Welcome into today’s 8-game MLB slate where the pitching is weak and Coors might hit the peak.

I am not going to rhyme anymore, but this intro is going to be short and done in six, five, four…

OK, seriously, the rhyming is over, check out the tables below and today’s value recommendations. Good luck!

Pitcher xFIP vs. LH

1. Dylan Cease – 5.56
2. Ariel Jurado – 5.53
3. Anthony deSclafani – 5.47
4. Zach Plesac – 5.12
5. Jose Suarez – 4.98

Pitcher xFIP vs. RH

1. John Means – 5.80
2. Jose Suarez – 5.71
3. Erick Fedde – 5.69
4. Mitch Keller – 5.35
5. Zach Plesac – 5.15

Hitter wOBA vs. LH

1. DJ LeMahieu – Yankees – .444
2. Tommy Pham – Rays – .397
3. Carlos Santana – Indians – .377
4. Giovanny Urshela – Yankees – .369
5. Travis d’Arnaud – Rays – .365

Hitter wOBA vs. RH

1. Mike Trout – Angels – .455
2. Juan Soto – Nationals – .411
3. Bryan Reynolds – Pirates – .404
4. Anthony Rendon – Nationals – .404
5. Josh Bell – Pirates – .399

PITCHERS

Zack Greinke – at Chicago White Sox – $10,800

Analysis: I have been a pay down for pitchers guy all season, but with this 8-game slate, I don’t want to even have to think about who my guy is on FD tonight. Greinke is clearly the No. 1 option and it’s really not even close for me. He draws the White Sox who have one hitter with a wOBA above .325 against right-handed pitching while 10 out of their 12 active roster bats strike out at least 23% of the time against righties, or worse. Of those 12, five have ISOs below .100. They have three guys with ISOs above .152. Needless to say, with this offense at his back and his personal matchup, Greinke has all of the upside in the world tonight with his .252 wOBA vs. lefties and .271 wOBA vs. righties. Even with Coors on this slate, I am going to roster Greinke on FanDuel.

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