Fictional Baseball Picks: Top DraftKings MLB DFS Goals, Rate June 13

Another working week begins with a massive 10-game Major League Baseball roster ready to trade in fantasy baseball kings. Over half of the ten matches feature divisional rivals, so there must be some familiar foes going head-to-head early in the week. There are plenty of storylines to check out including the start of the season Lance Lane ($9600) For the White Sox and Braves on their way to their 12th consecutive win while visiting Washington.

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Sandy Alcantara Miami Marlins in Philadelphia Phyllis (10,200 USD) – Since he’s been promoting for the Marlins, Alcantara’s great season has gone somewhat under the radar, but he’s starting to emerge as a serious contender for Cy Young. The 26-year-old went 6-2 with 1.61 ERA and 2.96 FIP with 77 strokes in 83 23 roles. He only allowed one or zero runs in six consecutive rounds with no fewer than 22 DKFPs on each of those trips, highlighted by the 45-DKFP’s performance vs. brave in his last way. Two courses over 6 . allowed 13 Roles in the win over Philadelphia early in the season and we will look to continue that success and pick up another big division result in this outing on the road against the Phillies.

other options – Alec Manoah ($9,800), Yo Darwish ($8,400)


Zach Thompson, St. Louis Cardinals against. Pittsburgh Pirates ($4300) – Just to be clear, this is not Zach Thompson who is the primary bowler of the Buccaneers or Zach Thompson who wrote this article – Zach Thompson this is the 24-year-old rookie rookie who will make his first MLB start. I’ve been following his career for obvious reasons, and he’s definitely a bowler who can contribute at that level. He has gone 2-2 in his 10 matches in Triple-A this year while scoring 56 of 44 13 roles. On his MLB debut, he fired four powerful rounds against the Cubs, allowing one run and three strokes while scoring three for a 10.6 DKFP. He’s in a good match against the Pirates, who have lost six straight games while scoring only 14 times during that time and have scored more than three runs once in their past eight games. With such an affordable salary, he won’t have to do much to return the value and will allow you to pile a lot of power across the rest of your group.

another option – Ian Anderson ($7,700), Chris Archer ($7,100)



Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays against. Baltimore Orioles ($5500) – Speaking of power options, Guerrero went deep on Sunday to help the Blue Jays win a series over the Tigers and improve to 4-2 on their wild ride before returning home for the series against the Orioles. Five of his 14 home games this season came in his 11 games in June, and during that time, he’s been 12 for 47 (.255) with 362 ISOs and .395 wOBA. He has several hits in two of his past three matches and is in a great match to bring in more power as seen below in the stack section.


Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals in San Francisco Giants ($5,100) – If you have a salary to pay in the catcher, Perez is definitely a solid option to consider in this standoff against the leftist. Alex Wood ($8,300) in San Francisco. Perez hit just 0.191 for the first two months of the season, but he’s found a nice groove over his past nine games, going 12-for-35 (.343) with eight additional key strokes including three home runs, 13 RBI, .429 ISO and .482 wOBA. He hit the Southern Rifles well all season, averaging 321 and 0.413 WOBA against LHP

other options – Santiago Espinal ($5,000), Jeremy Peña ($4,300)


Danny Mendyk, Chicago White Sox in Detroit Tiger ($3,500) – Mendyk has done well while playing Tim Anderson (thigh) and amassing exactly 16 DKFPs in each of his last three matches. Over the past 12 games, he’s earned 15-for-46 (.326) with two doubles, triples, and a ground run for a solid .362 wOBA. As a team, the White Sox squabble a bit, but Mendick still delivers a solid value production heading into this favorable vs. rivalry. Ronnie Garcia ($5500).


Nathaniel Lowe Texas Rangers in Houston Astros ($3,400) – Lowe went 1 for 5 with a picnic in yesterday’s overtime win over the White Sox who cut a four-game winning streak with multiple hits. Over his last 15 games, he’s earned 21 for 60 (.350) with four hurdles, nine additional key strokes, 300 ISOs and .432 wOBA. In Monday’s match, left-sided Lowe was on the better side of the splits against him Christian Javier ($9600)which allowed Left to produce .344 wOBA against him and hit three of the four Homers allowed this season.

other options – Matt Reynolds ($3,300), Ezequiel Duran ($2,400)

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Ronald Acuña Jr., Atlanta Braves in Washington citizens ($6000) – Acuña and Braves are looking for their 12th win in a row Josiah Gray ($8,900) And the citizens on Monday. Acuña helped cement that rally by going 14 to 38 (.368) in his past 10 games with four home runs and two stolen bases. Over that period, he was awarded 368 ISO and .497 wOBA. From his leading position, he is always right in the middle of the Braves’ offensive production and remains one of the most dynamic producers in the Majors.


Byron Buxton Minnesota Twins in Seattle Mariners ($4900) – Another dynamic introduction option, the Buxton is always worth a look when it’s under $5,000. He has only achieved 0.231 per season but has 17 home runs and 0.349 ISO. Six of those home runs have come in his past eight games, and he’s made .345 during that time with .593 wOBA. At an admittedly small sample size, SP has crushed the opposition Chris Flexen ($6,800)Going 5 to 5 with running around the house and walking in their previous meetings.

other options – George Springer ($5,600), Louis Robert ($5,500)


gorekson provar, San Diego Padres in Chicago Cubs ($3,700) – While it doesn’t bring the power potential of the above boot options, Profar is another mixture that yields at the top of the demand. Since moving to center stage in the Padres Games 17 games ago, he’s picked up 23-for-70 (.329) in four doubles, twice at home, and scored 15 points and 13 RBI points. His .388 wOBA and .171 ISO during that time show him to bring in a bit of a pop but most of his value comes down to counting stats and the chance to be involved in running productions from a starting point.


Tyler O’Neill, St. Louis Cardinals at the Pittsburgh Pirates ($3,300) – The Cardinals have a busy situation after the return of O’Neill and Dylan Carlson ($3,400) from IL. After last year’s breakout season with 34 homers and .384 wOBA, O’Neill struggled early this year, but went 8 for 24 (.333) with a double, a home run, a stolen base and an average of 9.7 DKFP per game in his six games since his return. O’Neill brings a very high ceiling for a play under $35,000.

other options – Jordan Loblow ($3,500), Taylor Trammell ($2,500)

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Toronto Blue Jays vs Baltimore Orioles – The Blue Jays have broken 25 players in their past 13 games while averaging 6.8 points per game over that period. Now they are back home where they have 39 players in 28 games and are having a great match against them Kyle Pradesh ($6,200), who allowed 10 home runs in his first eight MLB starts. He gave up 28 times more than 37 times 23 roles while allowing rights holders to crush nine of those ten home runs and post .488 wOBA against him. Beau Pechet ($5600)And the George Springer ($5,600) And Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (discussed above) are all big names that have a lot of meaning, but Santiago Espinal ($5,000) And the Tuscar Hernandez ($5,000) It’s actually been hotter lately and it’s gotten a little cheaper. If you need some valuable contributors, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. ($3,500) Until the last call Gabriel Moreno ($2,200) They are options to consider to complete the HR research toolkit.

St. Louis Cardinals vs Pittsburgh Pirates – In his four-year MLB career, Pirates SP Mitch Keeler ($7,800) He has already faced the Cardinals five times. In the past two seasons, he has given up 11 runs at 18 strokes in three games against St. Louis, including three home runs allowed. Nolan Arenado ($5200) And the Edmundo Sosa ($2000) Each of them had one of those homers from opposite ends of the salary spectrum. This year, Keeler has given up six Homer and 29 runs in nine starts, allowing rights holders to post a 0.344 WOBA against him. Paul Goldschmidt ($5800) And the Tommy Adman ($5500) They are both red hot and highly paid, but there are also some great value plays to consider Dylan Carlson ($3,400)Tyler O’Neill (discussed above), Harrison Bader ($3,000) And the Brendan Donovan ($2,900). Overall, there are plenty of upsides to admire in the Cardinals’ reasonably priced group as they come home to host the Pirates as they fight the Brewers for the top spot at NL Central.

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