P- Noah Syndergaard (vs. Cincinnati Reds): $11,000. Syndergaard appears to be back folks. Over his last three starts, he owns a 1.23 ERA with 17 strikeouts in 22 innings pitched. In his last start against the Reds, Thor went 6.2 innings and struck out nine, while giving up three earned runs. If he pitches to his full potential, Syndergaard is easily capable of a 25+ point performance.
P- Marcus Stroman (vs. New York Yankees): $7,400. Stroman has struggled over his last few starts, but he has shown great career success against the Yankees. In his sole start against New York this season, he allowed only two runs over eight innings pitched. In 72 career at bats against Stroman, the Yankees are batting .139, with a .194 OBP, and a .281 slugging percentage. Over the last seven games, the Yankees are ranked 27th in OPS, 24th in OBP, and 27th in slugging percentage.
P- Jacob deGrom (vs. Pittsburgh Pirates): $9,500. In the last seven games, the Pirates offense is only batting .230, which is ranked 22nd in Major League Baseball. While the Pirates do have a solid lineup, an elite arm like deGrom should be able to handle them. At only $9,500, deGrom could be a steal.
P- Joe Ross (vs. Chicago White Sox): $9,700. In the past seven games, the White Sox offense has been absolutely brutal. They are batting 202, which is the third worst in baseball. They have also only scored 21 runs, which is the second worst in baseball. Joe Ross has the ability to put up huge strikeout numbers and really dominate a struggling team such as the White Sox.
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