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MLB DFS Winners and Losers: Lowe Value

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All 30 teams played on Sunday June 10. All prices and point values are from DraftKings.

Winners

Brandon Lowe ($4,300)

Brandon Lowe feasted on the Boston Red Sox yesterday at the dish, going 3-for-5 with a pair of home runs, three RBI, and he crossed the plate three times. He upped his average to .288 and now has a team-high 13 home runs. Yesterday was his first multi-homer game since April 12 against the Blue Jays.

Lowe’s Outlook

Lowe has been on fire this past week, posting a .357 (10-for-28) batting average in his past seven games with two homers and six RBI. Lowe and the rest of the Rays head home to face off against the Oakland Athletics tonight. They will be facing Tanner Anderson, who has posted a 6.26 ERA in 11 games in Triple-A this season. Look for Lowe to continue driving the ball and potentially get a couple of extra base hits.

Edwin Encarnacion ($4,800)

Edwin Encarnacion has been making it look like he’s in the HR Derby the past couple of weeks with his production and yesterday was no different. Against Jose Suarez and the rest of the Angels’ pitching staff, he went 2-for-5 with both hits leaving the yard. He also tallied three RBI and a couple of runs scored.

Encarnacion’s Outlook

Encarnacion has been hitting home runs like crazy this year, now with 20. He also now has 400 career HRs. He is putting up the power numbers in bunches, hitting seven home runs in the past 15 games played. Encarnacion and the Mariners travel to Minnesota to take on the Twins on Tuesday night. Martin Perez is a solid candidate to have a bounce-back start, so fade Encarnacion on Tuesday’s slate.

Noah Syndergaard ($8,900)

Syndergaard proved his worth. He faced a solid Colorado Rockies lineup and went seven scoreless and only allowed one hit, two walks and seven strikeouts while picking up his fourth win of the season. He has performed well in his last three starts and is proving to be a valuable asset for DFS players.

Syndergaard’s Outlook

Syndergaard has been phenomenal the past six weeks outside of the start against the Detroit Tigers on May 24. He is providing length at 6.1 innings per start and just over one home run allowed per nine innings. His next scheduled start is Saturday at home against the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals are posting a .735 OPS, which is 19th in baseball, so expect Syndergaard to not have much trouble in his next matchup.

Losers

Shane Bieber ($10,200)

Bieber did not provide the outing required against the New York Yankees. He went 1.2 innings and gave up five runs on five hits. He also had four strikeouts with two walks and gave up a home run. After getting the first two outs in the second, he allowed the next eight Yankees to reach base safely before being pulled. Expect Bieber to have a bounce-back outing in his next start.

Bieber’s Outlook

Coming into the game yesterday, Bieber had been the Indians’ most productive starting pitcher this season. However, he did not provide length, and with one of the largest prices on the slate, he failed provide value. The Yankees work the count and get on base at a .330 clip. Bieber’s next outing is slated for next Sunday on the road against the Detroit Tigers, the second-worst hitting team in the AL. Look for Bieber to redeem himself the next time around.

Cody Bellinger ($5,600)

Bellinger did not look good against Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants yesterday. He went hitless in four at-bats with two of them ending in strike three. Bellinger is in the midst of a severe cold streak and is capable of breaking out in any game. However, with the price tag he carries, avoid Bellinger until he begins to hit again.

Bellinger’s Outlook

Bellinger is not hitting right now, even with a .355 batting average on the season. In his last seven games, he is 4-for-25 (.160 average) with eight strikeouts. He finished the three-game set against the Giants 0-for-9 with three walks. The Dodgers have an interleague matchup against the Angels beginning tonight and maybe a day off to gather himself would benefit Bellinger the most.

Injury Update

Jason Kipnis left the game in the top of the sixth inning with right hip tightness.

The New York Yankees placed Domingo German on the 10-day Injured List with a left hip flexor strain retroactive to June 8.

The Chicago White Sox placed Dylan Covey on the 10-day Injured List with right shoulder inflammation retroactive to June 6.

All 30 teams played on Sunday June 10. Some players overplayed their values while others struggled. All prices and point values are from DraftKings.

Winners

Brandon Lowe ($4,300)

Brandon Lowe feasted on the Boston Red Sox yesterday at the dish, going 3-for-5 with a pair of home runs, three RBI and three times crossing home plate. He upped his average on the season to .288 and now has a team-high 13 home runs. Yesterday was his first multi-homer game since April 12 against the Blue Jays.

Lowe’s Outlook

Lowe has been on fire this past week, posting a .357 (10-for-28) batting average in his past seven games with two homers and six RBI. Lowe and the rest of the Rays head home to face off against the Oakland Athletics tonight. They will be facing Tanner Anderson, who has posted a 6.26 ERA in 11 games in Triple-A this season. Look for Lowe to continue driving the ball and potentially get a couple of extra base hits.

Edwin Encarncion ($4,800)

Edwin Encarncion has been making it look like he’s in the HR Derby the past couple of weeks with his production and yesterday was no different. Against Jose Suarez and the rest of the Angels’ pitching staff, he went 2-for-5 with both hits leaving the yard. He also tallied three RBI and a couple of runs scored on the day.

Encarncion’s Outlook

Encarncion has been hitting home runs like crazy this year, now having 20 on the season. He also now has 400 career HR, which in itself is impressive. He is putting up the power numbers in bunches, hitting seven home runs in the past 15 games played. Encarncion and the Mariners travel to Minnesota to take on the Twins on Tuesday night. Martin Perez is a solid candidate to have a bounce-back start, so fade Encarncion on Tuesday’s slate.

Noah Syndergaard ($8,900)

Even with the hefty price tag attached, Syndergaard proved his worth. He faced a solid Colorado Rockies lineup and went seven scoreless and only allowed one hit, two walks and seven strikeouts on the day while picking up his fourth win on the season. He performed well in his last three starts and is proving to be a valuable asset for DFS players looking for a pitcher.

Syndergaard’s Outlook

Syndergaard has been phenomenal the past six weeks outside of the start against the Detroit Tigers on May 24. He is providing length in 6.1 innings per start and just over one home run allowed per nine innings. His next scheduled start is Saturday at home against the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals are posting a .735 OPS, which is 19th in baseball so expect Syndergaard to not have too much trouble against the Cards in his next matchup.

Losers

Shane Bieber ($10,200)

Bieber did not provide the outing required for the Cleveland Indians yesterday against the New York Yankees. He went 1.2 innings and gave up five runs on five hits. He also had four strikeouts with two walks and gave up a home run. After getting the first two outs in the second, he allowed the next eight Yankees to reach base safely before being pulled. Expect Bieber to have a bounce-back outing in his next start.

Bieber’s Outlook

Coming into the game yesterday, Shane Bieber has been the Indians’ most productive starting pitcher this season. However, he did not provide length and with one of the largest prices on the slate, he failed provide value. The Yankees work the count and get on base at a .330 clip. Bieber’s next outing is slated for next Sunday on the road against the Detroit Tigers, the second-worst hitting team in the AL. Look for Bieber to redeem himself the next time around.

Cody Bellinger ($5,600)

Bellinger did not look good against Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants yesterday. He finished going hitless in four at-bats with two of them ending in strike three. Bellinger is in the midst of a severe cold streak and is capable of breaking out any game. However, with the price tag he carries, avoid Bellinger until he begins to hit once again.

Bellinger’s Outlook

Cody Bellinger is not hitting right now, even with a .355 batting average on the season. In his last seven games, he is 4-for-25 (.160 average) with eight strikeouts. He finished the three-game set against the Giants going 0-for-9 with three walks. The Dodgers have an interleague matchup against the Angels beginning tomorrow and maybe a day off to gather himself would benefit Bellinger the most.

Injury Update

Jason Kipnis left the game in the top of the sixth inning with right hip tightness.

The New York Yankees placed Domingo German on the 10-day Injured List with a left hip flexor strain retroactive to June 8.

The Chicago White Sox placed Dylan Covey on the 10-day Injured List with right shoulder inflammation retroactive to June 6.

Vincent Pensabene is a graduate of Saint Leo University with a B.A. in Sports Business. He was the NBA Editor at Forward Mile, where he handled NBA DFS articles. In addition, he wrote for numerous local newspapers and websites before landing at WinDaily.

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