MLB DFS Heart Of The Order - July 15 Video
Matt Selz brings you his top starting pitcher, favorite hitters and top stack for today's MLB DFS main slate
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Raisel Iglesias earned his second save of the 2020 campaign on Saturday, working a perfect ninth inning to preserve a two-run lead against the Brewers.
The right-hander went right through the heart of the Brewers order in this one, striking out Keston Hiura and getting Christian Yelich to ground out to second base before getting Logan Morrison swinging to end the night. While Iglesias has had a few hiccups in non-save situations this season, he has now successfully converted each of his first two save attempts. He owns a 5.06 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 10/0 K/BB ratio through his first 5 1/3 innings on the season.
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Anthony DeSclafani was dominant in Saturday's victory over the Brewers, striking out six over six shutout innings.
The right-hander scattered two hits while walking one. The only real scoring threat that the Brewers mounted against him came in the first inning, where Keston Hiura worked a one-out walk, advanced to second on a ground ball and swiped third base. He was left stranded though, as DeSclafani punched out Logan Morrison to end the inning. He has yet to allow a run through his first 11 innings on the season, posting a 0.55 WHIP and 8/1 K/BB ratio in the process. He'll look to keep the good times rolling when he does battle against the Pirates on Thursday.
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L. Morrison - 1B
Logan Morrison had another miserable night at the plate in Saturday's loss to the Reds, going 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts.
Maybe the return of Logan Morrison isn't going to be a thing in 2020. The 32-year-old -- hitting out of the cleanup spot in the Brewers' lineup -- went down swinging with a runner on third base in the opening inning. He then grounded out to the shortstop twice before going down hacking against Raisel Iglesias to end the ballgame. Through 22 plate appearances, he's slashing an anemic .136/.174/.318 with one homer, one RBI and a 6/1 K/BB ratio.
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B. Anderson - SP
Brett Anderson struggled in Saturday's loss to the Reds, giving up three runs (two earned) on four hits over 3 2/3 innings.
The left-hander walked two and struck out two on the night -- throwing 39 of his 68 pitches for strikes. All of the damage done against him came in the opening inning on one mighty swing by Eugenio Suarez. Anderson continues to build up his stamina after getting a late start to the season due to a blister issue. He should be able to throw around 80 pitches his next time out on Thursday against the Cubs in Chicago.
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T. Frazier - 1B
Todd Frazier went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored as the Rangers topped the Angels in Arlington on Saturday night.
Frazier started a rally with a two-out single off of Patrick Sandoval in the sixth inning, then rode home on Joey Gallo's two-run blast. The 34-year-old is thriving in his first season with the Rangers, slashing .311/.380/.556 with a pair of long balls, five RBI and a stolen base. He continues to find himself hitting in a prime spot in the middle of the Rangers' lineup, and probably deserves more mixed league fantasy consideration than he has been getting.
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R. Montero - RP
Rafael Montero slammed the door on the Angels in the ninth inning for the second straight night on Saturday, preserving a two-run lead to pick up his second save of the season.
Montero didn't strike anyone out this time, but did retire the Angels in order without any difficulty. What a tremendous start to the season for the 29-year-old right-hander -- jumping right into the fray after being activated from the injured list on Friday to earn saves in each of his first two appearances. He appears to have a firm grip on the ninth inning gig in Texas and needs to be owned in all mixed leagues at this point.
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K. Allard - SP
Kolby Allard was outstanding in a no-decision against the Angels on Saturday, racking up six strikeouts over five innings of shutout baseball.
Allard walked one and gave up two hits in the ballgame. The only thing that didn't go his way, was that the Rangers didn't provide him any run support while he was in the game, denying him a victory. The former Braves' prospect has been handed an opportunity with the injury to Corey Kluber, and so far he has run with it. Through two starts he owns a terrific 1.00 ERA, 0.78 WHIP and 9/3 K/BB ratio over nine innings. He could eventually garner mixed league consideration -- at least as a streaming option -- though his next assignment comes against the Rockies at Coors Field on Friday.
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David Fletcher went 1-for-3 with a double and drew a walk as the Angels were shut out by the Rangers on Saturday night.
As a team, the Angels tallied just four hits in the ballgame -- with Fletcher's double the only one to go for extra bases. He's off to a tremendous start at the plate, slashing .328/.414/.517 with a pair of homers, nine runs scored, eight RBI and two stolen bases. Unfortunately for Angels' fans, Fletcher, Mike Trout and Max Stassi can't carry the offense on their own.
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