game and shouldn’t be holding anything back against the Nationals. Sale has put up solid numbers in his eight appearances, pitching to the tune of a 2.90 ERA and 1.24 WHIP. As for hitting, feel free to plug in just about any Toronto bat that is starting today against Baltimore.

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Reiver Sanmartin, SP: $7100

As long as the weather doesn’t come into play the San man could be a sneaky value.  The 25-year-old lefty covered 5.2 innings in his first outing, giving up a run on five hits and a walk while striking out five en route to capturing the win against Pittsburg and gets them again today.

Ty France, C/1B: $3300

France has put together a solid ending to the regular season batting .340 with a .963 ops in his last 15 games.

Danny Jansen, C/1B: $2200

Three long balls have come in Jansen’s last four starts, and since the beginning of September, he’s batting an impressive .327 (18-for-55).

Marcus Semien, 2B: $3800

Semien’s September power display — 12 home runs in 27 games — is a big reason why Toronto is still in the hunt for a wild-card spot.

Brandon Lowe, 2B: $3600

Lowe went 3-for-5 with three home runs and seven RBI in Saturday’s 12-2 win over the Yankees and will be looking for HR #40 on the last day of the season.

Hunter Dozier, 3B: $2500

Dozier’s last 15 games, 7 runs, 4 hr, 11 rbi and a 1.042 ops

Eugenio Suarez, 3B: $3300

Suarez continued his red hot September with yet another home run last night. With one game to go, the third baseman is now hitting .371 in MLB’s final month with eight home runs.

Bo Bichette, SS: $3900

Bichette has hit safely in seven straight games, going 13-for-27 (.481) over that stretch with four doubles, three home runs, two steals, four RBI, and six runs.

Nicky Lopez, SS: $2900

Lopez owns a .301/.366/.380 line with 22 stolen bases, two home runs, 43 RBI, 78 runs scored, and six triples through 149 contests overall as Kansas City’s everyday No. 2 hitter.

Teoscar Hernandez, OF: $3400

Since the beginning of September, the outfielder has slugged 10 of his 32 homers and collected 27 of his 113 RBI on the season.

George Springer, OF: $3700

The center fielder has been on fire over the last week, going 14-for-30 (.467) in the last seven games with three doubles, three homers, seven runs, and eight RBI

Tony Kemp, OF: $2300

Kemp continued his torrid stretch at the plate with his 5th multi-hit effort in the last 8 games, a stretch during which he’s hit  {14-for-29}

Brett Gardner, OF: $2300

Somewhat a forgotten man but still dangerous, Gardner has accounted for 9 r, 4 hr, and 13 rbi in the last month.

I’m Only Happy When It Rains

Check for possible rain in the Reds/Pirates and Tigers/W Sox games before locking any of these players in your winning lineups!

Doing Lines In Vegas

Seattle will be looking to force chaos in the AL Wildcard race and I like them at -132.  Ditto for the Red Sox where I like the under 9.5 as Sale and company look to shut down the Nats.