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I know a lot of
things are too good to be true, but I do not care, this is the real thing!
Nothing like a full slate of Baseball games. From top to bottom,
we got action all around the league. Instead of dilly dallying in this intro,
let’s get straight to the BEAST plays at every position. The salaries will be
– J.T. REALMUTO ($3400) vs. Tyson Ross
playing very well, and a pitcher like Tyson Ross does not have the stuff to get
anything past him. Realmuto will spray the ball all over the field, and batting
behind Harper/Hoskins and all the table setters on that team, there will surely
be RBI opportunities.
BASE – JUSTIN SMOAK ($3800) @ Griffin Canning
Imagine a guy
making his first ever Major League start, and he has to go up against the huge and
intimidating Justin Smoak, who knows where if you throw a pitch in his zone, he
will crush it. Without knowing that zone too well, as this will be the second
hitter he ever faces in his career, expect that mistake pitch to happen, and
expect Smoak to welcome Canning with his first major league HR allowed.
BASE – ERIC HOSMER ($3300) @ Julio Teheran
Hosmer has been
playing his best baseball since his All-Star Days with Kansas City. He had two
HRs over the weekend, as well as a four-game hitting streak. Teheran is another
pitcher who is fading quickly, and no longer has the juice on his pitches which
made him a household fantasy name back in the 2016 range. Hosmer will get to
Teheran, more than Teheran will get to Hosmer.
BASE – KIKE HERNANDEZ ($3300) @ Drew Pomeranz
Kike, do you
love me? Will you hit a HR off Pomeranz? You have the matchup, his pitches are
juicy, especially coming to a righty, who made his living hitting off soft
Thank you, I
will sign autographs afterwards, especially when Hernandez hits a shot.
BASE – ROUGNED ODOR ($2700) vs. Jordan Lyles
I know Lyles is
having a great start to his season, but a matchup in Texas is not the type of one
that has kept Lyles’ name relevant in Fantasy Baseball. The Rangers are also
one of the hottest hitting teams after dominating Seattle pitching over the
weekend. Odor’s return was a big reason for the onslaught, and Lyles does not
have the junk in the trunk to get by the Rangers hitting. Odor will get a lot
of runs and could end up with a dinger of his own.
BASE – JOSE RAMIREZ ($3700) @ Sandy Alcantara
can get his fastballs in the mid 90s, he also throws pitches right down the
middle. The superstar Ramirez will take advantage of those pitches, as he can
catch up to everything. The best part about Jose’s game, if he does not get the
HRs and RBIs, he will certainly be on the lookout to steal a base against the
Marlins like he did last week against them.
BASE – RAFAEL DEVERS ($3100) vs. Dillion Brooks
is coming off of a strong game with multiple hits and a lot of confidence.
Brooks is not that strong of a pitcher. Expect Devers to continue his hit
parade, and expect him to have runners on base when he is mashing all over the
– TREVOR STORY ($4600) @ Jhoulys Chacin
knows how to get wins, he also knows how to give up HRs to really good players.
Trevor Story is easily one of the most underrated players in baseball and
should have his name right there with Christian Yelich and Cody Bellinger. When
it is all said and done in the career of Story, he can be the most dynamic
HR/SB combo shortstop in Fantasy Baseball history. Good luck, Chacin.
– JEAN SEGURA ($3900) vs. Tyson Ross
Jean Segura is
one of the most underrated players in baseball. Every time he comes to bat, he
is a threat to score a run. He gets on base with the best of them, and he hits
the ball everywhere. Segura can leg out the triple, he can hit the HR, and
despite being injured most of last week, he still showed on Sunday he can be a
BEAST with a triple. Segura will get results.
– BRYCE HARPER ($4800) vs. Tyson Ross
Tyson Ross is
in big trouble for this matchup. It is never an easy thing to go up against the
hottest player in baseball, not only with the bat but off the field as well.
Bryce can easily send shots out of the stadium with every mistake Ross makes.
– ADAM JONES ($3200) vs. CC Sabathia
Adam Jones has
been teeing off on Sabathia for about the last five years dating back to the
Orioles/Yankees matchups. Even without looking at the history of Jones vs.
Sabathia, you can tell this matchup looks great, as CC does not have the stuff
to get past the hungry Adam Jones. In 90 At-Bats, Adam Jones has five HRs,
which is enough to know he has Sabathia’s number.
– JUAN SOTO ($4300) vs. Adam Wainwright
not been a good pitcher since what seems like 2014. He throws junk that cannot
get a superstar out, and a big uppercut swing from Soto can easily send the
ball to the upper deck. Wainwright is in trouble with every strike he throws to
the young stud.
– NOMAR MAZARA ($4000) vs. Jordan Lyles
Nomar found his
stroke last week, and he is very happy to stay at home and go up against a
righty who does not belong in Texas. Mazara will be able to see all of Lyles’
pitches very well and should end up with a very strong game with plenty of RBI
– YASIEL PUIG ($3300) @ Jason Vargas
Should we throw
a parade for Puig making it on this list? He has not had the best season so far
to this point, hitting .200 with four HRs. However, he has a juicy matchup
against Jason Vargas, who has not been Fantasy relevant since the days when I
was still in college around 2010. Jason Vargas has no speed, and Puig loves
lefties with no speed. The HR shot is definitely possible in this one.