FanDuel MLB DFS Picks – August 30th

The pitching side of the night’s FanDuel MLB DFS Picks did not pan out our bats showed up to play.
Right-hander Jacob deGrom had just 1 problem at the nighttime, and his first name was Victor Caratini. Caratini hit a solo homer but his taken from deGrom in the seventh was devastating. DeGrom finished the inning, however, allowed four earned runs with seven strikeouts to boot up over seven innings of work. It was the first moment he allowed more than three earned runs in a start as stated in yesterday’s bit.
We didn’t get much out of our Mets bats because they once again failed to encourage their ace, but their lone run at the night came in a solo home run from J.D. Davis at the very first inning. The other generation we received was a walk from each of Amed Rosario and Pete Alonso.
Our three-man Marlins heap did some work. The two Harold Ramirez along with Starlin Castro homered in this one and equally singled also. Their two for 5 with a run and an RBI were indistinguishable stat lines gave us a ton of value. Garrett Cooper gave one walk to us .
Finally, we received a little more value from our Rangers mini-stack as Willie Calhoun homered from Felix Hernandez in the first inning while Nick Solak gave us outstanding value with two rebounds, a run scored and a stolen base to boot. I will definitely take that creation with that duo.
It was surely a night that is much-improved and we are going to look to help keep it going on the large 14-game slate of tonight.
P — Dinelson Lamet (SD) — $8,200 vs. SF
So far as GPP intentions go, I wanted to choose a pitcher that’s both cost-efficient with substantial strikeout upsidedown, and I believe I have that in the Padres’ Dinelson Lamet who should go low owned tonight given the large slate along with the fact the Padres have been +120 underdogs tonight against Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants. Run support might be a problem against Bumgarner the Padres are 11th in terms of wOBA versus left-handed pitchers this year, so perhaps an upset is in the cards tonight. Entering his start tonight, Lamet has posted a 4.30 ERA on the season, but his 3.80 FIP and 3.84 xFIP show he has been really good this year after missing all of 2018 thanks to Tommy John surgery. Obviously, Lamet brings with him a whole lot of strikeout upside as he matches a tantalizing 11.74 K/9 across his nine starts this year along with a 3.91 BB/9 that represents a small improvement in control from his 2017 year old. Lamet threw seven scoreless with 12 strikeouts from the Mariners in early August and has proceeded five or more innings in seven of his nine starts this season. That’s the type of ceiling as he takes on a Giants team that is one of the worst in baseball versus right-handed pitching we receive with Lamet.
C/1B — Matt Adams (WAS) — $2,800 vs. MIA
The Nationals once more represent a wonderful choice in terms of crime tonight as they accept right-hander Elieser Hernandez and the Miami Marlins. Hernandez owns a 4.97 ERA on the season, however also a 6.02 FIP and also 5.21 xFIP plus a huge 2.42 HR/9 allowed on the season. What’s more, Hernandez was rocked on the road to the tune of a 6.38 ERA, 7.92 FIP, 5.87 xFIP along with a enormous 3.38 HR/9 clip. Ultimately, Hernandez has been only brutalized by left-handed hitters on the road this year as he possesses a 11.70 FIP, 7.13 xFIP along with a eye-popping 5.59 HR/9 against lefties from home, so I believe we have some critical possibility with a few Nationals left handed bats in addition to a staple in almost any Nationals heap. After all, Adams is hitting right-handed pitching for lots of power again this year as he owns a big-time .271 ISO from them to go along with a .813 OPS and .335 wOBA. Furthemore, Adams has destroyed right-handed pitching in home for a enormous .318 ISO to go along with the .856 OPS, .352 wOBA along with 114 wRC+. There is lots of reason to think Adams can deliver tonight to a ton of worth at this price.
2B — Nick Solak (TEX) — $3,000 vs. SEA
Do not fix it When it’s not broken. As his start to his league career continues that is certainly the case with Solak once he delivered a set of hits, a run and a stolen base in last night’s game. Solak is currently hitting .375 with a 1.018 OPS across the first ten matches of the MLB career. Unsustainable? Sure. But, there’s reason to believe that Solak’s hot start can continue yelling as he chooses on left-hander Marco Gonzalez that evening. The Rangers are estimated to score a healthier 5.4 runs tonight against Gonzales and a bad Mariners bullpen, and Solak enters this one wearing a .417 average versus lefties by virtue of a 5 to 12 against them with a set of doubles in the early going. His first MLB foundation was last 14, away of a lefty. Solak hit lefties to get an .805 OPS at Triple-A this season, but a Massive .933 OPS at Double-A in 2018. He also posted a .305 ISO at Triple-A for the Rangers this season after a transaction out of the Rays and he has hit 27 home runs mixed between the two teams’ Triple-A franchisees this year with five steals too. With a 166 wRC+ in the early going I don’t mind riding Solak in a top position within this lineup tonight.
3B — Anthony Rendon (WAS) — $4,400 vs. MIA
I said Elieser Hernandez’s brutal numbers versus lefties around the road this season, also while Rendon strikes from the ideal side, it’s a very dangerous practice to leave him out of any Nationals pile and I am not about to do that tonight. In the end, Rendon is placing up MVP-type numbers in the plate this year against the two left and right-handed pitchers. Against righties, Rendon has struck .326 using a .281 ISO, 1.005 OPS, .412 wOBA and a tremendous 153 wRC+. The energy numbers are home are big as he owns an elevated .312 ISO in Nationals Park this season against right-handed pitching to go along with a .993 OPS, .405 wOBA and 149 wRC+. The month of August has been kind to Rendon since he sports a .268 ISO, 1.063 OPS, .431 wOBA plus a big-time 165 wRC+, the latter of which represents the second-highest markers of his season. Rendon’s game titles have been littered with multi-hit attempts, such as in his last match on Wednesday in which he went 2 for 4 with a double and a pair of runs scored. The icing on the cake using Rendon is the fact he’s gone 4 for 7 with two home runs on his background against Hernandez. There is simply no way you ought to be fading Rendon in virtually any Nationals stack tonight.
SS — Elvis Andrus (TEX) — $3,200 vs. SEA
Completing my Rangers mini-stack is Andrus who should be able to group up with Solak for a few generation against a weak Mariners pitching staff tonight. Andrus has not been able to replicate the spike in electricity that saw him hit 20 home runs in 2017, however the 10 he’s struck so far this season marks the second-most in almost any given time for the veteran shortstop while his 27 beats will be the most he is enrolled since swiping 27 from the 2014 campaign. The fantastic news is that Andrus was unafraid to run against lefties since he’s stolen nine of those 27 bags from southpaws, and he’s just been caught once by a lefty, good to get a 90% stolen base success rate from southpaws. While his 80 wRC+ on the time leaves a great deal to be desired, I’m encouraged with the fat his home versus lefties divides is by far his very best split of them all. Andrus has struck .371 using a .194 ISO, .958 OPS, .397 wOBA plus also a big-time 143 wRC+. The next nearest wRC+ to this figure is the 100 mark he possesses on the street versus righties. To put it differently, Andrus has been in his very best this season when facing lefties in your home, something he will do tonight against Gonzales, a pitcher who he’s gone for 16 (.312) with 2 rebounds in his profession.
OF — Adam Eaton (WAS) — $3,600 vs. MIA
Keep a watch out for the confirmed lineup to the Nationals tonight as Eaton is now recorded as day-to-day afterwards leaving Wednesday’s game after being hit in the knee with a pitch. But, Eaton really ran the bases before he had been taken out of the game, and also the Nationals had an off day yesterday, so there’s a good opportunity Eaton would soon be back in the lineup tonight, which would be good news with this pile considering Hernandez’s labour versus lefties around the road this season. Eaton gives us some real nice power/speed potential as he’s hit 12 home runs on the season and swiped 13 bases too. He possesses a .148 ISO, .812 OPS, .350 wOBA and 113 wRC+ from right-handed pitchers this season, but these numbers improve into a .175 ISO, .867 OPS, .372 wOBA along with 127 wRC+ in the home versus right-handed pitching which represents his very best split of all of them. Furthermore, the month of August had been his best month of the season. Eaton has published a big-time .293 ISO, 1.061 OPS, .439 wOBA and an eye-popping 171 wRC+ for the month to this point. His game logs for the month have been riddled with all runs and multi-hit efforts. That is what I will search for tonight from the veteran, but I would also be open to watching him make great one the above power/speed upside too.
OF — Juan Soto (WAS) — $4,000 vs. MIA
Completing the four-man Nationals stac is Soto who might very well end up as the most productive bat within this pile. There is a ton of power and speed to be obtained with Soto as he has introduced 29 home runs this year and stolen 12 foundations as well. The remarkable 20-year-old is making it look easy, which we all understand isn’t easy to do in this era at this degree. He is hitting both right-handed and left pitchers for plenty of power, but he’s at his best versus righties and possesses a .294 ISO, .993 OPS, .412 wOBA and 153 wRC+ on the summer versus right-handed pitching. His stat line of a .280 ISO, .985 OPS, .407 wOBA along with 150 wRC+ in home versus righties is mainly in accordance with his general numbers . Of course, his stolen base potential is superior versus righties as well as he’s swiped two of his 12 foundations versus right-handed pitching this year. Like Eaton, Soto is having himself one heck of a month as he has submitted an unworldly .374 ISO, 1.078 OPS, .437 wOBA and 169 wRC+ for the month for this stage. Soto went 2 for 4 with a triple, two runs scored and 2 RBI in his last match on Wednesday versus the Orioles. Like Rendon, Soto is a compulsory part of any Nationals pile tonight.
OF — Hunter Renfroe (SD) — $2,600 vs. SF
I will be finishing my lineup in San Francisco, as he takes on Madison Bumgarner beginning with Renfroe tonight with a couple players that are one-off. Bumgarner was great in the second half and good at home this season, while he has owned Bumgarner within their history but Renfroe’s figures against lefties can not be ignored. Renfroe has teed off this season to the song of a .388 ISO, .970 OPS, .382 wOBA along with 138 wRC+ around the season. For what it is worth, his strikeout rate additionally plummets from 33.7% versus righties to only 20.4percent versus lefties. The intense pitcher-friendly confines of Oracle Park in San Francisco don’t look great for Renfroe, however the truth is that Renfroe possesses a .410 ISO and also 1.033 OPS versus lefties in Petco Park in San Diego, arguably the most second-most pitcher-friendly place in baseball. He possesses a .373 ISO, .929 OPS, .364 wOBA along with 126 wRC+ from lefties around the road this season. On top of his numbers against lefties, his figures against Bumgarner will be the icing on the cake. Renfroe has smacked around his branch rival to the song of a .333 typical (6 to 18) with three home runs and two rebounds . That is excellent to get a .611 ISO, 1.260 OPS and .495 wOBA from him. Renfroe should observe possession that is low on a slate along with many will be scared by his surface matchup against Bumgarner off, therefore a home run out of the slugger would do wonders for this lineup .
UTIL — Renato Nunez (BAL) — $3,200 vs. KC
Another one-off which could go overlooked tonight is Nunez whose Baltimore Orioles carry on left-hander Eric Skoglund along with the Kansas City Royals tonight. Nunez could be using the most quiet superior season of any participant in the big leagues on a Orioles team as he has launched this year runs and posted a .231 ISO from the process. He has managed to hit for power contrary to both right-handed and left pitching his work is surely against lefties. Nunez has recently already posted a .259 ISO, .868 OPS, .357 wOBA along with a 123 wRC+ to the season against left handed pitching. He’s posted a .264 ISO, .859 OPS, .350 wOBA along with 118 wRC+ from lefties around the road this season. It’s a little bit of a bummer to see Nunez enduring the worst statistical month of his season in August, nevertheless he has appreciated multi-hit efforts in a few of his past 3 games with a double, two runs, three RBI and his lone stolen base of the year at the time also, so he’s picking up the production again. What’s more, Skoglund was rocked to get a 6.14 ERA, 5.97 FIP, 6.46 xFIP along with a 1.71 HR/9 speed at Triple-A this year in 11 starts, therefore there a ton to like about Nunez against the left-hander tonight.

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