Luis Robert, OF CWS ($3,400) - We’re not going to get Robert for any cheaper than this and it’s time to capitalize. Sure Nestor Cortes has been rock solid this year, but Robert has picked up right where he left off before his injury. He’s hit in three of four games, including a home run last night. He has three extra-base hits in four games and he hasn’t even showcased the speed yet, which is a big part of his game.

Bobby Dalbec, 1B BOS ($3,100) - Expect the Red Sox to be popular and for good reason, Keegan Akin isn’t very good. Not to mention the Red Sox scored 16 runs on Saturday and have put up eight or more in four of their last five games. Dalbec himself belted two homers on Saturday, has three homers over his last two games, 11 RBI over his last three and has a 1.400 OPS over his last 10. Oh, he has a .355 wOBA against left-handed pitching as well.


Mike Zunino, C TB ($3,000) - I’m not going to say I LOVE using a catcher on FanDuel, but when they crush lefties like Zunino crushes lefties, I’m OK with it. Zunino has homered in three straight games and has a hit in seven straight. I mentioned how much he crushes lefties, the numbers are actually freakishly insane. He’s hit 10 HR across 79 AB while hitting .329 with a .491 wOBA. .491! R

Frank Schwindel, OF CHC ($2,600) - Thanks to the Cubs cleaning house, Schwindel has gotten an opportunity to begin playing everyday and is making the most of his chance. Over just his last three games, hitting near the top of the Cubs order, Schwindel has hit two home runs, has six hits and six runs batted in. Over his last 10 games, he’s slashed .412/.444/.794 with seven extra-base hits -- three homers -- and 12 RBI. Great value here on Sunday afternoon.


Adam Duvall, OF ATL ($12) - When it comes to Duvall, we’re really looking for a home run and if he wants to give us two, hey, we’re not going to stop him. Espino gives up a long of hard-contact (36%) and a lot of flyballs (45%). Duvall is known for his power and has 17 HR against right-handed pitching this year. It’s a solid correlation as Duvall has begun swinging a hot power bat, belting three homers over his last six games.

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Austin Hays, OF BAL (Y! - $11 / DK - $2,400 / FD - $2,600) - The Orioles outfielder has thrived against left-handed pitching this year and slots in second in the order against them. He’s hitting .305 with an OPS just shy of .900 off of them. He sports an impressive .559 SLG% with a .254 ISO vs. LHP just to sweeten up the play a bit more.

Tommy Edman, 2B STL (Y! - $11 / DK - $3,200 / FD - $2,800) - Edman is leading off for the Cardinals again with Dylan Carlson out, but things have begun to turn around for Edman recently. He’s hit in three straight and four of five overall and has really been on the bases a lot. Just over his last five games he’s reached base eight times and has scored five runs because of it. Edman has fared well against lefties this year, notching a .353 wOBA. Kris Bubic has struggled against righties allowing a .346 wOBA against them.