MLB DFS picks and pivots: Tuesday, September 24

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TORONTO, ONTARIO – SEPTEMBER 23: Austin Hays #21 of the Baltimore Orioles gets water thrown at him after hitting a home run against the Toronto Blue Jays in the fifth inning during their MLB game at the Rogers Centre on September 23, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images) MLB DFS

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of MLB DFS Picks and Pivots, a fantasy baseball column focused on helping you find the best core lineup for this slate of DFS action!

For those of you finding us for the first time, the concept behind MLB DFS Picks and Pivots is to give you a first look at the day’s MLB DFS slate, including our top picks, plays and pivots, using FantasyDraft pricing as a reference to help you build your best fantasy baseball line-up and win big.

Picks and Pivots is not a simple “best plays” column but rather it focuses on slate strategy and roster construction to help give you insight into how I will look to play this slate.

You know what the best way to describe MLB DFS the last week of the season? Well, last night’s slate where Austin Hays and Jorge Alfaro broke it open and combined for 78 fantasy points is about the perfect example of what we can expect (or not) the final few days of the MLB regular season.

Picks and Pivots is not a simple “best plays” column but rather it focuses on slate strategy and roster construction to help give you insight into how I will look to play this slate. The goal of this article is to dig through the slate, highlight our top plays and help you identify the best slate strategy across your MLB DFS line-ups.

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Without further ado, let’s get into today’s slate!

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