Welcome to the Daily Three Pack where we share three core players on FantasyDraft that you are going to want to target for MLB DFS contests on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.
In this article, I am going to give you three core plays that I am using in cash games for the main slate of games. This core will include a player at each of the three positions on FantasyDraft pitcher, infielder, and outfielder.
Pitcher to Target
Targeting pitchers against the Marlins especially when they are at home tends to work in your favor no matter who the pitcher is. It worked out well for us last night with Michael Wacha and I have a feeling it works out well for us tonight with Hudson who has been a much better pitcher that Wacha has been this season especially as of late. Hudson has pitched at least six innings in six of his past seven starts and in those starts he has an ERA of 2.59 and has produced double-digit fantasy points in four straight games with two of those games being games that he produced at least 19 fantasy points. While that may not seem like a ton of fantasy points at Hudson’s salary it is more than enough.
Yesterday’s Results: Michael Wacha 21.30 fantasy points
Infielder to Target
I know that we have a larger slate tonight than last night but I am going to leave what I wrote about Torres yesterday here as everything still applies with yesterday’s game being rained out.
Torres has not been that good against left-handed pitching this season with an OPS of .662, an ISO of .135 and a wOBA of .282. The left-handed pitcher he is facing Jason Vargas is also pitching excellent right now with one earned run or less allowed in six of his past seven starts. Why in the world is Torres in this article as a core play then? Well, I am glad you asked as there are two reasons why I like Torres tonight. The first is I am not a believer in Jason Vargas. Vargas has looked excellent as of last but his advanced stats show he cannot possibly keep this up. The second is Torres is a lot better than he has shown against lefties and last season he had an OPS of .912, an ISO of .322 and a wOBA of .378 against them. At his salary, I am willing to bet that he turns things around tonight.
Yesterday’s Results: Gleyber Torres N/A game was PPD about 6:30 PM and was not able to update the article
Outfielder to Target
Peter Lambert shut down the Cubs in his first career start but that game was at Wrigley with the wind blowing in and tonight’s start will be at Coors. I am willing to bet a lot of money we don’t see a repeat performance from Lambert tonight and I will be stacking the Cubs. Schwarber is my favorite Cubs hitter as he is smoking hot. Schwarber has hits in eight straight games and has seven home runs over his past 18 games. Schwarber will also have the handedness advantage of Lambert tonight.
Yesterday’s Results: N/A
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