Cole has been out since June 10, and the closer we get to the All-Star break, the more likely it is the Pirates will simply hold him out until after the break as a precaution. If you own Cole, all you can do is wait and hope for the best.
Escobar hasn't played since June 23, and if he were to miss a few more games, a back-dated DL stint could make some sense. If you own Escobar in a weekly league you still have to consider benching him, but it certainly sounds like he will return to the lineup sometime this week. Jefry Marte should continue to see increased playing time while Escobar is out.
The Knicks already have a center who can protect the rim and shoot threes in Kristaps Porzingis and signing a center who will force Porzingis to play power forward and Carmelo Anthony to play small forward is a huge blunder considering the Knicks have no shooting guard and zero depth. Noah would be a good fit in the offense and in the locker room, but both he and the Knicks would probably be better off if he signs someplace else.
Pederson will sit against a lefty for the second time in three days, and it looks like he is in a pretty strict platoon at this point. Trayce Thompson will play centerfield and bat third. Thompson is hitless in his last 15 at-bats, so use him in DFS at your own risk.
Utley will sit again with a lefty on the mound, with Enrique Hernandez leading off and Howie Kendrick moving to second base. Hernandez hit a home run in his only at-bat against Francisco Liriano, and he could make an excellent DFS play Monday.
A.J. Ellis will catch and bat seventh with Grandal getting a routine day off. Ellis is batting .250/.333/.325 against left-handed pitchers this season, so there isn't a whole lot of value there.
Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts had said Gonzalez would get Monday and Tuesday off, and it appears that will indeed be the case. If you own Gonzalez in a weekly league, you may want to bench him this week. Scott Van Slyke will play first base and bat sixth, and is worth considering for DFS as right-handed batters have a .368 wOBA against Francisco Liriano.
Chris Taylor will start at shortstop and bat eighth while several Dodgers regulars get the day off. Taylor will have the platoon advantage against Francisco Liriano, and you could do worse for a cheap DFS play.
Foltynewicz was pretty solid in his six starts this season, with a 3.50 K/BB, 3.51 ERA and 4.69 FIP. If he is available in your NL-only league, it probably wouldn't be a bad idea to pick him up now and stash him.