While it’s been a quiet year for Wander Franco ($3,000) since being called up, he has actually been crushing left-handed pitching with a .955 OPS. He will be batting second for the Rays, a great spot to rack up runs and RBI against opposing southpaw John Means. Means is clearly due for regression with a .198 BABIP and a 4.51 FIP, as well as a 1.73 HR/9. We can take advantage of this matchup with other Rays hitters like Nelson Cruz ($3,700) and Randy Arozarena ($3,700) to stack with Franco.

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Corbin Burnes, SP: $11,000 – Burnes got roughed up in his last start but he should easily bounce back this time around. He has an absurd 1.49 FIP this year with a 36.0% K-rate and just a 4.7% walk-rate, so you should feel confident relying on Burnes as the top starting pitcher option on the slate.

Chris Bassitt, SP: $9,800 – Bassitt stands out as a cheaper option than Burnes who still has upside to finish as the highest-scoring pitcher on the slate. He should tear apart the bottom-feeder Rangers lineup, who have the league’s second-lowest wOBA against righties at .291.

Bobby Bradley, 1B: $2,500– Bradley is an all-or-nothing power play to target in GPPs, with 11 home runs in just 45 games. Bradley can be used as a salary-saving standalone or as part of a Cleveland stack with other mashers like Franmil Reyes ($3,600) against Matt Manning, who has a brutal 5.59 ERA.

Jazz Chisholm Jr., 2B/SS: $3,500 – Chisholm has tons of upside batting leadoff in Coors Field, the league’s best hitter’s park.  Marlins and Rockies hitters have high projections but will likely be highly rostered, so don’t go overboard with them in tournaments.

Austin Riley, 3B: $3,500 – Riley is the hottest hitter in the league, batting .373 with eight home runs in the last two weeks. His price still hasn’t caught up to his performance, so take advantage while you still can. Riley faces a weak starter in Erick Fedde, owner of a 5.01 ERA.

Akil Baddoo, OF: $3,000 – Baddoo has a nice combination of power and speed with 10 homers and 14 steals this year. He’s also got a high floor batting leadoff for Detroit against Cal Quantrill, who has a poor 16.8% K-rate, which mitigates Baddoo’s swing and miss problems.

Giancarlo Stanton, OF: $3,600 – Stanton always has massive power upside at home against a lefty, especially when they have a 2.09 HR/9 like Marco Gonzales.

Austin Hays, OF: $2,700 – Hays is another lefty-masher to target, slashing .311/.345/.544 against southpaws.

I’m Only Happy When It Rains

Looks like a rain-free slate tonight.

Doing Lines In Vegas

Tylor Megill has been effective for the Mets with a 3.53 FIP so far, so I like them with +100 odds against Philadelphia.