Eric Thames starting for Brewers in finale with Cubs
Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Eric Thames is starting in Sunday afternoon's series finale against right-hander Tyler Chatwood and the Chicago Cubs.
Thames is back on first base and handling cleanup duty after being held out of the past two starting lineups against a pair of lefties. Yasmani Grandal is moving to catcher in place of Manny Pina and hitting second.
numberFire's models expect Thames to score 10.3 FanDuel points on Sunday. He's priced at $2,700.
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