FanDuel MLB DFS Picks – September 16th

27.11.2019 Zařazen do: obecná oznámení — redeight @ 6.13

The MLB season’s conclusion is close and the playoff drive is never or now.
For now and the here , but let’s take a peek at the MLB slate of tonight and determine whether we can get our week!
P — Jose Berrios (MIN) — $8,500 vs. CWS
To me, the matchups on the slate are Jose Berrios at home against Robbie Ray and the White Sox at home against the Marlins that are light-hitting. Keeping that in mind, a quick view of Ray’s game logs shows some significant inability to get deep into games of late, none more obvious than his last outing where he allowed five earned runs in two thirds of an inning against the Mets. The Marlins don’t strikeout much as they perform righties, so I will go with Berrios and his big-time strikeout upside from this White Sox club. Sure, his 8.60 K/9 about the season is just nothing to write home about, and that number really drops to 8.25 in your home. However, Berrios takes to a White Sox club which matches a 26.1percent strikeout rate against right-wing pitching this year, tied for the second-highest strikeout rate versus righties in baseball this season. Berrios has always been an excellent pitcher at home in his profession, and while the breaks aren’t quite as broad this season thanks to some yeoman’s work on the road, I am not going to argue with a 3.32 ERA, 3.60 FIP along with a little 1.93 BB/9 clip in the that year. Berrios is also coming off of seven innings in a win over the Nationals, so I will look for him to get the job done with the Twins listed as -230 favorites to win one about the moneyline tonight against the White Sox.
C/1B — Yasmani Grandal (MIL) — $3,200 vs. SD
The Brewers will last their enormous for a postseason berth tonight when they take on the San Diego Padres. The Brewers should certainly be able to get some runs across the board in this one as they take on right-hander Garrett Richards because he takes the ball for the first time at the big leagues as July. There is little doubt the oft-injured Richards has been a very good MLB pitcher — as healthy — as he possesses a career 3.54 ERA and 3.62 FIP, nonetheless Richards has thrown only 9.1 minor league innings this season and many recently posted a 8.10 ERA around 6.2 innings in the High-A degree. He will not last long in this one way, but there’s a possibility that the Freestyle get to him so let’s catch some Milwaukee exposure beginning here with the switch-hitting Grandal. The bat was better this year, however Grandal’s figures against righties remain really good with a .207 ISO, .832 OPS, .356 wOBA along with a 117 wRC+. It’s also been a gigantic month of September to this stage for the veteran backstop as he has submitted an eye-popping .429 ISO, 1.195 OPS, .478 wOBA along with also a 197 wRC+. For him to remain hot in a home that is positive matchup 14, let’s search.
2B — Ketel Marte (ARI) — $3,900 vs. MIA
This was really the final pick of my lineup tonight because I had $4,000 left to invest on a second baseman after completing in my stacks, meaning I could have any second baseman on the slate, and not go with the very best choice available in Marte who is putting up MVP-type production this year in what has amounted to a breakout season. I really considered a D-backs pile within this lineup, however Marte is a one-off since Arizona is a far better crime against left handed pitching than righties, and they’ll face a righty at Pablo Lopez who’s struggled on the road this year. The Marte has posted quite similar breaks against righties and lefties this year has been best against pitching in the home, which is the split he’ll be in this evening. Marte owns a .250 ISO, .975 OPS, .404 wOBA plus a 150 wRC+ to the season against pitchers overall. Against righties in the home, Marte has posted a .264 ISO, 1.015 OPS, .419 wOBA and also a 160 wRC+. Not merely is Marte in his best split tonight, but he is also enjoying the very productive month of his outstanding season as he’s submitted a .358 ISO, 1.167 OPS, .474 wOBA along with also a 195 wRC+ at the month of September to this stage. Sign up me all day long.
3B — Mike Moustakas (MIL) — $3,300 vs. SD
Continuing with our three-man Brewers stack is Moustakas who’s once again with a big season concerning power against right-handed pitching, even though he’s treated left-handers with loads of power also, so that I won’t worry about matchup problems against congenital replacements when Richards departs this match early — that can be a certainty awarded his small workload this season and lengthy injury history. The guy called Moose passes this one wearing a .283 ISO, .880 OPS, .360 wOBA along with 120 wRC+ on the season from right-wing pitching. But against lefties, he’s submitted a .245 ISO, .841 OPS, .348 wOBA along with 112 wRC+. For whatever reason, Moustakas’ bat been more productive outside of the hitter-friendly confines of Miller Park in Milwaukee, however, the good news is the raw energy remains excellent in the home using a .242 ISO total and also an increased .253 markers against right-handed pitching at home. A frequent theme in this lineup was a month of September, and Moustakas is no exclusion. The slugger has introduced a .391 ISO, .986 OPS, .377 wOBA plus a 131 wrC+ for the month to this point. With three homers over his past five games, join me up for the power bat of Moustakas this day.
SS — Nico Hoerner (CHC) — $3,700 vs. CIN
My primary stack within this lineup tonight is going to be the banged-up Cubs since they accept right-hander Kevin Gausman along with the Cincinnati Reds. But while Gausman is going to start, it is not clear just how long they plan to pitch him tonight because he’s been used out of the bullpen since bringing him in off of waivers from the Atlanta Braves. He’s been hit hardest because a rookie with a 6.19 ERA on the season in situations such as tonight with better chance as a reliever with a 4.02 markers. But, the Cubs certainly have something to work with tonight despite overlooking Javier Baez and Anthony Rizzo in the lineup. It has been a productive start to the livelihood of Nico Hoerner as he’s clubbed a pair of homers throughout the first seven games of his big league career and owns a .379/.438/.655 slash line during the initial 32 plate looks in the bigs so far. Interestingly, Hoerner didn’t hit for much power at the Double-A degree this season he homered only three times and posted a small .116 ISO in 70 games in the point, but he absolutely rocketed throughout the Cubs’ minor league system as he had been the 24th overall pick just over a year ago in the June 2018 draft. Certainly, big things are expected and Hoerner hasn’t disappointed early on.
OF — Ben Zobrist (CHC) — $2,700 vs. CIN
Zobrist are the one leading off this Cubs heap tonight as he gives us a few value upside in that valuable leadoff spot. Even the 38-year-old veteran has missed the majority of the year and appeared in just 36 games to this stage as a result of personal issues, and we know that the power isn’t what it was years ago as he has only 1 homer in 133 big league plate appearances to the season and hit only twice in 139 games last year. That said, the bat is still very far productive as he put together a very nice .355 wOBA along with 123 wRC+ just last season on the back of a major walk rate and tiny strikeout rate. The OBP numbers remain strong this year at .368 thanks to some large 13.5% drop speed which matches his 13.5percent strikeout rate. Despite a difficult year that comprises a 5.83 ERA, Gausman has actually maintained the walks in test at 2.82 BB/9, but I still believe this is really a route for Zobrist to get on base and score some runs in this one — bringing us some value in the process. There’s also the case of Zobrist completely owning Gausman within their background against one another. He’s gone for 13 (.615) with a homer and four doubles against the veteran right-hander. I believe I will take that from the leadoff spot tonight.
OF — Nicholas Castellanos (CHC) — $3,700 vs. CIN
Castellanos was always a successful hitter in his times with the Detroit Tigers, nevertheless he has entered a second stratosphere within his own Cubs tenure after being dealt to Chicago in the trade deadline. After posting a .189 ISO and also .790 OPS using the Tigers, Castellanos has caught fire along with his new team, posting a .354 ISO, 1.070 OPS with hitting .343 together with the Cubs. He homered 11 occasions with the Tigers this year in 439 plate appearances, but has already homered 15 times with all the Cubs in just 175 plate looks. He’s been a doubles machine wherever he’s played with this year as he has doubled 54 times including 17 occasions with the Cubs in just 42 games. The creation has been sky-high even of late as he has gone for 13 (.538) with five doubles, a homer, six runs scored and six RBI over his last few games. Is that good? The figures also have been lights out against both left and right-handers after that he was mostly a lefty-masher while with the Tigers. Castellanos has also enjoyed success against Gausman as he is 4 for 15 against him (.267), however with two homers and a double, great to get a .467 ISO along with 1.046 OPS within this matchup. Again, sign me up all day with the white-hot Castellanos.
OF — Kyle Schwarber (CHC) — $3,200 vs. CIN
Completing our four-man Cubs stack is Schwarber who is projected to move due to the injuries to Baez and Rizzo. Schwarber’s bat definitely fits the profile for a cleanup hitter as he sports some of the greatest raw energy . The electricity is powerful against both lefties and righties — which helps for when the rest of the bullpen enters the one — however, the bat is a lot more productive against righties because he possesses a .285 ISO, .851 OPS, .348 wOBA and 113 wRC+ around the season versus righties. He’s been an absolute monster at home versus righties as well where he possesses a .312 ISO, .932 OPS, .379 wOBA along with 133 wRC+. Just about the month of September? Is he mashing like the majority of the players within this lineup? The solution is yes. Schwarber has pummeled opposing pitchers to the tune of a .333 ISO, .959 OPS, .386 wOBA and 138 wRC+ for the entire month, continuing a torrid second half where he’s put together a .351 ISO, .935 OPS, .380 wOBA along with 134 wRC+. It’s a little sample, but Schwarber is 1 for 2 with a home run in his career against Gausman. At length, while I had been hesitant to pile from the Reds earlier in the season because of their bullpen ranking at the top ten, that is no longer true because the Reds“pencil is tied for 22nd with a 5.00 ERA at the season’s second half. Big hopes for this particular four-man heap tonight.
UTIL — Eric Thames (MIL) — $2,700 vs. SD
It took a while, but I will finally finish my three-man Brewers stack with Thames who attracts a real nice value to the table contemplating his price and his energy — most of which comes against right-handed pitching. Thames enters this one tonight sporting a .264 ISO, .874 OPS, .361 wOBA along with 121 wRC. The creation has recently picked up a couple notches at home and Thames has posted a .281 ISO, .934 OPS, .385 wOBA and 136 wRC+ over the season against righties in Miller Park. It has not been September for its power-hitting Thames, but power has stayed with a strong .211 ISO for your month. Below criteria? Yes. It’s still a powerful number. After moving his last five games with no hit, Thames went 2 for 5 with a double and a run scored against the Cardinals in yesterday’s match, therefore maybe a popular stretch has started. Not only are the Brewers facing a pitcher that has not pitched in the big leagues in over annually, but they will also face the league’s 19th-ranked bullpen later, so I enjoy the chances of this three-man stack to put some runs on the board in such a .

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