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Updated 6:49 pm EST
This is a list of the hottest batters over the last week. Check out those Tampa Bay bats! Stack these Tampa Bay batters as they’re hotter than any team around. The three, four, five batters have extremely high upsides. The Tampa Bay Rays are favored by -135 with a 9 under/over.
Updated 6:15 pm EST
J.A. Happ is my favorite pitcher of the night. Happ faces one batter that worries me, Tim Anderson. Every other batter either exhibits poor recent form or unimpressive BvP stats against Happ. This should be a strike out bonanza for Happ. Remember that list of cold batters I discussed about Toronto? Well, five of Chicago’s batters also showed up on that list. These players included: Cordell, Rondon, Alonso, Abreu and Sanchez. Happ is a solid GPP play and I love his upside tonight against a strike out prone White Sox team – regardless of the hitters park.
Updated 5:59 pm EST
Mike Tauchman could be solid value in the nine hole within a Yankees stack that I am very confident in. The Yankees are facing, Former Yankee Ivan Nova. Nova has struggled all year and is pitching in a park that is ranked 2nd in the league allowing 1.352 HR/game. The Yankees could very well tee off here against their former teammate who they are now facing for the second time this season. All lefties are in play for the New York Yankees who are favored by -175 with a 10 under/over.
Updated 5:30 pm EST
Okay, this is interesting. I looked up a list of the coldest batters over the last week. One teams major batters stood out, the Toronto Blue Jays. Cavan Biggio, Justin Smoak, Rowdy Tellez, Randal Grichuk (NS), Eric Sogard, Teoscar Hernandez and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. ALL come in on the very bottom of this list! I’m investing in Gabriel Ynoa as a long shot GPP punt. This is my riskiest play of the day and I am only investing in Ynoa to gain the salary flexibility to afford all/most Coors bats. High risk, high reward.
Updated 5 :10 pm EST
Strahm comes off the 10-day DL tonight into a very tough match up against the Colorado Rockies. Strahm actually exhibits reverse splits as he allows a .353 BA opposing lefties and a .225 BA to opposing righties. The long ball numbers are clearly with the right handed batters but regardless I do think the majority of Colorado’s bats are in play tonight. Coors Field is allowing 1.444 runs per games which ranks highest in the league.
The San Diego Padres are my favorite stack of the night. Jon Gray had a tough recent outing allowing four earned runs and a .348 OBA over five innings to the New York Mets. Tonight he faces a Padres team that has solid BvP stats in relatively high sample sizes. Hunter Renfroe and Will Myers are batting a combined 16 – 37 with six home runs against Gray. The Padres are slight underdogs with an 11.5 under/over in one of the best home run stadiums (if not the best) in the league. This will be the third time that Gray will have faced SD so far this season and the second time in Coors. On the road, Gray pitched well against SD but in his most recent game vs. the Padres in Coors, Gray allowed two homers off eight hits over six innings.
Louis Cangiano has been an avid DFS player since his freshman year of college at the University of Rhode Island. Louis’ major accomplishments include sixth place at the DraftKings 2016 WFBBC Championship for $100,000 and a 34th place finish in the 2017 FanDuel WFBC Championship In both tournaments he had just one entry, Louis is currently a full-time professional Daily Fantasy player, having previously provided content at DFSArmy, ScoutDFS.com and SiriusXM Radio. Louis specializes in MLB, NFL and NBA GPP plays.