Finally we have a day of immense pitching for us to select from. It seems like we have been living off of table scraps ever since the All-Star Game but today there are plenty of high quality choices. It's very hard to go away from Clayton Kershaw though he is on the road tonight and will cost you a small fortune. Others like Julio Teheran, Cliff Lee, Chris Sale and Justin Verlander also are on the bump tonight and present some upside for us as well.
But if you are paying for pitching tonight it is going to be difficult finding value bats as there just aren't many compelling numbers to follow this evening. If you are looking to stack some lineups tonight I am feeling once again going with the Oakland A's as my main stack followed by the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago White Sox. If you want to go real off the radar I think that the Cleveland Indians are also in a good spot aginst Jeremy Guthrie tonight.
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Here is the DFS Playbook for Saturday July 26th:
|Tommy La Stella||2B||3,400||2,600||4,100|
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