Fictional Baseball Picks: Top DraftKings MLB DFS Goals, Rated June 4

This Saturday, Major League Baseball has another full day of action with most games spread throughout the afternoon. There is still a solid four-game slate on Saturday night kings which begins at 7:15 p.m. ET. The four matches include another chapter in the Cubs-Cardinals rivalry, the Phillies continuing their first series after shooting Joe Girardi, the Braves at Coors Field and the Mets visiting the Dodgers for a tag team leaders match.

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Zach Wheeler Philadelphia Phyllis against. Los Angeles Angels ($10,000) – Wheeler was only 3-3 in his nine matches but he put in a good show with Velez, especially lately. After starting the year 0-3, he went 3-0 with a 1.40 ERA and 1.83 FIP over his past six matches. In five of those six starts, he had at least 20 DKFPs and reached over 28 DKFPs on three of those runs. He has 58 hits in his 51 1/3 innings on the season with no fewer than seven hits in each of those last six starts. The Angels have a few elite bats but have calmed down after a solid offensive start to the season. Over the past 15 days, they had the second-lowest number of runs in the major leagues and only hit 0.239 while averaging 3.2 runs per game. Wheeler should be a good choice as he is trying to extend their struggles and continue their strong results streak.

other options – Walker Puller ($9800), Michael Lorenzen ($8000)

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Caleb Killian Chicago Cubs against. St. Louis Cardinals (5,300 USD) The Cardinals are a tough game, but Killian is still worth watching because he’s available at a bargain price in what will be his MLB debut. Killian is the Cubs’ top player and potential No. 5 overall for the team, per MLB pipeline. It was acquired from giants in the Chris Bryant trade and has impressed him throughout his time at the mansion. In his nine starts for the Iowa Cubs, the 25-year-old scored a 2.06 ERA with a 2.93 FIP and 41 strikes in 39 1/3 innings. Killian added speed during the layoffs and is now operating in the 1990s with a solid command and solid options outside of speed. He might be ready to stay if he makes his strong debut Saturday night, and he’s definitely a young arm to target the season-long leagues as well.


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Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves in Colorado Rockies ($4,400) – Swanson has been super sweaty his entire career and is definitely on a heater right now. He has arrived safely in 16 of his past 17 matches and has moved from the bottom of the squad to second in the standings on a regular basis. During those 17 games, he was 26-for-68 (.382) in three pairs, two home runs and five steals bases. Its 0.421 wOBA average and 45.6% affected rate show that it brings a lot of additional base potential to this great alignment shown below on stacks. He hits .304 with .217 ISO and .406 wOBA in season against southpaws, making him an option with the elite rising from his mid-range paycheck.

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Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers against. New York Mets ($4,400) – Turner has also been heating up lately, although his seasonal numbers are still disappointing. The veteran has safely hit seven of his most recent nine competitions, scoring 12-for-35 with six pairs and six runs. He hasn’t hit the left particularly well this season, but he’s used to feeding on them in his career, so he should be in a good position against David Peterson ($8,600). Turner doesn’t bring the high-level power he did in his prime, but still playing solid at this price against his former team.

other options – Paul Goldschmidt ($5,500), Ozzy Albis ($4,700)

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Christopher Morell Chicago Cubs vs St. Louis Cardinals ($4100) – Morel has locked Cubs into the lead and has hit safely in 13 of his past 14 games while hitting .259 with 0.15 ISO and .339 wOBA. He also had five base steals in those 14 games while scoring 12 runs and making eight runs. Since I love Cubs’ match in this double header and think they’re ready for a big game, Morel is a great game at over $4K.

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Bryson Stott, Philadelphia Phillies vs Los Angeles Angels ($2,600) – The 2019 first round selection hasn’t been impressive overall in the rookie season so far, but he’s been showing some pretty impressive signs lately. He still only scores 0.160 but has gone 5-11 with a home run, a stolen base, three runs and three goals in the past three games. It is also a key to realizing the opposition of mind points Michael Lorenzen ($8000) Left allowed to post .390 wOBA while holding right at 0.90 wOBA, so stacking a left Phils hitter like Stott is an option to consider.

other options – Jose Iglesias ($3,700), Alfonso Rivas ($2,100)


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Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies vs Los Angeles Angels ($5,400) – Harper returned from a two-game absence with a bang – two of them actually. He’s come back twice in Phelez’s 10-0 defeat to the Angels on Friday night, another left-hander who will try to capitalize on positive divisions against Lorenzen. Harper has had 12 home runs in his 46 games while notching .308 with .308 ISO and .409 wOBA. He has nine of those races at home and a .470 wOBA in 24 games since May 1. While he was struggling to stay in the squad, he was very productive when available.

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Conner Joe, Colorado Rockies vs Atlanta Braves ($4,300) – Joe has continued his breakout season although his salary has stabilized a bit after climbing to the top of the salary structure earlier this season. He usually hits the lead in the Rockies, which makes him a solid option at this price when they are at Coors Field. He’s gone 16 for 60 (.267) over his last 15 games with .319 wOBA. In season at home, he has .373 wOBA.

other options – Mookie Betts ($5,600), Ronald Acuna Jr. ($5,300)

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Brendan Donovan, St. Louis Cardinals at the Chicago Cubs ($3,400) – Donovan is a member of the latest wave of talented young Cardinals who have recently begun their onslaught. Donovan hit .296 with one home run, one stolen base and .378 wOBA across his 100-board debut with the Cardinal. It brings a nice variety of locations, good quality in the $3k range and establishes itself as a regular contributor to St.Louis.

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Michael Harris II, Atlanta Braves in the Colorado Rockies ($2,700) – The Braves give his prospect the 21-year-old a look at CF, and so far he appears to be adjusting well to the Majors despite having jumped Triple-A. In Double-A, he hit 0.305 with five wrecks, 33 innings, 33 RBIs and 11 stolen bases in 43 games to start the season. Since it was called up, it has gone 7 for 25 (.280) with a 44.4% hit rate and .296 wOBA. He has yet to try to steal, but he hit safely in four straight games and usually hits ninth, putting him directly in front of Acuña and the rest of Atlanta’s power rackets. It’s in good agreement detailed below and is a great way to get a part of a solid squad for a very affordable salary.

other options – Ian Hap ($3,600), Nick Plummer ($2,100)


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Atlanta Braves in the Colorado Rockies – Coors Field was surprisingly quiet Friday night with only four runs recorded in the Braves’ 10-run win. Saturday, that probably won’t be the case Kyle Freeland ($6000) And the Spencer Strider ($7,100) A match in the third game of the series. More/less in that game is 12 days Sports Book of Kings, which makes it the highest streak of the day by far. Freeland is 1-5 on the year with a 4.96 ERA and 4.15 FIP. He has given up five home runs, three of which have actually come against the left, who have .407 wOBA against him, which means that it is not necessary to avoid a left-hand match in this case. He has a 6.25 home ERA, gave up 43 hits and 24 hits in 31 2/3 Roles in this season’s chorus. Ronald Acuna Jr. ($5,300) And the Austin Riley ($5,300) They are the only bat Braves worth over $5K, and there are some good mid-values ​​also available with Swanson (discussed above), Marcel Ozuna ($4,200)And the Travis Darno ($4,400) And the Ozzy Albis ($4,700). Harris (discussed above) and Matt Olson ($4,600) It also makes sense that Freeland didn’t turn off the lights against the leftists either.

Chicago Cubs vs St. Louis Cardinals – The Cubs have been hitting the ball well lately, scoring the fourth-most kicks in Majors over the past 15 days, averaging six runs per competition. They get a good match in this competition against either of them Johan Oviedo ($7,400)who posted a 5.58 ERA in Triple-A, or Andre Ballante ($4,000) In the game Bullpen. Wilson Contreras ($4,500) He returns after an absence of one match after colliding with a stadium. Before the injury, he averaged 12.2 DKFP over his previous 10 competitions. Christopher Morell (discussed above) also hit the ball well and is a nice progressive mid-range option during Patrick Wisdom ($4,300), Ian Hap ($3,600) And the Frank Schwendel ($3,200) The bats are affordable in the middle of the system.


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