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Updated 6:50 pm EST
Players in advantageous spots in the order:
Cavan Biggio (Clean up)
Christian Stewart (Clean up)
Travis D’Arnaud (Lead off)
Kevan Smith (Seventh)
Adam Jones (Clean up)
Renato Nunez (Clean up)
Updated 6:26 pm EST
I actually do like Julio Teheran tonight against the Mets in Atlanta. Teheran typically shows up against the Mets as he has maintained them to a .198 BA with 24 strike outs in 107 at-bats. Teheran comes into this game pitching nicely with a .53 ERA in the month of June and Mets are striking out more as of late with low team batting averages. Teheran is going to be my pitching play tonight despite Vegas favoring the Mets at -110 with a 9 under/over.
I”m guessing that I am not the only one questioning their pitching tonight. I just wanted to include a list of the teams who have struck out the most over the last week. Which one to target? Not sure yet. But at the moment San Diego looks like an appealing team to target with Milwaukee Brandon Woodruff. The Padres are struggling at home with a .224 home team BA and a 29 % K rate against righties.
Updated 5:40 pm EST
Now Chicago. This is really my favorite stack of the night. Chicago carries upside, BvP advantages, reasonable salaries as well as a solid hitting environment on a nice 72 degree night in Chicago. Nova has been pretty bad as of late. He’s leaving too many off speed pitches out over the plate and against a veteran team like Chicago, they will make him pay. The left-handed bats on Chicago specifically have the most impressive stats as Nova owns a .349 allowed BA to opposing lefties with eight home runs this season. Nova owns a 6.55 ERA over his last two and a 7.38 ERA in night games this season. On DraftKings this is a five man stack for sure but on FanDuel which four Cubs to select is one of my most difficult decisions of the night. Baez, Rizzo, Schwarber and Gonzlalez make the cut for me.
Updated 5:30 pm EST
Okay, I have some strong opinions tonight on the Oakland A’s and Chicago Cubs. What are my opinions you ask? Stack these team and do it with confidence. Let’s start with Oakland. The A’s face Gabriel Ynoa and Baltimore’s horrific bullpen. The only question to ask yourself when targeting Baltimore this season is, “When will my players see the bullpen?” Ynoa has a 5.74 road ERA over five games played. Ynoa is also exhibiting some major reverse splits as right-handed batters are hitting .304 against Ynoa with four homers in 76 at-bats. Ynoa has struggled lately with a 4.88 ERA over the month of June. After a great April, Ynoa has been declining ever since, I expected him to continue this trend tonight and let the horrible Oriole bullpen take over…which is when the real fun begins!
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.