DraftKings MLB one-off plays:
With all of the other options at the top, I don’t see the sense in paying the premium on Nola. Sure, he is much better at home, but he just gave up three runs to the Marlins last week. I like Pete Alonso as a one off here since he homered against Nola earlier this year. Amed Rosario is a solid play as well.
Shane Bieber has pitched really well this year, but he has allowed nine home runs in his last six starts. If he starts allowing more runners, he’s going to get blown up at some point. This is a pesky Rays lineup that hits better at home. I’d rather take a crack at him with Austin Meadows just in case some regression starts here.
Nova may get a quality start, but I didn’t say shutout. Freddie Freeman and Ronald Acuna are good bats to throw at him if you think his hot streak is a fluke.
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If you take a look at the teams that have hit Max Fried lately, they all have one thing in common: right handed power. The White Sox have that in spades. Sure, Fried is going to max out the strikeouts, but I would say that at least one of Moncada, Eloy, or Tim Anderson go deep here.
The Rangers have 103 at bats against Marco Gonzales and no home runs. The only one I’m even mildly interested in is the only bright spot on this team right now: Willie Calhoun.
Speaking of struggling offenses, Seattle is right there. Kolby Allard had the best start of his brief big league career in his last outing, and I would play him if there weren’t better established options for the same price or lower. I like Tim Lopes for value, but that’s about it.
No matter who takes the hill for the Orioles, I wont be heavy on Royals bats. Honestly, it’s about the same ones either way. Jorge Soler and Hunter Dozier pretty much hoping the Royals get into the bullpen early enough to do some real damage.
If you are considering another Red besides Aristedes Aquino, you’re doing it wrong.
Tony Gonsolin gave up more runs in Phoenix in his major league debut than he has in the four starts combined since then. That includes the Yankees, Braves, and a start in Coors. What are the chances of Arizona doing this again? Not good. Marte and Escobar are the only ones I would consider right now.
Wow, Gallen is expensive. Against most teams I would pay this price, but not the Dodgers. Still, the fact remains that Gallen hasn’t allowed more than three runs in any game in his 11 start major league career. The Dodgers will get a couple of runs, but this is more suitable for a Bellinger or Joc Pederson one off than stacking against Gallen.
The Giants have enough left handed power if you want to take a run at Lamet. However, I would probably pay up for Dickerson or Mike Yastrzemski over the Brandon’s (Belt and Crawford).
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