Welcome to the Daily Four Pack where we share four core players on FanDuel that you are going to want to target for MLB DFS contests on Sunday, July 7, 2019.
Pitcher to Target
Keuchel is coming off his best start of the season for the Braves. In that start, Keuchel pitched seven innings while allowing just two runs producing a respectable 28 fantasy points in the process. If Keuchel can repeat that performance today which he should as he takes on a Marlins team that ranks dead last in both team ISO and team wOBA against left-handed pitching he will easily pay off his very affordable salary on just $7,300.
Yesterday’s Results: Miles Mikolas 18.00 fantasy points
Hitters to Target
Bell is having a special season for the Pirates and is having one hell of a start to the month of July. Bell already has five home runs and 14 RBIs in his six games this month. Call me crazy but I am expecting Bell to add to both of those totals today as he takes on Chase Anderson. Anderson is actually a reverse splits pitcher and really damn good against left-handed hitting but Bell is just that good against right-handed pitching with an OPS of 1.078, an ISO of .365 and a wOBA of .430 against them this season.
Yesterday’s Results: Robinson Cano 0.00 fantasy points
Joe Palumbo is not starting for the Rangers but is expected to pitch the bulk of their relief innings and that is great news for the Twins as Palumbo sucks. My favorite Twins hitter is Cruz as Palumbo is left-handed and Cruz eats left-handed pitching alive. In his career, Cruz has an OPS of .930, an ISO of .262 and a wOBA of .391 against lefties. This season those numbers jump to an OPS of .998, an ISO of .340, and a wOBA of .399.
Yesterday’s Results: George Springer 9.2 fantasy points
After giving you two expensive hitters we are going to need to save salary and Garcia is a great place to do it at. Garcia is the site minimum on FanDuel and has been hitting excellent since his call-up three games ago. In those three games, Garcia has three hits with a triple and home run and two walks in ten plate appearances. Garcia is not only cheap and hitting the ball well but he is also in an elite match-up against Ivan Nova. Nova has struggled throughout his career against left-handed hitting and this season is allowing lefties to slash .330/.368/.561 with a .368 wOBA.
Yesterday’s Results: Paul Goldschmidt 32.2 fantasy points
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