Drew Pomeranz ($6,300)
Drew Pomeranz had a solid DFS start against the Colorado Rockies last night. He picked up the loss but went five innings with two runs on five hits. He also had two walks and 11 strikeouts. The amount of Ks in five innings made Giants history.
Pomeranz’s DFS Outlook
Drew Pomeranz had a good game on the mound but the offense was blanked. His next scheduled start is Saturday against the Diamondbacks, who are a lesser hitting team than the Rockies. Consider Pomeranz on the next DFS slate.
Christian Walker ($3,800)
Christian Walker had a solid game last night, going 2-3 with a home run, three RBI, two runs and a walk. Look for the hot streak to continue into today’s game against the Dodgers.
Walker’s DFS Outlook
Walker has been the hottest hitter in baseball in the past week, going 11-24 with two homers and seven RBI. Walker should be a lock in all DFS slates, especially with the small price tag.
Julio Teheran ($8,100)
Teheran struggled yesterday against the Chicago Cubs, going just four innings, and he gave up seven runs on nine hits with three walks and two strikeouts. He picked up the loss as well. Teheran struggled but should be in your DFS lineups when he gets back on the mound.
Teheran’s DFS Outlook
Teheran did not have his stuff yesterday. His ERA rose to 3.94 after this outing and he picked up his sixth loss on the season. His next scheduled DFS start is Saturday against the New York Mets, who do not scare opposing pitchers.
Gary Sanchez ($5,600)
Gary Sanchez struggled at the plate last night, going hitless in four at-bats with two strikeouts and he left four guys on base. He did draw a walk but that was the only positive production. He should get back to normal for DFS purposes during today’s game.
Sanchez’s DFS Outlook
Sanchez had an off-day at the plate but he has been really good in the past 30 games for DFS purposes. In that span he is 33-for-116 with 11 home runs and 30 RBI with 11 walks. With the production around Sanchez in the lineup, it is difficult to see him slumping for a decent length of time.
DFS Injury Update
Jordan Hicks of the St. Louis Cardinals had a MRI reveal a torn right UCL. He and the team are determining the next steps.
Tyler Glasnow of the Tampa Bay Rays has been shut down for three weeks after feeling discomfort while throwing in Oakland.
Corey Seager of the Los Angeles Dodgers is progressing well from a left hamstring strain and claims to feel zero pain while walking.