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 Friday, September 13, 2019.
Pitcher to Target
I know Cole is expensive and that there is a game at Coors Field tonight but I really don’t see how you don’t lock in Cole tonight with the way he is pitching. Cole has 18 straight starts pitching at least six innings and has allowed more than two runs in just two of those starts. Cole not only is a lock for a quality start which is so important on FanDuel but he also is a strikeout machine. Cole has double-digit strikeouts in five straight games and in eight of his past ten games.
Yesterday’s Results: Justin Verlander 46.0 fantasy points
Hitters to Target
Arenado has reached base in 17 straight games for the Rockies. In those games, he is slashing .407/.486/.831 with an ISO of .424 and a wOBA of .518. Arenado has seven home runs, 13 runs scored and 13 RBIs in those games. Arenado is not just smoking hot but he is also at home against a lefty and Arenado equals money when facing a left-handed pitcher especially at Coors. Arenado has a career OPS of 1.183, an ISO of .372 and a wOBA of .484 at Coors against left-handed pitching. Arenado has also had success in the past against Joey Lucchesi with six hits with three of those being extra-base hits including a home run in his 17 at-bats against him.
Yesterday’s Results: Eugenio Suarez 37.9 fantasy points
Garica is not a player that I tend to target in GPPs as he has little to no power. With that being said he is a cash game staple of mine when I am looking for value as he reaches base at a high level. Garcia has an on-base percentage of .359 this season and has reached base safely in nine of his past 11 games. I especially like Garcia tonight as he is under $3,000 and should be hitting leadoff at Coors Field against a pitcher that struggles against left-handed hitting in Jeff Hoffman. This season Hoffman is allowing left-handed hitters to slash .327/.393/.600 with a .411 wOBA at Coors Field.
Yesterday’s Results: J.P. Crawford N/A not in the lineup
Martini is another cheap Padres hitter that I am having a hard time moving away from. Martini should be hitting right behind Greg Garcia in the lineup, is also left-handed and also gets on base at an elite level. Since joining the Padres on August 30th, Martini has an on-base percentage of .375 and has reached base safely in all but one of his games.
Yesterday’s Results: Ozzie Albies 31.2 fantasy points
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