P: Anibal Sanchez, Washington Nationals ($8,100)
Anibal Sanchez has a terrific matchup against the Miami Marlins. This matchup is in Miami which is a pitchers paradise. The Marlins also feature one of the weakest lineups in baseball scoring just three runs in their last 4 games, while striking out an average of 9 times per game.
P: Jordan Lyles, Pittsburgh Pirates ($7,900)
Lyles is coming off one of his best games of the year striking out ten Cubs hitters over six innings on April 10th. Lyles now gets a matchup with the San Fransisco Giants offense that ranks bottom three in runs per game and bottom ten in strikeouts per game. The Giants have seen Lyles as a team for over 100 at bats but only have one career home runs versus the Pirates righty.
C: Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals ($3,700)
The Cardinals are a favorable potential stack tonight. Guys like Goldschmidt, Ozuna, and Dejong should be on your radar but in this case I am going to bank on Molina. Yadier has had a rare two day break after sitting out the last game of the Milwaukee series coinciding with the day off. Molina has hitting Met’s starter Jason Vargas very well over his career going 5 for 11 off of the veteran lefty including an average exit velocity of 92.9.
1B: Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros ($4,200)
The Astros in total are a good stack tonight along with the Cardinals as they face off in Texas against Drew Smyly. Yuli smashes lefties over the last two seasons, in 2019 Gurriel is hitting .368. Gurriel is a low cost option at a prime position tonight.
2B: Gleybor Torres, New York Yankees ($4,300)
Gleybor hits better at home and will be sitting in the middle of the lineup for the Yankees against a homer prone Royals starter.
3B: Alex Bregman, Houston Astros ($4,600)
Bregman will join in on my mini Astros stack, a .548 slugging percentage over the last three years versus lefties should put him in a great position to succeed.
SS: Marcus Semien, Oakland Athletics ($4,200)
Semien has always been more known for his offense then defense, so far this season the offense has been showing. Semien is also 4 for 7 in his career against Marcus Stroman. Good price for a good hitter.
OF: Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics ($4,700)
Khris Davis is going to hit a home run tonight. That is all. Have a great day.
OF: Tommy Pham, Tampa Bay Rays ($4,300)
It feels like the price for Tommy Pham is way to low here but that works for me. Coming off a huge night with a homer and a stolen base. When Pham gets going he can carry a slate. Red Sox pitching has been giving up runs all year so Pham at just 4.3K is a great play.
OF: Nick Castellanos, Detroit Tigers ($3,900)
Castellanos has not had a torrid start to the season but coming off a game where he put up major points grab him before the price goes up. Castellanos is 3 for 5 against White Sox starter Carlos Rodon and is a another pick from the bargain bin for this slate.