We have a six-game MLB DFS main slate on Monday, June 10th. There are plenty of storylines here and some solid pitching options in Logan Gilbert and Dylan Cease taking the hill. Teams like the New York Yankees, San Diego Padres, and Kansas City Royals are on this slate meaning we'll see Aaron Judge, Bobby Witt, and Fernando Tatis playing. Lets dive into some of our favorite MLB DFS options on the mound and at the dish in today's MLB DFS playbook.




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Today's slate offers a little of everything – except bad weather. I don't think there are many teams I'd five stacks outside of the San Diego Padres and possibly Minnesota Twins depending on what you think of them being chalk. There are definitely solid pitching options at the top in Dylan Cease and Logan Gilbert that are both going to be popular.




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Dylan Cease, San Diego Padres

Cease hasn’t pitched all that well lately and numbers suggest he’s been pretty unlucky. Cease has a 3.51 ERA and his xERA is 3.29 and his xFIP is 3.27. He’s been great on the strikeout front once again super elite. His walks are down and his HRs are non-existent. He faces an Oakland offense that strikes out a LOT and is bottom-10 against right-handed pitching in almost all offensive categories.

Logan Gilbert, Seattle Mariners

On the surface, the spot doesn’t get better. The White Sox rank dead last in OPS, wOBA, and wRC+ while ranking 28th in ISO. They have, however, been hitting a LOT of home runs lately as they rank fourth in ISO over the last 14 days. They have been striking out a lot over that span, which are both things Luis Robert does. Logan Gilbert has not been striking opponents at, but if he gets back to his early season form there, he has a chance for a massive ceiling because he’s been pitching deep into games.

Erick Fedde, Chicago White Sox

Sometimes you look at a matchup and you say “Yeah, there’s a lot of strikeout appeal here.” That’s what we’re looking at with Fedde here. Fedde has been a strikeout-per-inning guy this year and has six or more Ks in three straight starts and four of five. Seattle is in the bottom 10 in all major categories against right-handed pitching while leading the league with a 27.9% K rate. It’s a great park upgrade for Fedde pitching in Seattle as well.

Chris Paddack, Minnesota Twins

Just looking at the outcomes of late you would think “same old Chris Paddack” but he’s faced a murderer’s row of offenses and has been unlucky to boot. He has a 5.26 ERA but an xERA a full run lower and an xFIP of 3.83. His BABIP on the year is .337 too. The Rockies are not on the list of tough matchups. They’re 19th in OPS against right-handed pitching and have the fourth-highest K rate at 26%. There’s a big ceiling for a guy barely over 7K.




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Aaron Judge, New York Yankees

There’s just nobody better in the game right now. Since May 1st, Judge .398/.522/.976 with a .577 ISO and .599 wOBA. He has 34 extra-base hits, 39 runs, and 41 RBI over that 36-game span. What else really needs to be said?

Fernando Tatis, San Diego Padres

The luck is starting to turn for Tatis Jr. as he’s hitting .460 over his last 10 games and has a 1.300 OPS. On the year, Tatis is batting .281 with an xBA of .307, .467 SLG with an xSLG of .557, and .362 wOBA and xwOBA of .401. Joey Estes has had some batted-ball luck on his side and is allowing a TON of flyballs. This is a great HR spot for Tatis.

Brice Turang & Joey Ortiz, Milwaukee Brewers

I really like both Turang and Ortiz here, one guy being much more expensive than the other. Turant has a .813 OPS against righties on the year. He’s been on fire lately hitting .389 with a .922 OPS. He’s an obvious threat on the basepaths. When it comes to Ortiz, he’s sub-4K and has been the team’s best player against righties. He has a .932 OPS and .402 wOBA vs. RHP on the year. Righties have hit Berrios hard this year batting .282 while lefties have given him trouble in the power department.

Jake Cronenworth & Jurickson Profar, San Diego Padres

I really love the Padres today and I don’t care who knows it! Cronenworth has a .850 OPS, .503 SLG%, .223 ISO, and .367 wOBA against right-handed pitching. Profar has a .891 OPS and .393 wOBA. This is a spot against a guy who gives up a TON of flyballs and is due for some regression. I love the Padres here.

Trevor Larnach & Carlos Santana, Minnesota Twins

This is a great spot for the Twins as they lead the slate in implied run total against Dakota Hudson and the Rockies. On the year, Trevor Larnach has been quite good against right-handed pitching posting a .781 with a .189 ISO. Santana’s been really good of late specifically, notching a .793 OPS and .203 ISO over their last 30 days. Lefties against Dakota Hudson have been nails.

Jeremy Pena & Mauricio Dubon, Houston Astros

There are a bunch of Astros you can get to against left-handed pitching. Pena and Dubon have been amongst their best as Pena has a .831 OPS and .192 ISO and Dubon has a .803 OPS and .348 wOBA. Dubon is CHEAP and Pena has been great against southpaws from the jump.

ADDED - Spencer Horwitz, Toronto Blue Jays. Cheap LHH batting 2nd vs. Colin Rea, who can't get LHH out.

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