Baltimore Orioles

We have a full slate of game tonight, so ownership should be spread out, meaning plenty of opportunity for some GPP plays with upside. The Orioles are up against Lance Lynn , who is giving up a .384 wOBA to lefties, a .321 wOBA to righties, 1.14 HR/9 to lefties and 0.74 HR/9 to righties. Those are some really average numbers, which should present the upside tonight, considering Lynn has given up three or more earned runs in three of his last four starts. The great part about Baltimore is that they aren’t expensive outside of Manny Machado . So you can stack them up and still have some money to pay for some top pitchers. Look for the power upside with these hitters, Machado .243 ISO. Adam Jones .195 ISO. Mark Trumbo .195 ISO. Jonathan Schoop .183 ISO. Trey Mancini .182 ISO.

Detroit Tigers

The Tigers come in with an implied run total sitting at 4.81, making them one of the higher teams on the slate, so we want to target them for some offense. They are up against Bartolo Colón , who has some really rough numbers this season vs both lefties and righties. He is giving up a .331 wOBA to lefties, .341 wOBA to righties, 1.13 HR/9 to lefties and 2.56 HR/9 to righties. The fan favorite Big Sexy is well past his prime and has given up three or more earned runs in six of his last eight starts. With numbers as bad as those, you can stack really anyone you want from the Tigers and really just comes down to salary. On FanDuel, there is no player over $4K, while on DraftKings there are only two players over $4K. Niko Goodrum .213 ISO. Nicholas Castellanos .206 ISO. Jeimer Candelario .180 ISO. Mikie Mahtook .146 ISO.

Boston Red Sox

Despite this being a negative park shift for the Red Sox, they still come in with an implied run total sitting at 5.33, which is second highest on the slate. As we all know they one of the best offensive teams in the league and generally it comes down to how much money you have to stack them. They are up against Jason Hammel who is giving up a 47% hard contact rate to lefties and a 44% hard contact rate to righties. He is really getting hit hard, which should play right into the strength of the power bats for the Red Sox. JD Martinez .369 ISO. Mookie Betts .230 ISO. Mitch Moreland .223 ISO. Rafael Devers .214 ISO. Steve Pearce .192 ISO. Andrew Benintendi .187 ISO.