Tuesday’s DFS MLB slate features all 30 teams in action with the main slate having a roster lock of 7:05 PM ET. 

Weather should remain a non-factor tonight, though there are some showers scheduled a few hours into the Blue Jays/Yankees game.

Like most nights on Coors, I will keep my Coors players at a minimum. Nine times out of 10, starters in Coors are going to be a solid play as long as the salaries do not suffocate your pitching options.

CATCHER                                            
Player Team Bats Opp Opp Pitch AB H HR R RBI BB SB AVG OPS ISO BABIP wOBA LD% Hard% Z-Cont% FD DK Aces
Buster Posey SF R COL Tyler Anderson 442 127 12 72 62 55 6 .287 .805 .152 .302 .344 21.1% 35.6% 91.6% $4,000 $4,700 $4,900
Russell Martin TOR R NYY Luis Cessa 378 93 17 53 64 48 1 .246 .762 .175 .314 .332 18.5% 35.4% 80.2% $3,400 $4,300 $4,550
Jonathan Lucroy TEX R SEA James Paxton 424 126 21 62 69 42 5 .297 .867 .210 .327 .367 24.0% 35.2% 88.7% $3,200 $3,300 $4,600
Sandy Leon BOS S SD Paul Clemens 190 67 7 31 29 18 0 .353 .973 .211 .438 .412 25.7% 36.7% 91.0% $2,800 $3,500 $4,400

Buster Posey, like most hitters, loves to hit at Coors Field, and he gets a good matchup against Tyler Anderson, who he hit a 2-run homer off of earlier this season. 

Russell Martin has batted .280/.391/.568 with 10 of his 17 home runs since the All-Star Break. 

Jonathan Lucroy is coming off of an outstanding week of baseball. He has gone 10-for-23 (.435 AVG) in that span with a homer and five RBIs. 

Sandy Leon is getting less and less playing time thanks to the expanded rosters, but he has still been productive when starting. He has hits in each of his last six starts, going 9-for-22 (.409 AVG) with a double and three walks. 

FIRST BASE                                            
Player Team Bats Opp Opp Pitch AB H HR R RBI BB SB AVG OPS ISO BABIP wOBA LD% Hard% Z-Cont% FD DK Aces
Anthony Rizzo CHC L MIL Wily Peralta 500 146 26 82 93 66 3 .292 .929 .248 .310 .391 18.4% 34.4% 91.1% $4,200 $5,400 $5,450
Jose Abreu CHW R DET Matt Boyd 533 156 22 55 86 35 0 .293 .821 .182 .326 .347 19.9% 32.1% 88.3% $3,300 $4,500 $4,750
Adrian Gonzalez LAD L ARI Shelby Miller 492 144 17 62 78 48 0 .293 .808 .159 .336 .343 26.2% 31.9% 87.3% $3,200 $4,200 $5,150
Dae-Ho Lee SEA R TEX Martin Perez 260 68 13 30 47 17 0 .262 .758 .177 .306 .325 22.3% 26.4% 87.9% $2,400 $3,000 $3,900

Anthony Rizzo loves to face Wily Peralta, as outlined by his 14-for-28 (.500 AVG) line with five homers, three doubles, and 11 RBIs. 

Jose Abreu has homered off of Matt Boyd in the past and has been raking to the tune of .365/.406/.714 with seven homers over his last 15 games. 

Adrian Gonzalez is working on a 6-game hitting streak and gets a great matchup against Shelby Miller, who he has gone 4-for-7 (.571 AVG) with a home run against in their previous meetings.

Dae-Ho Lee has been outstanding over his last five starts, going 11-for-23 (.478 AVG) at the plate with a double and six RBIs. 

SECOND BASE                                            
Player Team Bats Opp Opp Pitch AB H HR R RBI BB SB AVG OPS ISO BABIP wOBA LD% Hard% Z-Cont% FD DK Aces
Brian Dozier MIN R KC Dillon Gee 524 146 38 92 91 53 13 .279 .926 .298 .281 .385 16.5% 34.6% 87.0% $4,300 $5,300 $5,000
Daniel Murphy WSH L ATL Williams Perez 486 165 25 82 98 32 4 .340 .976 .253 .337 .405 20.7% 37.7% 95.1% $3,800 $5,300 $5,000
Jean Segura ARI R LAD Ross Stripling 535 171 12 83 51 31 30 .320 .843 .155 .362 .362 19.9% 28.4% 92.8% $3,400 $5,300 $5,000
Wilmer Flores NYM R CIN Brandon Finnegan 294 79 15 37 47 23 1 .269 .789 .197 .271 .337 22.3% 25.9% 88.1% $3,000 $4,400 $4,150

Brian Dozier has been absolutely REDONKULOUS since the All-Star Break, and has taken it to an entirely different level. Yesterday, he pulled off a TRIPLE DONG outing. Tonight, he faces Dillon Gee who he has homered against three times in just 14 at-bats. 

Daniel Murphy has three extra base hits over six career at-bats against Williams Perez of the Braves.

Jean Segura knows how to hit a good breaking ball, and Ross Stripling knows how to throw a good breaking ball. I’m going to give the edge to Segura who has been locked in at the plate, and batting .375/.420/.563 over his last 15 games. 

Wilmer Flores’s numbers against lefties has been sensational this season. He is batting .340/.386/.691 with 10 homers and 26 RBIs this season against southpaws. Translate that over the entire season, he’s a 50 home run hitter (yeah, I know, that’s pushing it). 

THIRD BASE                                            
Player Team Bats Opp Opp Pitch AB H HR R RBI BB SB AVG OPS ISO BABIP wOBA LD% Hard% Z-Cont% FD DK Aces
Adrian Beltre TEX R SEA James Paxton 500 146 26 78 91 43 0 .292 .852 .208 .286 .360 17.3% 34.6% 88.8% $3,400 $5,000 $4,900
Kyle Seager SEA L TEX Martin Perez 500 145 25 78 86 59 3 .290 .886 .226 .305 .373 22.4% 37.8% 89.1% $3,400 $4,300 $5,200
Jedd Gyorko STL R PIT Ryan Vogelsong 324 79 26 49 51 30 0 .244 .816 .265 .239 .344 19.8% 35.9% 87.2% $3,300 $4,900 $4,500
Jake Lamb ARI L LAD Ross Stripling 446 116 27 70 84 50 5 .260 .870 .274 .303 .363 18.7% 41.1% 83.7% $2,900 $5,000 $4,850

Adrian Beltre is 5-for-10 (.500 AVG) with a homer, three walks, and three RBIs through his previous meetings against the hard-throwing southpaw, James Paxton

Kyle Seager will be a compelling GPP play tonight in a lefty versus lefty situation against Martin Perez. Seeger is 10-for-27 (.370 AVG) with three homers, lifetime, against Perez, and should have very low ownership in those GPPs. 

Jedd Gyorko is 5-for-15 (.333 AVG), lifetime, against Ryan Vogelsong, and four of his five hits have gone for extra bases. 

Jake Lamb has a great matchup against Ross Stripling, and he is under $3000 on FanDuel tonight. I’d stay away from him on DK though. 

SHORTSTOP                                            
Player Team Bats Opp Opp Pitch AB H HR R RBI BB SB AVG OPS ISO BABIP wOBA LD% Hard% Z-Cont% FD DK Aces
Corey Seager LAD L ARI Shelby Miller 529 167 24 91 65 49 1 .316 .912 .219 .358 .385 24.1% 39.9% 88.5% $3,700 $5,300 $5,350
Andrelton Simmons LAA R OAK Ross Detwiler 372 104 1 38 32 21 5 .280 .662 .065 .302 .291 19.8% 24.2% 93.4% $2,700 $3,500 $3,950
Jose Peraza CIN R NYM Rafael Montero 141 48 2 15 14 4 14 .340 .783 .071 .380 .343 30.6% 22.0% 93.3% $2,700 $4,400 $3,400
Chris Owings ARI R LAD Ross Stripling 331 96 2 37 35 19 16 .290 .758 .130 .355 .324 22.4% 30.9% 89.4% $2,400 $3,800 $4,350

Corey Seager gets a nice matchup against Shelby Miller of the D-Backs and is coming off of a great night where he went 3-for-5 (.600 AVG) with a homer, double, and three RBIs. 

Andrelton Simmons faced Ross Detwiler many times through their days in the National League, and Simmons absolutely owned the matchup, going 4-for-11 (.364 AVG) with two homers, a double, and six RBIs. 

Jose Peraza has to be considered tonight if he’s in the lineup. The Mets, namely Travis d’Arnaud, has been horrible at throwing out runners, and the Reds, including Peraza, are very aggressive on the bases. 

Chris Owings is coming off of a heckuva week, batting .519/.552/.704 with a triple, three doubles, four RBIs, and two stolen bases. His value on FanDuel tonight is ridiculous for a decent matchup against Ross Stripling

OUTFIELD                                            
Player Team Bats Opp Opp Pitch AB H HR R RBI BB SB AVG OPS ISO BABIP wOBA LD% Hard% Z-Cont% FD DK Aces
Mike Trout LAA R OAK Ross Detwiler 471 153 27 108 88 95 23 .325 1.020 .253 .378 .428 22.5% 42.5% 86.4% $4,500 $5,600 $5,400
Nelson Cruz SEA R TEX Martin Perez 496 140 35 80 83 53 0 .282 .897 .256 .318 .376 16.7% 34.3% 83.5% $3,900 $4,700 $5,350
Ryan Braun MIL R CHC Jason Hammel 436 134 25 68 75 40 14 .307 .907 .232 .331 .380 18.4% 33.3% 90.0% $3,800 $4,300 $5,100
Bryce Harper WSH L ATL Williams Perez 434 109 23 75 76 95 19 .251 .848 .214 .261 .356 15.8% 33.5% 88.5% $3,700 $5,400 $5,200
J.D. Martinez DET R CHW Miguel Gonzalez 372 118 20 61 56 38 1 .317 .955 .255 .380 .401 21.6% 40.3% 84.4% $3,600 $4,600 $4,800
Adam Jones BAL R TB Jake Odorizzi 516 144 25 78 76 30 2 .279 .778 .180 .295 .331 17.2% 32.6% 84.9% $3,600 $3,800 $4,650
Mark Trumbo BAL R TB Jake Odorizzi 522 134 41 82 98 46 2 .257 .859 .282 .278 .361 16.8% 38.0% 81.2% $3,500 $3,900 $5,400
Gerardo Parra COL L SF Jeff Samardzija 330 85 6 42 35 8 6 .258 .683 .148 .304 .289 19.2% 31.1% 89.9% $3,300 $3,500 $4,650
Jackie Bradley Jr.  BOS L SD Paul Clemens 481 131 22 79 77 50 7 .272 .845 .222 .320 .358 18.2% 36.9% 84.0% $3,200 $4,800 $4,750
Paulo Orlando KC R MIN Ervin Santana 374 114 4 39 32 11 11 .305 .735 .099 .378 .316 21.0% 26.9% 88.0% $3,100 $3,200 $3,900
Miguel Sano MIN R KC Dillon Gee 385 92 22 50 58 49 1 .239 .785 .221 .332 .336 21.0% 39.9% 78.6% $3,000 $3,900 $4,500
Justin Upton DET R CHW Miguel Gonzalez 490 117 21 65 67 37 9 .239 .721 .186 .303 .307 19.5% 37.9% 78.4% $2,900 $4,200 $4,600
Avisail Garcia CHW R DET Matt Boyd 344 84 10 49 43 28 3 .244 .691 .140 .308 .301 22.4% 35.2% 83.2% $2,900 $3,800 $4,150
Joc Pederson LAD L ARI Shelby Miller 353 85 20 54 56 49 5 .241 .815 .238 .286 .347 20.7% 37.5% 84.6% $2,800 $3,700 $4,350
Coco Crisp CLE S HOU Brad Peacock 402 95 11 49 47 38 8 .236 .701 .164 .258 .301 23.1% 24.2% 89.8% $2,800 $3,700 $4,350
Travis Jankowski SD L BOS Clay Buchholz 276 70 2 47 10 38 30 .254 .674 .072 .358 .305 27.7% 24.2% 88.4% $2,600 $3,600 $3,850
Jeff Francoeur  MIA R PHI Adam Morgan 285 74 7 32 34 18 2 .260 .690 .130 .338 .295 18.5% 30.1% 76.6% $2,600 $4,100 $3,800

Mike Trout just rarely disappoints nowadays. Over his last 15 games, he has batted .453/.567/.792 with four homers, 11 RBIs, and three stolen bases. 

Nelson Cruz has two hits in four at-bats against Martin Perez this season (.500 AVG), and both of those hits cleared the fence for home runs. 

Ryan Braun is batting .333/.455/.704 with three home runs throughout his career against Jason Hammel of the Cubs. 

Bryce Harper got the night off on Labor Day, but he should be back in the lineup tonight. Once again, he is batting .316/.375/.561 with two homers, 12 RBIs, and four stolen bases over his last 15 games. Don’t be afraid to stack him with Trea Turner and Daniel Murphy, either.

J.D. Martinez knows how to crush a fastball, but he has been a plus player against breaking pitches this season as well. PITCHf/x suggests that his matchup against Miguel Gonzalez is a good one for the Tigers right fielder. 

Adam Jones has a great history against Jake Odorizzi, having gone 11-for-28 (.393 AVG) with two homers against Odorizzi in their previous meetings. 

Mark Trumbo is on his way to the home run crown this season. The thing that has really helped him get to this point is the consistency of his power. He’s a pretty good value considering the upside (I mean, under $4000 on DK) and a decent matchup. 

Gerardo Parra’s value throughout the industry has been fairly consistent throughout the season (he’s only $3500 tonight on DK). Injuries have definitely hurt his 2016 campaign, but he has done a solid job throughout the last few weeks. He matches up well against Jeff Samardzija, and has gone 8-for-21 (.381 AVG) with a homer against him throughout his career. 

Jackie Bradley Jr. will mainly be in play on FanDuel today, but he matches up well against Paul Clemens, and has gone 7-for-20 (.350 AVG) with a homer, double, four runs, and four RBIs over is last five games. 

Paulo Orlando has a mild 4-game hitting streak, going 6-for-17 (.353 AVG) at the plate with a double and four RBIs. He is perfect over two at-bats against Ervin Santana, whose repertoire definitely fits Orlando’s strengths. 

Miguel Sano is gaining a bit of momentum. He has hits in each of his last three games, and has gone 5-for-12 (.417 AVG) with two homers, a double, three walks, and four RBIs. 

Justin Upton has homered in three of his last four starts. If there’s anything we know about Upton in 2016, it’s the fact that he’s extremely streaky. 

Avisail Garcia matches up quite well against Matt Boyd of the Tigers. He has rebounded the last couple games, picking up after his best month of the season in August, where he batted .319/.360/.660 with four homers. 

Joc Pederson remains a great value throughout the industry. He’s a bat that you want to roster for his power potential, and that’s what he has been able to bring lately. Over his last four starts, he has gone 4-for-12 (.333 AVG) with a couple homers, three walks, and four RBIs. 

Coco Crisp has batted .312/.476/.750 with a homer, triple, and two doubles, lifetime, against Brad Peacock of the Indians. 

Travis Jankowski is getting a ton of playing time for the Padres to end the season. He doesn’t have much power upside, but is a relatively safe play thanks to a decent OBP and speed potential. He’s a pretty good value throughout the industry tonight. 

Jeff Franceour is getting more and more playing time thanks to the injury to Marcell Ozuna. He is 5-for-13 (.385 AVG) over his last three starts, but most importantly, he faces Adam Morgan, who is giving up a .400 wOBA and 2.58 HR/9 against right-handed hitters this season. 

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