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 Wednesday, September 11, 2019.
Pitcher to Target
Webb was dog crap in his last start allowing eight runs in less than three innings but I am willing to forget that last start for Webb for several reasons. The first is his salary. Webb is dirt cheap at only $6,300 and rostering him allows you to spend up on the big games that I feel you are going to need to roster to have a chance on this slate. The second reason is Webb has shown that he can pitch in this league as he allowed a total of six earned runs in his first three starts. The last reason is due to the match-up with the Pirates. The Pirates have some good numbers against right-handed pitching this season but are not an overly opposing offense and outside of their games at Coors have not really been hitting the ball that well over the past two weeks.
Yesterday’s Results: Trevor Bauer 41.0 fantasy points
Hitters to Target
Suarez was a let down for us last night but I have to go right back to him tonight as he gets to face another bad left-handed pitcher in Marco Gonzales. Gonzales has allowed 11 runs over his past two starts and in his career is allowing right-handed hitters to slug .438 with a .327 wOBA. Suarez for those of you who did not check out this article yesterday once again crushes left-handed pitching. Since the start of last season, Suarez has an OPS of 1.011, an ISO of .286 and a wOBA of .418 against them.
Yesterday’s Results: Eugenio Suarez 6.0 fantasy points
Zimmerman is always on my radar when the Nationals are facing a left-handed pitcher as he crushes them. Since the start of the 2017 season, Zimmerman has an OPS of 1.040, an ISO of .285 and a wOBA of .431. With Martin Perez the left-handed pitcher Zimmerman is facing allowing right-handed hitters to slash .280/.354/.463 with a .345 wOBA this season I don’t really see how you don’t roster Zimmerman at his dirt-cheap salary.
Yesterday’s Results: Chris Taylor 15.2 fantasy points
Wong has been a role since the all-star break slashing .349/.423/.500 with a .392 wOBA in his 50 games. Those numbers along with the fact that Wong should be batting second for the Cards with them playing at Coors Field make him your no doubt top second baseman especially when you factor in that the pitcher he is facing Antonio Senzatela is allowing left-handed hitters to slash .351/.426/.572 with a .416 wOBA and 36.3% hard-hit rate this season.
Yesterday’s Results: Nico Hoerner 6.0 fantasy points
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