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FanDuel MLB DFS Picks – August 30th

The casting facet of the FanDuel MLB DFS Picks of last night did not pan out, however our bats showed up to playwith.
Right-hander Jacob deGrom had just 1 problem on the night, and his first name was Victor Caratini. Caratini hit a solo homer from deGrom in the second inning, but his taken off of deGrom in the seventh was devastating. DeGrom finished the inning, however, allowed four earned runs across seven innings of work. It had been the first moment he allowed more than three earned runs in a start as May 17th, naturally, as stated in yesterday’s piece.
We did not get much out of our Mets bats since they once again failed to encourage their ace, but their lone run at the night came in a solo home run from J.D. Davis from the first inning. The only production we obtained was a stroll from each one of Amed Rosario and Pete Alonso.
Our Marlins pile did a nice work. The two Harold Ramirez along with Starlin Castro homered within this one and equally singled too. Their 2 for 5 with a run and an RBI were identical stat lines gave us a ton of value. Garrett Cooper gave us just 1 walk.
Ultimately, we received a little more value from our Rangers mini-stack as Willie Calhoun homered off of Felix Hernandez in the first inning while Nick Solak gave us outstanding value with two singled, a run scored and a stolen base to boot. I’ll definitely take that creation from that duo.
It was a nighttime and we will look to keep it moving on tonight’s big slate.
P — Dinelson Lamet (SD) — $8,200 vs. SF
So far as GPP intentions go, I wished to choose a pitcher that’s both cost-efficient with significant strikeout upsidedown, and I think I have that in the Padres’ Dinelson Lamet who must go low possessed tonight awarded the huge slate and the fact that the Padres are +120 underdogs tonight against Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants. Run support may be a problem against Bumgarner, nevertheless the Padres are 11th in terms of wOBA versus pitchers this season, so maybe an upset is in the cards . Entering his beginning tonight, Lamet has submitted a 4.30 ERA on the season, however his 3.80 FIP and 3.84 xFIP show he’s been very good this season after missing all of 2018 thanks to Tommy John surgery. Naturally, Lamet brings with him a ton of strikeout upside because he sports a tantalizing 11.74 K/9 along with his nine starts this year and a 3.91 BB/9 which signifies a slight improvement in command from his 2017 year old. Lamet has moved five or more innings in seven of the nine starts this season and threw seven scoreless with 12 strikeouts from the Mariners. That’s the sort of ceiling as he chooses to a Giants team that is one of the worst in baseball pitching, we catch with Lamet.
C/1B — Matt Adams (WAS) — $2,800 vs. MIA
The Nationals once more represent a nice option concerning crime tonight as they accept right-hander Elieser Hernandez and the Miami Marlins. Hernandez owns a 4.97 ERA on the season, however in addition a 6.02 FIP and also 5.21 xFIP and a substantial 2.42 HR/9 allowed on this season. Moreover, Hernandez was rocked on the path to the song of a 6.38 ERA, 7.92 FIP, 5.87 xFIP plus a enormous 3.38 HR/9 clip. Ultimately, Hernandez was simply brutalized by left-handed hitters on the street this season as he possesses a 11.70 FIP, 7.13 xFIP and an eye-popping 5.59 HR/9 from lefties away from home, therefore that I believe we have some critical potential with some Nationals left-handed bats in addition to a staple in any Nationals heap. After all, Adams is hitting right-handed pitching for lots of energy again this season as he owns a big-time .271 ISO against them to go along with a .813 OPS and .335 wOBA. Furthemore, Adams has destroyed right-handed pitching in home for some enormous .318 ISO to go along with an .856 OPS, .352 wOBA and 114 wRC+. There’s tons of reason to believe Adams can deliver tonight to a huge amount of value at this price.
2B — Nick Solak (TEX) — $3,000 vs. SEA
When it’s not broken, do not fix it. As his torrid start to his league career persists that’s certainly true with Solak after he delivered a pair of hits, a run and a stolen base at last night’s game. Solak is currently hitting .375 with a 1.018 OPS across the first ten matches of his MLB career. Unsustainable? Sure. However, there is reason to believe that Solak’s hot start can continue tonight as he takes on left-hander Marco Gonzalez that evening. The Rangers are estimated to evaluate a healthier 5.4 runs against Gonzales along with a poor Mariners bullpen, also Solak enters this one wearing a .417 moderate versus lefties by virtue of a 5 for 12 against them using a pair of doubles in the early going. His first MLB stolen base was away of a lefty night. Solak hit lefties for an .805 OPS at Triple-A this season, but also a Massive .933 OPS in Double-A at 2018. He also posted a .305 ISO at Triple-A for the Rangers this year after a trade in the Rays and he’s hit 27 home runs united between the two teams’ Triple-A affiliates this season with five steals as well. With a 166 wRC+ at the early going I don’t mind riding Solak in a premium position within this lineup .
3B — Anthony Rendon (WAS) — $4,400 vs. MIA
I mentioned Elieser Hernandez’s brutal amounts versus lefties on the road this year, also while Rendon strikes from the right side, it’s a really dangerous noun to leave him out of any Nationals pile and I’m not about to do that tonight. In the end, Rendon is putting up MVP-type numbers in the plate this season against the two right-wing and left pitchers. Against righties, Rendon has struck .326 using a .281 ISO, 1.005 OPS, .412 wOBA plus a enormous 153 wRC+. The energy numbers are home are big as he owns an increased .312 ISO in Nationals Park this season against right-handed pitching to go together with a .993 OPS, .405 wOBA along with 149 wRC+. The month of August was kind to Rendon as he matches a .268 ISO, 1.063 OPS, .431 wOBA and a big-time 165 wRC+, the latter of which symbolizes the second-highest markers of his year. Rendon’s game logs are littered with multi-hit efforts, for example in his final match on Wednesday in which he went 2 for 4 with a double and a set of runs scored. The icing on the cake using Rendon is that he has gone 4 for 7 with two home runs in his history against Hernandez. There is simply no way.
SS — Elvis Andrus (TEX) — $3,200 vs. SEA
Completing my Rangers mini-stack is Andrus who should have the ability to group up with Solak for some generation against a weak Mariners pitching staff tonight. Andrus hasn’t managed to replicate the spike in electricity that saw him hit 20 home runs in 2017, but the 10 he’s struck so far this season marks the second-most in every respect for the veteran shortstop while his 27 beats will be the most he is enrolled since swiping 27 from the 2014 campaign. The good thing is that Andrus has been unafraid to operate against lefties as he’s stolen nine of these 27 bags from southpaws, and he’s just been caught once by a lefty, good to get a 90% stolen base success rate off of southpaws. While his 80 wRC+ on the year leaves a lot to be desired, I am encouraged with the fat which his home versus lefties divides is by far his very best split of them all. Andrus has struck .371 with a .194 ISO, .958 OPS, .397 wOBA and also a big-time 143 wRC+. The next closest wRC+ into this figure is the 100 mark that he owns on the road versus righties. In other words, Andrus has been in his very best this season when facing lefties in your home, something he’ll do tonight against Gonzales, a pitcher who he has gone for 16 (.312) with two rebounds in his profession.
OF — Adam Eaton (WAS) — $3,600 vs. MIA
Keep an eye on the confirmed lineup for the Nationals tonight since Eaton is currently listed as day-to-day afterwards leaving Wednesday’s game after being hit in the knee by a pitch. But, Eaton actually ran the bases before he was removed from the match, and the Nationals had an off day yesterday, so there’s a good chance Eaton will be back in the lineup tonight, which could be good news for this stack considering Hernandez’s job versus lefties on the road this year. Eaton gives us a real nice power/speed potential as he’s hit 12 home runs on the season and swiped 13 bases also. He possesses a .148 ISO, .812 OPS, .350 wOBA and 113 wRC+ against successive pitchers this year, but these numbers improve to some .175 ISO, .867 OPS, .372 wOBA along with 127 wRC+ in the home versus right-handed pitching which represents his very best split of all of them. The month of August had undoubtedly been his best month of the year. Eaton has posted a big-time .293 ISO, 1.061 OPS, .439 wOBA along with an eye-popping 171 wRC+ to the month to this stage. His game logs for the month have been riddled with runs and multi-hit attempts. That is what I will search for tonight out of the veteran, but I’d also be open to seeing him make great one the aforementioned power/speed upside down too.
OF — Juan Soto (WAS) — $4,000 vs. MIA
Completing the four-man Nationals stac is Soto who can well wind up as the very productive bat within this pile. There’s a whole lot of speed and power to be had with Soto as he has launched 29 home runs this season and stolen 12 foundations also. The remarkable 20-year-old is making it look easy, which we know isn’t easy to do in this era at this degree. He is hitting both left and right-handed pitchers for plenty of power, but he’s at his best versus righties and owns a .294 ISO, .993 OPS, .412 wOBA and 153 wRC+ over the season versus right-handed pitching. His stat line of some .280 ISO, .985 OPS, .407 wOBA along with 150 wRC+ in home versus righties is mostly in accordance with his general numbers against them. Obviously, his stolen base potential is superior versus righties and he has swiped two of his 12 bases versus right-handed pitching this year. Much like Eaton, Soto has been having himself one hell of a month as he has submitted an unworldly .374 ISO, 1.078 OPS, .437 wOBA and 169 wRC+ to the month for this stage. Soto went 2 for 4 with a triple, two runs scored and 2 RBI in his final match on Wednesday versus the Orioles. Like Rendon, Soto is a portion of any Nationals pile tonight.
OF — Hunter Renfroe (SD) — $2,600 vs. SF
I will be finishing my lineup in San Francisco, as he takes on Madison Bumgarner, starting with Renfroe tonight with a couple of one-off players. Bumgarner has been great in the second half and good at home this season, however Renfroe’s numbers against lefties can’t be ignored while he is owned Bumgarner in their background. Renfroe has teed off this season to the tune of a .388 ISO, .970 OPS, .382 wOBA and 138 wRC+ on this season. For what it’s worth, his strikeout rate additionally plummets from 33.7% versus righties to just 20.4percent versus lefties. The extreme pitcher-friendly boundaries of Oracle Park in San Francisco do not look great for Renfroe, but the simple fact is that Renfroe owns a .410 ISO and 1.033 OPS versus lefties at Petco Park in San Diego, arguably the second-most pitcher-friendly venue in baseball. He owns a .373 ISO, .929 OPS, .364 wOBA and 126 wRC+ from lefties around the road this year. On top of his numbers against lefties, his numbers against Bumgarner are the icing on the cake. Renfroe has smacked around his division rival to the tune of a .333 average (6 for 18) with three home runs and two rebounds against him. That is very great for a .611 ISO, 1.260 OPS and .495 wOBA contrary to him. Renfroe should see possession that is low on a slate that is significant along with his surface matchup against Bumgarner will frighten off many, therefore a home run from the big slugger would do wonders for this lineup .
UTIL — Renato Nunez (BAL) — $3,200 vs. KC
Another one-off that could proceed overlooked tonight is Nunez whose Baltimore Orioles carry on the Kansas City Royals tonight and left-hander Eric Skoglund. Nunez may be having the quietest high superior season of any player in the big leagues onto a poor Orioles group as he has introduced 28 home runs this season and submitted a .231 ISO. He has been able to hit for power against both pitching his work is against lefties. Nunez has now posted a .259 ISO, .868 OPS, .357 wOBA plus a 123 wRC+ to the season against left handed pitching. He’s submitted a .264 ISO, .859 OPS, .350 wOBA along with 118 wRC+ from lefties around the road this season. It’s a small bit of a bummer to see Nunez enduring the worst statistical month of his year in August, but he has appreciated multi-hit efforts in a few of his last 3 games with a double, two runs, three RBI and his sole stolen base of the year at the time as well, so he’s picking up the creation again. Furthermore, Skoglund was rocked to get a 6.14 ERA, 5.97 FIP, 6.46 xFIP along with a 1.71 HR/9 rate at Triple-A this season in 11 starts, therefore there a ton to enjoy about Nunez from the left-hander tonight.

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