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MLB DFS Picks for FanDuel and DraftKings – 5/13/17

DailyRotoHelp is back with more mlb dfs analysis for  your 5/13/17 breakdown! Let’s take a look at some plays we like in the form of Top and Value Pitching, Value bats, and some Top BVP plays to go along with some pitchers we think you should avoid today as well.

Fanduel Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (5/13/17): MLB DFS Advice

DraftKings Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (5/13/17): MLB DFS Advice

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Daily Matchups for 5/13/2017

Pitchers:

Cash Pitchers

Luis Severino- Whatever it was this off-season that Severino did, it has been absolutely amazing to see this transformation from last year to this year. He is coming into this match-up with the Astros with a 2-2 record, 3.40 ERA, .91 WHIP. He’s coming off a terrific performance against the Cubs where he pitched 7 innings of 4 hit ball allowing 1 ER and 9 Ks. The only thing we have to look out for today is the weather as it appears that rain is very likely.

Career vs Current Astros Roster

AVG: 0.188 [3 for 16], BABIP: 0.231, K%: 16.7, BB%: 5.6
FIP: 2.47 Groundout: 5 Strikeout: 3Single: 2 Pop Out: 2 Flyout: 2Double: 1 Hit By Pitch: 1 Walk: 1Grounded Into DP: 1

Chris Sale- If there was ever a definition of a pitcher putting the team on his back, it’s this guy right here. Sale has given every thing he has for the Red Sox. Sale has a 3-2 record but an amazing 1.92 ERA with that record. You’d think it would be higher than that but he’s losing games by 1 or 2 runs too often. He’s coming off back to back wins against both BAL and MIN where he has a combined 14 IP and 21 Ks. We definitely expect Sale to mirror his recent results against a Tampa Bay team that he has held to 17 hits in 114 ABs (.149 BA) with 43 Ks and a 34.1 K% to only a 7.9 W%.

Career vs Current Rays Roster

AVG: 0.149 [17 for 114], BABIP: 0.236, K%: 34.1, BB%: 7.9
FIP: 1.46 Strikeout: 43 Groundout: 24 Single: 15Flyout: 12 Walk: 10 Pop Out: 8 Lineout: 6 Double: 2Forceout: 1 Sac Bunt: 1 Grounded Into DP: 1 Double Play: 1 Field Error: 1 Hit By Pitch: 1

Jon Lester- It’s very true that the Cubs are underperforming so far this season as they sit in 4th place, but it’s not due to this guy. He has been his normal self coming into today’s match-up. Lester comes in with a 1-1 record, 3.27 ERA, 1.35 WHIP, and 40 Ks. He’s coming off a great performance against the Yankees where he pitched 7 strong innings of 3 hits, 2 runs, 1 ER and 9 Ks. Most nights that would be enough but remember, this was the game I was supposed to be at and it was the 18 inning affair. He gets a great match-up against the Cardinals who he has dominated allowing only 27 hits in 150 ABs (.180 BA) with a 29.1 K% to only 6.7 BB% and 48 Ks. Look for this to be a great afternoon tilt against Michael Wacha.

Career vs Current Cardinals Roster

AVG: 0.180 [27 for 150], BABIP: 0.240, K%: 29.1, BB%: 6.7
FIP: 2.30 Strikeout: 48 Groundout: 37 Flyout: 21Single: 18 Walk: 11 Lineout: 10 Double: 6 Pop Out: 4Sac Fly: 3 Home Run: 2 Grounded Into DP: 1Forceout: 1 Bunt Groundout: 1 Sac Bunt: 1 Triple: 1

GPP (Tournament Pitchers)

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The article contains GPP pitchers, and 5-6 plays at each position and teams to stack and players for the stacks.

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