This is actually a pretty nice 9 game slate, with Minnesota the only real problem for weather. There’s a couple value arms I like as well as one top arm…..my man crush BS!
Even though I’m in love with the spot Snell is in today, I’m finding myself going more Kopech. ONLY reason is there’s some expensive bats I really want to fit and I can’t do it with Snell. He will still be on my $222 Keystone line though.
I didn’t write them up, but I’m finding myself on Milwaukee a bit. Archer sucks and pitching in the Brew Crew house only makes it worse for him. Yelich/Shaw/Jesus/Cain
You can add Greg Allen to your Cleveland stack. He should steal a few bases.
Morales homers off VV to continue the streak
Snell – I always ride with my guy at home no matter what. Boston has been ice cold against lefties and they don’t get any help at the Trop. Snell will be on my $222 keystone lineup. (Risk factor 4)
Eovaldi – He returns to Tampa, who are without their leadoff speedster Mallex Smith. He should pile up some strikeouts, and let’s not forget that he pitched well here earlier in the season. (Risk factor 4)
Kopech – The kid is nasty. His first start was rain shortened but still struck out 4 in 2 innings. He’s still ridiculously cheap for his skill set, and should handle this Detroit team. I also think he gets the W, but we’ll get to that in my stacks. (Risk factor 4)
Velasquez – Aside from Morales, who I think they should walk 4 times, this team hasn’t done much. VV is WAY TOO CHEAP on FanDuel, and with his 24.2% k rate to righties along with his 28% k rate to lefties he should mash value. (Risk factor 4)
WHITE SOXXXXXXXXXXXX – As a team they’ve hit .270 and 13 home runs. Davidson, Anderson and Palka are all hitting over .300 against them while Delmonico has been on fire! You guys know every time they’re my top stack they go off.
Phillies – Estrada has been reverse splits this year allowing a .287 average and 8 homers to righties at home. Rhys and Franco I really like, while mixing in Santana.
Mets – This is has sucked all year, but they’re ready to play spoiler for teams in the playoff hunt. The old guy Jay Bruce is back, while Frazier has been hitting as well. 3-4-5
Cubs – Well we see why they made a trade for Murphy. The guy has been tearing the cover off the ball in Wrigley. Rizzo and Baez are both heating up at the same time and hitting back to back.
MINI STACKS/1 OFFS