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bathrobeDFS MLB Picks for April 6th!

Hello, everyone!! bathrobeDFS is here with your Daily MLB Analysis. First, I will go over any weather concerns. Then, we will take a look at the Vegas lines. Next, I will take a look at Pitchers. Then I will look at the Hitters. All of this will be discussed as someone who plays on DraftKings. With that being said, let’s get into it!

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Early Slate

Game Notes (SPs, Vegas Lines, Weather)

Nationals vs Mets - 110pm

Corbin, LHP - 0-0, 6 IP, 3.00 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 2 BB, 4 K

Matz, LHP - 0-0, 5.1 IP, 1.69 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, 0 BB, 3 K

O/U: 7, Pick Em

Weather: Clear, Warm. Temps in the low 60s. Light Winds.

Royals vs Tigers - 110pm

Jorge Lopez, RHP - 0-1, 5 IP, 7.20 ERA, 1.40 WHIP, 1 BB, 5 K

Matt Moore, LHP - 0-0, 7 IP, 0.00 ERA, 0.43 WHIP, 1 BB, 6 K

O/U: 8.5, Pick Em

Weather: Warm. Temps around 60. Light Winds.

Reds vs Pirates - 135pm

Tanner Roark, RHP - 0-0, 4.1 IP, 6.23 ERA, 2.08 WHIP, 3 BB, 6 K

Trevor Williams, RHP - 1-0, 6 IP, 0.00 ERA, 0.67 WHIP, 1 BB, 6 K

O/U: 7.5, PIT -120

Weather: Partly Cloudy and Warm. Temps around 60. Light winds.

Twins vs Phillies - 205pm

Michael Pineda, RHP - 0-0, 4 IP, 0.00 ERA, 0.50 WHIP, 1 BB, 5 K

Jake Arrieta, RHP - 1-0, 6 IP, 1.50 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 6 BB, 6 K

O/U: 8, PHI -146

Weather: Clear and Warm. Temps in the high 60s. Light winds.

Mariners vs White Sox - 210pm

Mike Leake, RHP - 1-0, 6 IP, 3.00 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 2 BB, 7 K

Lucas Giolito, RHP - 1-0, 6.2 IP, 2.70 ERA, 0.60 WHIP, 1 BB, 8 K

O/U: 8.5, Pick Em

Weather: Mostly Cloudy and Warm. Temps in the low 60s. Winds blowing in at 6mph.

Padres vs Cardinals - 215pm

Chris Paddack, RHP - 0-0, 5 IP, 1.80 ERA, 0.60 WHIP, 1 BB, 7 K

Michael Wacha, RHP - 0-0, 6 IP, 1.50 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, 4 BB, 7 K

O/U: 7.5, Pick Em

Weather: Mostly Cloudy and Warm. Temps around 70. Winds blowing across field at 10mph.


Great Pitchers

Patrick Corbin (10300, LHP) at NYM - Corbin is a fantastic pitcher who has been getting better and better throughout his career. He had a rough first start against this same Mets team and, unfortunately, normally seeing someone twice in this close a span is a bonus for the hitter. Still, Corbin is fantastic. He can keep people off base and strike people out. As I said last time, this is an annoying Mets team, and there are still some pieces you can take. But I would still expect him to do much better than his 6 IP, 7 H, 2 BB, 4 K, 2 ER performance on the final day of March.

Steven Matz (7800, LHP) vs WAS - Steven Matz is a much better pitcher than people give him credit for. He has great control and maintains a high K/9. Facing a Nats lineup missing Trea Turner is another huge bonus for him, as Difo is a much easier out. If everyone was the same price, Matz would barely register for me here, but this is FAR FAR too low for someone that can easily get you 20 DKP if he gets a couple extra strike calls.

Christopher Paddack (9600, RHP) at STL - Paddack is a really, really good pitcher. He was a top prospect and, now that he’s getting the chance, he’s already making good on his talent. Even though his start came against a poor Giants team at home, he still got through 5 IP giving up only 2 hits and 1 walk, striking out 7 and allowing 1 ER. That was good for 21.5 DKP. Now, his price here is too high for me to fall in love with him. I expect pretty much the same thing out of him here - a max of 100 pitches, so 6+ IP with 7-8 Ks, but a few more hits given up to a tougher Cardinals Offense. Still, he has the chance of being the highest scoring pitcher on this small slate so, if you are doing MME, make sure you are getting yourself some exposure. This kid is awesome, and he has a hell of a ceiling.

Great Spots

Trevor Williams (8000, RHP) vs CIN - Last start, Williams also pitched against this Reds team and I listed him in the section “No Thanks.” That’s because Williams is a really, really good pitcher that just doesn’t strike out that many people. And, in DFS, strikeouts are one of the most important things for a pitcher to have. Well, even though he didn’t really get there last season, he put up a 9 K/9 in his first start. Against the same bad Reds team that is prone to the K, it would be worth a chance to take the chance this time. I don’t think I would expect him to get 27 DKP, but I don’t think him being one of the best pitchers on the slate is out of the question either, by any means.

GPP Plays

Mike Leake (7400, RHP) at CWS - Leake is normally a pitcher that I would put in and around the No Thanks tier. Much like Trevor Williams, he is a good pitcher who limits baserunners and runs, but doesn’t strike a lot of people out. That means, again, he’s not someone we are going to want to use very often. But this isn’t a very good White Sox team. Sure Moncada and Abreu are good, Alonso has his days, and Eloy is in the running for Rookie of the Year. But the White Sox have been striking out a lot this year, making it a boost for Leake. And I would hope he can take advantage of that for the most part. It’s not without its risk, but he’s cheap and it’s only 6 games.

Lucas Giolito (6500, RHP) vs SEA - As I wrote about in my preview, Giolito was one of the top prospects in the game. He was considered a can’t miss, top of the rotation, future ace. But then, as is often the case, he was beset by injury. When he finally got to the bigs he just didn’t look that good. His stuff didn’t look as advertised. His control wasn’t as sharp. He wasn’t striking out as many people as he should. I let you know, though, that his pedigree makes it that he could make that next step. He’s still just 24!! In his first start, he looked like the Giolito we had been expecting - getting up to 100 pitches in 6.2 IP, striking out 8 and only allowing 2 ER on 3 hits and 1 walk. He got 28.6 DKP and he could do that again against a SEA team that is prone to the K. He doesn’t have to much to worry about and he is so damn cheap you can play whatever other SP you want, and still have enough for a good stack.

No Thanks

Michael Pineda (7200, RHP) at PHI - Pineda looked fantastic in his first start back from Tommy John surgery. Unfortunately, for DFS players, they kept him seriously limited and pulled him after 40 pitches. While I expect them to let him go deeper into this game, I wouldn’t expect much over 60. Which means, if he isn’t perfect, he will only get 3 or 4 innings. So, while I would normally love to go there, no thanks until his pitch count gets up to 100 again.

Jake Arrieta (9100, RHP) vs MIN - If you just look at the 20+ DKP that Arrieta got you in his first start against the Braves, you would think you would want to play him. But I just do not want to go there at all. He walked SIX batters in 6 innings. That is awful. And as we see age slowly take its toll on Arrieta - as all of his stats get slightly worse - we see a serious problem with splits emerge. This may be coming to a head, as 5 of the 6 walks against the Braves were against LHB. In other words, his WHIP against LHB in that start was 2.33 and against RHB was 0.67. Well, against the Twins tomorrow, even though he gets the bonus of an AL pitcher hitting (easy K against Pineda, every time), he also has to face 6 of the other 8 batters attacking him from the Left side of the plate. While I don’t expect them to hammer Arrieta, I also don’t expect Arrieta to pitch well enough to use. And I won’t stack the Twins since you aren’t going to walk your walk to a GPP win.


Stacking Opportunities (in no particular order)

Tigers vs Jorge Lopez, RHP (KC) - Lopez is a bad pitcher, but he’s young. I’m not saying I expect anything out of him, obviously, cause I put him here. But just know that, in the future, he could still turn into a serviceable ML pitcher. As it stands, we have Lopez as a reverse splits pitcher with a high ERA and FIP that gives up a ton of hits and doesn’t strike people out against a Tigers lineup that isn’t great, but can really punish Lopez. This is a Righty heavy lineup and I expect this game to have some runs scored on both sides.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 7

Chalk Level (1-10): 5

Preferred Stack: Full or Mini- RHB preferred

Preferred Players: Harrison (2B - 3700), Castellanos (OF - 4200), Cabrera (1B - 4000), Goodrum (2B/OF - 3900), Candelario (3B - 3800)

Royals vs Matt Moore, LHP (DET) - Hey, maybe Matt Moore found something in the offseason and he’s going to have a renaissance year. He had a stellar first start against a Blue Jays team that was struggling mightily to say the least. I mean, there’s just no other excuse for not destroying Moore. He couldn’t get people out the last few years. He gives up walks and hits and HRs by the bushel. If he can keep up what he did, more power to him. But recency bias is a hell of a drug, and there are few better hitters against LHP than Whit. I imagine all of these Royals will be underowned, and Moore will be far too popular. I will 100% get on the other side of that.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 9

Chalk Level (1-10): 3

Preferred Stack: Full

Preferred Players: Start at the top and work your way down. Though I will never play Alex Gordon. Whit (2B/OF - 4700), Mondesi (SS - 5100), Soler (OF - 3800), Schwindel (1B - 3600), Owings (2B/3B - 3600), etc...

Pirates vs Tanner Roark (RHP, CIN) - Someone asked me after my last article why I keep recommending the Pirates when they aren’t that good a team, without that good an offense, missing one of their best offensive pieces. Well, so far the Pirates have played 7 games. 5 have been against the Reds, who have one of the worst rotations in the MLB. The other 2 games were against the Cards when the ghost of Adam Wainwright and Mikolas, someone who I am making a point of stacking against early this season, were pitching. On top of that, the Pirates lineup is still filled with LHB with normal splits and RHB with reverse splits, meaning that they profile really well against RHP. Lastly, they are cheap and unowned. Eventually, they are going to hit a stretch of good pitchers. But Tanner Roark isn’t one of them. I will keep going there again tonight as they try to extend their win streak.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 7

Chalk Level (1-10): 3

Preferred Stack: Full - LHB and RHB with reverse splits

Preferred Players: Frazier (2B - 4000), Marte (OF - 4700), Bell (1B - 3900), Kang (3B/SS - 4100), Melky (OF - 3800), Shuck (OF - 3400), Gonzalez (SS - 3700)

Padres vs Wacha (RHP, @STL) - I am not the biggest fan of Wacha. I know he did well against the Brewers in his first start, but he’s someone who gives up a bunch of hits and walks and enough HR that I would be worried about playing him against this potent Padres team. They are underrated since people still haven’t adjusted to the changes the Padres have made. But they don’t strike out a lot and, when they are going against a reverse splits righty like Wacha, I will take the chance stacking against him when I expect him to be pretty popular today.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 7

Chalk Level (1-10): 3

Preferred Stack: Full

Preferred Players: Machado (3B - 4800) first, then start at the top and work your way down.

One-Off Batters

Pete Alonso (1B - 3800) - I will keep playing Alonso every day he is this cheap. Especially when it’s against a lefty. People don’t understand just how good a hitter he is. They will, one day. And by that point they will have to pay the premium price for him. While I am not as big a fan, if you really want to take a chance on some of the other Mets RHB, you could create a really under the radar mini stack of Rosario, Alonso, Davis, and/or Ramos.

Rendon (3B - 4600), Robles (OF - 4000) - I would play either of these people as a one-off against Matz. Or a 2 person super-mini stack. While I am not the biggest fan of BvP given how small the sample size is for most matchups, I have seen enough Rendon vs Matz to know that he sees him well, and hits him better. I wouldn’t be shocked at all if he gets a HR and Matz still has a great game. Robles is just someone who is a fantastic hitter and someone I think will be 2nd for the Rookie of the Year this season. He hit a HR against Matz already, and he has the talent to pay that off at a cheap price. Though batting 9th in the order really sucks and I don’t recommend it as strongly as I wish I could.

HR CALL OF THE SLATE: Anthony Rendon

Not on a real slate

Rays vs Giants - 405pm

Yonny Chirinos (after the Opener), RHP - 1-0, 7 IP, 1.29 ERA, 0.29 WHIP, 0 BB, 6 K

Jeff Samardzija, RHP - 0-0, 5 IP, 0.00 ERA, 1.40 WHIP, 4 BB, 2 K

O/U - N/A

Weather: Overcast and Warm. Temps around 60. Winds don’t matter in SF

Rangers vs Angels - 405pm

Drew Smyly, LHP - 0-0, 3 IP, 3.00 ERA, 2.00 WHIP, 2 BB, 2 K

Tyler Skaggs, LHP - 0-1, 4.2 IP, 3.86 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, 1 BB, 2 K

O/U - 8.5, LAA -133

Weather: Partly Cloudy and Warm. Temps around 70. Winds blowing out to Center at 10mph.

Blue Jays vs Indians - 410pm

Thomas Pannone, LHP - 0-1, 5 IP, 1.80 ERA, 1.00 WHIP, 1 BB, 5 K

Carlos Carrasco, RHP - 0-1, 4.1, 12.46 ERA, 2.54 WHIP, 1 BB, 4 K

O/U - 7.5, CLE -175

Weather: Partly Cloudy and Warm. Temps around 60. Light winds.

Main Slate

Game Notes (SPs, Vegas Lines, Weather)

Yankees vs Orioles - 705pm

JA Happ, LHP - 0-1, 4 IP, 9.00 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 1 BB, 3 K

Dylan Bundy, RHP - 0-0, 3.2 IP, 7.36 ERA, 1.91 WHIP, 5 BB, 7 K

O/U - 8, NYY -172

Weather: Clear and Warm, Temps in the Low 60s. Light winds.

Athletics vs Astros - 710pm

Aaron Brooks, RHP - 1-0, 6 IP, 0.00 ERA, 0.50 WHIP, 1 BB, 6 K

Wade Miley, LHP - 0-1, 6 IP, 4.50 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, 0 BB, 4 K

O/U - 9, HOU -145

Weather: DOME

Cubs vs Brewers - 710pm

Cole Hamels, LHP - 0-0, 5 IP, 9.00 ERA, 1.80 WHIP, 3 BB, 4 K

Corbin Burnes, RHP - 0-0, 5 IP, 7.20 ERA, 1.40 WHIP, 1 BB, 12 K

O/U - 8.5, Pick Em

Weather: DOME

Marlins vs Braves - 720pm

Sandy Alcantara, RHP - 1-0, 8 IP, 0.00 ERA, 0.50 WHIP, 0 BB, 6 K

Kyle Wright, RHP - 0-1, 4.1 IP, 6.23 ERA, 1.62 WHIP, 5 BB, 4 K

O/U - 8.5, ATL -162

Weather: Partly Cloudy and Warm, Temps around 70, Light Winds

Red Sox vs Diamondbacks - 810pm

David Price, LHP - 0-1, 6 IP, 6.00 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 2 BB, 9 K

Luke Weaver, RHP - 0-0, 4.1 IP, 8.31 ERA, 1.85 WHIP, 2 BB, 3 K

O/U - 8.5, BOS -133

Weather: DOME

Dodgers vs Rockies - 810pm

Walker Buehler, RHP - 0-0, 3.0 IP, 15.00 ERA, 2.00 WHIP, 1 BB, 0 K

Jon Gray, RHP - 0-1, 6.2 IP, 4.05 ERA, 0.90 WHIP, 1 BB, 10 K

O/U - 10, LAD -138

Weather: Mostly Cloudy and Warm. Temps in the mid 60s. Light winds.


Great Pitchers

JA Happ (9800, LHP) at BAL - Not only do I consider Happ a great pitcher, he gets to take on the Orioles, the worst offense in baseball. He gives up hits and stuff, sure, but he limits runs and baserunners and has a K/9 of almost 10. Against an Orioles team that already strikes out more than 10 times a game on the season, I will take Happ tonight, even though I know he will be extremely popular. I know that I said almost the exact same thing a week ago when Happ took on the Orioles at home, and he gave up 4 ER and only struck out 3 in 4 IP, getting only 3.4 DKP at a price of 10100. But, come on. You think if you play Happ against the Orioles 100 times, that is a common outcome?? Don’t overthink this or let recency shade your choices. Happ against the O’s.

Great Pitchers, Bad Spots

Corbin Burnes (8900, RHP) vs CHC - Burnes has the potential to be the Rookie of the Year. He is certainly going to be in the running. He made his debut against the Cardinals on the 31st, where he struck out 12 in 5 IP. Let that sink in for a second. This is a dude with electric stuff, but a problem with HRs and Hits. That means that, while I would normally jump all over him at this price, I would be more than worried about this matchup with the Cubs. He strikes out enough people I don’t want to stack against him, but he gave up 3 HR in his first start. I wouldn’t mind taking a couple one-offs here.

David Price (9300, LHP) at ARI - A couple of things - First, when I said Porcello was in a good spot yesterday, a very smart individual immediately argued that the Diamondbacks were on fire lately and, thus, Porcello wasn’t a good play at all. I said that, while I do normally try to account for that kind of thing, I still think that, overall the D’backs offense just isn’t that good and, while they may have had a few good games, that doesn’t mean the next flip of the coin will be heads, if you catch my drift. Well, like I said, this dude was smart. The Diamondbacks just scored their 24th run and man they destroyed the Red Sox. So, let it never be said I don’t learn from my mistakes. Tonight, David Price is a great pitcher in a bad spot. Second, in my preview of the Red Sox, I described Porcello as a right handed David Price. So I don’t expect that different a result. Third, MLB Network tonight had to make a graphic about how historically bad the Red Sox starters have started out the season. They have a combined ERA of 9.00. It’s been horrible. Lastly, we need to remember that the Chase Field is such a hitters park, the D’backs had to put in a humidor, a la Coors Field, in order to calm the ridiculous amount of offense down. There’s a reason they called it Coors South. The Humidor has helped a little, but it’s still going to be tougher for a pitcher there, and tougher for us to pay for one this expensive.

GPP Plays (Pitchers that come with enough risk you can either play them or stack against them)

Aaron Brooks (7100, RHP) at HOU - When your first start of the year is against the Red Sox and you go 6 scoreless innings, striking out 6 and giving up only 2 hits, you know damn well you are going to be a GPP play. I don’t think this is absolutely going to pay off without a doubt. And you can CERTAINLY take a low-owned HOU stack. But I am going to want to take a chance on some cheaper pitchers and, given his success against the Red Sox, it’s not absolutely impossible that he has another good start against the Astros. This play will allow you to fit in the LAD/COL bats we want. So you take the chance and hope he can catch lightning twice.

Wade Miley (6600, LHP) vs OAK - Speaking of cheap pitchers with potential, Miley is a ground ball inducing lefty that makes life hell on any LHB he sees. Unfortunately for him, he will face a lineup of 9 RHB (probably). I know 2 of them are Ramon Laureano and Nick Hundley, but still. He is a pitcher who is certainly cheap enough that he pays this off, given the fact he gets an OK amount of strikeouts and keeps the ball on the ground. Think about it like this - If you really want a 10k pitcher to get 25 points then Miley only needs 16.5 DKP to get to the same level. Even if he only gets you 13.5, but that lets you get an extra bat from Coors, you have to do what you have to do. That’s what happens when games are in Colorado. Get used to it now.

Sandy Alcantara (8500, RHP) at ATL - Alcantara had a HELL of a first start of the season, going 8 IP, allowing 4 hits and 6 strikeouts with 0 walks and 0 runs. Good for 31.6 DKP, one of the highest totals we have seen so far this year. I will caution this was against a Rockies team that plays very poorly away from home and this is a matchup against a deadly Braves lineup, but he is still a hell of a prospect. He is just 23, and he may have gotten over his main hurdle - control. While it’s certainly FAR too early to come to any conclusions, the fact he walked no one is huge and, I hope, a sign of him taking that next step. Again, this isn’t a play that comes without risk. Especially given his price (and the jump of 3500 from his last start). But he’s still someone you have to take a chance on. A kid with a load of talent who may finally have figured it all out. It’s possible, in 2 months, we look back at the time he was 8500 and chuckle.

Mike Wright (7300, RHP) vs MIA - Your first major league start can be an incredibly daunting affair. The nerves alone are unlike anything you could have previously imagined. And not only is it hard to even swallow or breathe, you then have to go out and perform on the biggest stage possible. The fantastic Albert Brooks movie, “The Scout,” dealt with this wonderfully. And Kyle Wright ran right into it in his first start against Philly, walking 3 consecutive batters in the first. He eventually settled down, but you could tell the nerves were still there. Still, he put up a serviceable start against a much, much tougher Phillies team than the “free square” Marlins. You can play literally any pitcher against them and, at worst, they are a GPP play. So step on up, Mr. Wright. Don’t be Mr. Wrong tonight.


Stacking Opportunities (in no particular order)

Yankees vs Bundy (RHP, @BAL) - With Happ one of the most popular pitchers tonight, I also expect this stack to be the most popular. Bundy is just awful. He only made it through 3.2 IP against the Yankees last time. Sure he struck out 7, which is awesome for 3.2 IP, but he also walked 5 and gave up 3 ER. Like I said with Happ, don’t overthink this one. I should also note- Bundy is HORRIBLE against LHB, so prioritize them

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 9

Chalk Level (1-10): 7

Preferred Stack: Full - Prioritize LHB

Preferred Players: Bird (1B - 4200), Gardner (OF - 4000), Judge (OF - 5600), Sanchez (C - 4700), LeMahieu (2B/3B - 4000), etc...

Brewers vs Cole Hamels (LHP, CHC) - I think there are going to be times we use Cole Hamels. But I also know that he is far too expensive for someone in a terrible matchup against a phenomenal Brewers offense. Hamels just got embarrassed by the Rangers, and this is much more potent team against LHP.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 7

Chalk Level (1-10): 4

Preferred Stack: Full

**Preferred Players: Cain (OF - 4100), Yelich (OF - 5400), Braun (OF - 4400), Aguilar (1B - 3400), Grandal (C - 4200), Perez (2B/SS - 3900)

Red Sox vs Luke Weaver (RHP, ARI) - The Red Sox have had the worst start for a defending WS Champion since the Marlins sold off their entire team after winning the title. That’s not good company. But tonight is a get right spot against Luke Weaver, who is a good pitcher and someone with a ton of potential, but hasn’t quite gotten there yet. In his first start against the Dodgers he gave up 4 ER in 4.1 IP, allowing 6 hits and 2 walks and only striking out 3. That kind of stuff is going to get Mookie Betts another HR, quick. This is a tough enough park for pitching. It doesn’t help when your opponent is one of the best offenses in baseball (even if they haven’t been playing like it). If you want to pivot from Coors Field or the next most chalky Yankees stack, this is almost certainly one of the best places to go.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 8

Chalk Level (1-10): 5

Preferred Stack: Full

Preferred Players: Start at the top and work your way down.

Dodgers vs Jon “The 51st Shade” Gray (RHP, @COL) - Who cares who the pitchers are. I mean, Jon Gray is a great, great pitcher. He doesn’t really show Home/Away splits, either. But, like I said in my preview, that just means you can use him against bad teams and stack against him with good teams. Well the Dodgers are certainly a good team. And they are going to be the most chalky stack of the day.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 10

Chalk Level (1-10): 10A

Preferred Stack: Everyone you can fit for the price

**Preferred Players: As many people as you can fit in. Try to get Joc (OF - 5300) in if he is leading off, as I assume he will. As well as Muncy (1B/3B - 5100), Seager (SS - 4800), and Bellinger (1B - 5800). ** Now you see why I am recommending the cheapest pitchers tonight.

Rockies vs Walker Buehler (RHP, LAD) - In Coors South, the call rang out for Buehler multiple times, but no one answered. Buehler… Buehler… Buehler… He got 3 IP and gave up 5 ER on 5 hits, 1 walk and 0 Strikeouts. Not even one to Abe Froman.

How much do I love this stack? (1-10): 10

Chalk Level (1-10): 10B

Preferred Stack: Everyone you can fit for the price

**Preferred Players: As many people as you can fit in. Try to get Blackmon (OF - 5000), Dahl (OF - 4700), and Story (SS - 5000). Plus, McMahon (1B/2B - 4100) is a great value here, as well as whoever catches (either Iannetta - 3900, or Wolters - 3600).

One-Off Batters

Any Cubs Power Hitter - You can go anywhere here, but I would take 1, maybe 2, at most. Especially with a Coors Field game on the docket. This means 2-7 in the order - Bryant through Descalso.


Ah! A fun day of baseball. And then only 2 games of NBA to have to worry about.


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