MLB Daily Fantasy Helper: Friday 9/27/13
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Our baseball projections are updated throughout the day, so make sure to come back to double-check your optimized rosters for any last-minute lineup changes. Since most action happens later in the day, we will be ignoring the early games (if there are any) and focusing solely on the late contests. That way, you can use and tinker with our optimized rosters throughout the day.
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The Top Three Pitchers
Lance Lynn â€“ Lynn has allowed just three earned runs in his last three outings, and is looking to close the division up tonight against a Cubs team that ranks 11th in K%. Put him in your daily lineups.
Jose Alvarez â€“ Though it's on the road, he's 1-4 this year and this will only be his 6th start, Alvarez is intriguing against the awful Marlins. Using our nERD scoring, only the Astros are an easier opponent. Cost-efficiency, my friends.
Homer Bailey â€“ Homer hasn't pitched well against the Buccos this year (0-2 with a 3.50 ERA), he does pitch better at home (3.14 ERA) than on the road (3.61). Given his cost on most sites, he's a decent play against the Pirates lineup.
Top High-Priced Hitters
Shin-Soo Choo â€“ Though Choo is batting just .283 over the second half of the season, he's batting a nice .319 in September. He hasn't had much success against A.J. Burnett, he has hit a homer with his 16 at bats. Expect Choo to have a nice night.
Robinson Cano â€“ As long as he keeps hitting the way he does, he should continue to be in your lineup. Even though Cano was held hitless last night, he's still batting a ridiculous .337 in September. Keep him going before the season ends.
Cost-Effective, Mid-Range Hitter
James Loney â€“ Loney has 10 hits in his last six games, including back-to-back three-hit contests. He'll face the home run giver R.A. Dickey tonight.