Cal Raleigh sitting Thursday for Seattle
Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh is not in the starting lineup for Thursday's series opener against left-hander Rich Hill and the Boston Red Sox.
Luis Torrens is replacing Raleigh at catcher and hitting sixth. Raleigh started the previous two games and he hit his third home run of the season on Wednesday.
Torrens is currently numberFire's fourth-best point-per-dollar value among projected hitters on Thursday. He has a $2,100 salary and our models project him for 10.5 FanDuel points. Per our MLB Heat Map, the Mariners-Red Sox game features the most hitter-friendly park factor (1.093) in the majors on Thursday.
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