Happy Saturday everyone! We have another fun day of baseball ahead of us with a ten-game main slate on DraftKings and nine games on FanDuel. The top priced pitchers on this slate are Tyler Glasnow and Pablo Lopez while the top priced bats include Mookie Betts, Julio Rodriguez, and red hot Trea Turner. With the end of the season coming, it's best to jump on the remaining MLB DFS slates while they're still available to us. We'll have you covered through the postseason to make sure you stay cashing! Be sure to check out all of our tools including the MLB Lineups page, MLB DFS Projections – powered by FanJections –  MLB DFS Ownership, and all of our tools HERE! Let’s dive into our favorite daily fantasy baseball value plays of the day.


MLB DFS Value Pitchers

Sawyer Gipson-Long, Detroit Tigers (DraftKings - $7,500, FanDuel - $7,400)

Following a decent start against the White Sox, Gipson-Long will make his second start here against the Angels. He did have some struggles in Triple-A this summer with a 5.45 ERA across 34.2 innings, but his first major league start was promising. He went five innings with two earned, five strikeouts, and no walks. We've been targeting this Angels lineup a lot lately as they are bottom ten in most offensive categories over the last 30 days against right-handed arms and are without their biggest bats in Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout.

MLB DFS Value Hitters

Luke Raley, Tampa Bay Rays (DraftKings - $3,600, FanDuel - $3,000)

Raley is my favorite value play on this slate. He's got a .359 wOBA and .252 ISO on the year against right-handed pitching and is facing Grayson Rodriguez who struggles against lefties. On the year he's allowing a .526 SLG and a 2.06 HR/9 to lefties and could be in some trouble as Tampa has some lefties than can hit for power. Raley already has one home run in this series and it would not shock me if he goes yard here again.

Tommy Pham, Arizona Diamondbacks (DraftKings - $3,800, FanDuel - $3,200)

Pham has been super productive of late as he rides a six-game hit streak. Over his last ten games he's got three home runs, nine RBI, and has stolen three bases. He finds himself in a good matchup against Kyle Hendricks who allows a .411 SLG to righties on the year while only striking them out at a 14% clip.

Mark Vientos, New York Mets (DraftKings - $2,400, FanDuel - $2,300)

Vientos hasn't been amazing but he's got hits in three straight games and two home runs in his last ten games. He's matched against southpaw Andrew Abbott who was pretty dominant earlier in the season but has seen some regression of late. He's given up at least one home run in five of his last six starts, mostly to right-handed bats where he's allowing a .319 wOBA and .428 SLG. His low price tag really opens things up for roster building and he won't need to be phenomenal to pay off.