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FanDuel MLB DFS Picks – September 11th

Not a whole good deal went way with previous night’s DraftKings MLB DFS Picks despite the teams out of our piles combining to score.
Our pitcher,” Mitch Keller, did get things started on the notice because he allowed five earned runs. While he continued to stack up the strikeouts using seven a three-run very first inning place him he couldn’t get out from.
Our four-man Braves stack did some damage, headed to Ronald Acuna Jr. and Freddie Freeman who combined for six hits, albeit all coming in unmarried for, which is not great. Our stack scored 2 runs, inserted two RBI, however, Acuna Jr. was also caught trying to steal. I desired here.
Our four-man Dodgers pile resulted in a three-man pile with Justin Turner scratch, however the pile wasn’t productive regardless as Corey Seager did the bulk of the heavy lifting. Cody Bellinger scored a run, singled and knocked in a run while David Freese singled twice and scored a run to stay hot. We had here.
It wasn’t a great night so let us turn our focus to another 14-game slate here on Wednesday and determine whether we could get things turned around!
P — Pablo Lopez (MIA) — $7,100 vs. MIL
The Brewers and Marlins get together tonight from Miami and the Brewers are entering this one on a non. Surethey won last night’s match to pull closer into the rival Cubs in the NL Wild Card race, nevertheless their lineup shot a gigantic blow as Christian Yelich fractured his kneecap to a foul ball and will miss the remainder of the season. That is devastating news for what is still a excellent Brewers offense, but there is little doubt that the crime is not quite as great without Yelich and I am liking Lopez more tonight as a result. Aside from the Yelich situation, there is still a lot to like about the Marlins’ right-hander within this one. First, Lopez’s home/road splits favor the home side and are wide. On the street, Lopez has been labeled to get a diehard 7.71 ERA and also 6.27 FIP using a 7.71 K/9 clip too. However, in the home, Lopez has been completely lights from the tune of a 2.68 ERA and an even greater 2.41 FIP to go along with a heightened 8.55 K/9 clip. Though the Brewers have plenty if power at their disposal, we will need to note their 25 percent strikeout clip right-handers this season is your eighth-highest mark . Add it up and I’m digging Lopez at this price tonight.
C/1B — Jose Abreu (CWS) — $3,700 vs. KC
There is some attractive offenses on this slate, outside of Coors Field, and the White Sox are my co-favorite tonight because they carry on right-hander Glenn Sparkman and the rival Kansas City Royals. Sparkman has not been good this season, or of late, and he has also been completely demolished around the road this year. All in all, the 27-year-old right-hander possesses a 5.97 ERA, 6.06 FIP and also 5.82 xFIP. Sparkman posted a 7.53 ERA in the month of July, a 7.58 mark at the month of August and so much has a 9.00 ERA in September thanks to allowing four runs in four innings his last workout. Eventually, Sparkman has been crushed to the tune of a 8.94 ERA, 7.55 FIP and 6.57 xFIP on the street this year where he’s also allowed a tremendous 2.91 HR/9 on the season. Because of this, I want some White Sox bats beginning here with Abreu whose bat is much more effective versus lefties, but matches in this stack thanks to his power from righties. Abreu enters this man wearing a .221 ISO over the season against right-handed throwing, a number that jumps to .259 at home versus righties while he also sports a .835 ISO, .335 wOBA and 111 wRC+ against opposite-handed casting on the season. We’ve seen better numbers in our stacks, but the man gets hit 23 home runs and 23 doubles from righties this season and I will look for that power to last into this one.
2B — Jose Altuve (HOU) — $4,300 vs. OAK
Even the Astros and A’s have traded blows in terms of pummeling others pitching this string along with the Astros could very well continue such a trend in this 1 tonight against left-hander Brett Anderson. I had lots of money to work with in this lineup tonight and once I had the next base position left to fill after rostering my stacks I simply went to the highest-priced bat in Altuve. The speed part of his power/speed combo is lacking some in the moment as he has swiped just five bases in the year while managing accidents, however the power is quite real with 26 home runs and a .247 ISO on this season. His figures against left-hander, nevertheless, are simply out of this universe. On the season, Altuve has conquered left-handed pitching to the tune of a .386 average, .376 ISO, 1.205 OPS, .485 wOBA and a enormous 214 wRC+L. Those are a few of the greatest numbers we have observed against any split this season. Like most of his teammates, Altuve is headquartered at the month of September thus much using a .219 ISO, .963 OPS, .401 wOBA along with 157 wRC+, great for his second-best month of the season. He has not enjoyed a whole lot of succeeding against Anderson in the past he is only 3 to 13 against him having a double, but given his numbers against lefties this season that may well change tonight.
3B — Yoan Moncada (CWS) — $3,200 vs. KC
Next guy up in our four-man White Sox heap is Moncada who delivers some huge power against right-handed casting, the most of this White Sox staff to be precise. With Moncada, we also get some stolen foundation upside too, providing us an appetizing power/speed combo which looks even better after we see his own career figures against Sparkman. Mondada enters this 1 tonight sporting a .254 ISO, .950 OPS, .392 wOBA along with 149 wRC+ on the season against right-wing pitching, amount that crush his figures against lefties as he is a switch-hitter. The numbers get much better in the home against righties in which Moncada has collected a .312 ISO, 1.007 OPS, .411 wOBA and 162 wRC+. Moreover, Moncada is mashing thus far in the month of September as he owns a .212 ISO,.1.136 OPS, .469 wOBA along with 201 wRC+ to the month to this point. In layman’s terms, the former leading prospects has recorded a multi-hit match in five of his last six and has three doubles, a homer, seven runs, three RBI and a stolen base above his past five matches. In his career against Sparkman, he has gone 4 to 9 (.444) using a home run. As a result, there’s no reason to be evaporating the power-hitting infielder in this matchup tonight.
SS — Tim Anderson (CWS) — $3,200 vs. KC
There is a shortstop for our following pile that fits right in this lineup tonight, but it’s real tough to depart Anderson out of any White Sox pile considering his work against right-handed pitching this season, his power/speed potential, his numbers against Sparkman and the simple fact that he is projected to hit in the two-hole tonight, basically leading off our pile as a outcome. Anderson enters this one tonight wearing a .324 average, .188 ISO, .879 OPS, .368 wOBA and a 133 wRC+ on the season against right-wing pitching, all which are superior to the same numbers against lefties. Like Moncada, Anderson has been crimson for the month of September so much using a .306 ISO, 1.116 OPS, .458 wOBA and 194 wRC+. He’s notched a multi-hit attempt in seven of his last nine games and has six doubles, two homers, 10 runs scored and five RBI in that period. Anderson has clubbed 16 home runs on the season and swiped 16 foundations as well. In a little career sample against Sparkman, Anderson has gone 2 for 6, albeit without an extra-base hit. In the close of the day, Anderson has the big-game ability in this matchup and there’s little reason to leave him considering his place in the above two-hole tonight.
OF — Eloy Jimenez (CWS) — $2,900 vs. KC
Completing our four-man White Sox heap is Jimenez who may not be hitting for a high average in his first season in the big leagues, but he’s brought plenty of electricity into the dish together with 25 home runs over the year to go together with a .224 ISO. The great news for that matchup tongiht is that Jimenez sports some reverse-splits within his rookie season, meaning that the right-handed flying outfielder sports exceptional figures against right-handed pitchers. Against righties this season, the 22-year-old has published a .238 ISO, .789 OPS, .326 wOBA and also a 105 wRC+, all which are exceptional to his figures versus lefties. They aren’t the top numbers in the Earth, however they’re above league average and several are being dragged down by a tiny 4.9% drop speed against righties, maybe not unusual for a rookie. More good news is around the road, however, as Jimenez unites Moncada and Anderson in with a big month of September to this stage and a few excellent amounts versus Sparkman too. Jimenez has published a big-time .342 ISO, .905 OPS, .368 wOBA and 133 wRC+ to the month for this stage. He hit a grand slam in last night’s show opener and has three homers and four doubles over his past seven games. Finally, he’s gone 2 for 4 with a home run in his brief history contrary to Sparkman. Sign me up daily at this price.
OF — Tommy Pham (TB) — $3,700 vs. TEX
I’ll be completing my lineup with a three-man Rays pile, beginning here with Pham who’s set to technically lead this stack off as he is set to strike in the two-hole with this 1 tonight. Pham has once again been an on-base device that this year and he brings a tasty power/speed combination to the dining table also with 2o home runs and 20 steals on the season. Pham’s bat is more effective against lefties, but he should fare just good tonight against the right-handed starter, Ariel Jurado. Jurado owns a 5.74 ERA at home this season and a 6.21 ERA in 91.1 innings as a starter, so there’s plenty to work with versus the righty. Pham has submitted a .198 ISO, .791 OPS, .334 wOBA plus a 111 wRC+ to the season against right-wing pitching. He only has posted a .111 ISO in September, but he has been wildly productive with a huge .985 OPS, .423 wOBA along with 172 wRC+, which would signify his best month of the year. Pham will take an eight-game hit series into action tonight with four star multi-hit efforts in that opportunity to go along with three rebounds, a homer and four stolen bases. Even the cross-category upside is quite real with the productive outfielder in this .
OF — Austin Meadows (TB) — $3,800 vs. TEX
Next person up in the Rays heap is Meadows who is Tampa Bay’s most effective hitter against right-wing pitching. The prior Pirates top prospects has enjoyed a gigantic season with the Rays in what is his first full MLB campaign. The outfielder has hit 29 home runs this year and he also brings some strong stolen foundation upside to the dining table with 10 swipes on this season. He has done some serious damage against right-handed pitching as this year as he’ll carry a .302 average, .974 OPS, .398 wOBA and also a 155 wRC+ to action tonight against righties like Jurado. Meadows plays his home games at the pitcher-friendly Tropicana Field in Tampa Bay, but to the road he’s completely unloaded against right-handed pitching to the tune of a .342 ISO, 1.065 OPS, .433 wOBA along with 178 wRC+ — undoubtedly his best numbers against any splits this season. Obviously, his base upside up against righties with two of the 10 steals on the year coming in the cost of a right-hander. Meadows has become for that to continue at a road matchup this 29, and I’ll search.
UTIL — Ji-Man Choi (TB) — $2,900 vs. TEX
Completing our lineup and Rays stack is Choi who has left his money mashing right-handed strands during his profession. That has certainly been the case this season as Choi has raked casting to the tune of a .181 ISO, .811 OPS, .344 wOBA plus also a 118 wRC+. The great news is that Choi’s road numbers follow match with that of the own teammate Meadows as he’s smashed right-handers to get a .190 ISO, .839 OPS, .356 wOBA plus a 126 wRC+ around the season. Again, there is nothing new for the lefty-swinging Choi has he owns a career .209 ISO, .813 OPS, .345 wOBA along with 119 wRC+ versus righties. Choi hasn’t been as successful as his teammates Pham and Meadows in the month of September, but I am encouraged by the fact he does his very best work on the street against righties that is where he’ll be tonight at the hitter-friendly boundaries of Globe Life Park in Arlington. I think Choi could deliver a lot of value as the anchor of the three-man Rays stack tonight with Jurado letting 16 earned runs in the home.

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