We have a nice 10-game slate tonight of MLB DFS. Vegas doesn’t have any high implied run totals for the games, so identifying advantageous match-ups tonight should result in strong builds for DFS. Best of luck!

Top Tier

Eloy Jiménez, White Sox - OF ($4,700 on DraftKings, $4,200 on FanDuel, $22 on Yahoo)

Eloy continues to crush the baseball. He has multi-hit games in five of his last six games, and in that same stretch, he has five home runs. He is firmly planted in the middle of the White Sox lineup, and we won’t continue to see his price below 5K for long, especially when facing a Yankees starter in Jameson Taillon who has an ERA near 4, and a FIP and xFIP that say that his ERA should be closer to 4.5.

Bo Bichette, Toronto - SS ($5,500 on DraftKings, $3,700 on FanDuel, $18 on Yahoo)

On the surface you look at Bichette and say, yeah yeah, we know he can hit. But one of the things that get missed is just how well he has hit off of left-handed pitching this year. His batting average is nearly 40 points higher against lefties, and his SLG is about 25 points higher. Oh, and in case it wasn't obvious he will be facing a lefty tonight in Yusei Kikuchi who has a 4.5 ERA at home, and a home run to fly-ball rate over 21 percent at home as well.

Mid Tier

Aaron Judge, Yankees - OF ($4,800 on DraftKings, $4,100 on FanDuel, $20 on Yahoo)

Judge has gotten hot over the last few days. He has seven hits in his last four games, with a double, and a two home-run game last night. People may shy away from using him going up against the White Sox tonight, with Guaranteed Rate Field being only average for home runs, but Judge’s power will play in any ballpark, and While Dylan Cease has pitched well recently, he has had some blow-ups this year where he loses his control and ends up giving up a lot of runs. 

Josh Rojas, Arizona - 2B/OF ($4,900 on DraftKings, $2,600 on FanDuel, $19 on Yahoo)

Rojas is the classic player that gets overlooked when you look at his totals for the year. His totals won’t jump out at you, but his per-game stats are fantastic, especially on a Diamondbacks team that has some challenges on offence. In Rojas’ last two games, he has six hits and two doubles. He has hit well since coming off the injury list, and with how he is priced today going against the Padres, he likely won’t see high ownership, but his upside remains high.

Brandon Lowe, Tampa Bay - 2B ($4,600 on DraftKings, 2B/OF ($3,700 on FanDuel, $23 on Yahoo)

The Rays are among the teams with a higher implied run scored total today and Lowe is a big part of that. He has leadoff in each of the last three games for the Rays, and Lowe has hits in six straight games, and in four of those games, he has multiple hits. In that same stretch, he has two doubles and three home runs as well. He will face Kenta Maeda of the Twins today who has given up at least three runs in four of his last five starts, and he owns an ERA on the year over 4.5

Bargain Bats

LaMonte Wade Jr, San Francisco - OF ($3,000 on DraftKings, $3,300 on FanDuel, $15 on Yahoo)

Wade has hit a home run in each of his last two starts, and he has at least a hit in each of his last seven starts. At this price his lead-off spot for the Giants alone is almost worth his cost, and factor in that he will be facing a Rockies pitching staff that owns a collective ERA of 6.12 over the last week, which gives Wade a great chance to be successful.

Aledmys Díaz, Houston - OF ($3,100 on DraftKings, $2,700 on FanDuel, $18 on Yahoo)

While I could wax poetically about how the Astros have one of the higher implied run totals or about how the Angels starter today has a high ERA and WHIP but Diaz’s merits stand on their own. He has hits in five straight games. He has multi-hit games in four of those games, and he has hit either a double or a home run in each of those games as well. Oh, and he is cheap.

Lourdes Gurriel Jr, Toronto - 1B/OF ($3,400 on DraftKings), OF ($3,100 on FanDuel, $15 on Yahoo)

Gurriel has hits in four straight games, with a double and two home runs in that span. We have seen him slowly move up in the Blue Jays batting order, and at his price, he isn’t going to need to have a huge game for you to return value using him in your lineup.