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DAILY FANTASY RUNDOWN
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These are your daily fantasy baseball plays for Friday September 20th in the roster style of Fantasy Aces. I’ve ranked each player by position for my favorite player for that position. I have the most confidence in the guy at the top of the list to be the top producer at his position for Friday. @mattbell211’s fantasy baseball advice is specifically for Fantasy Aces MLB roster format which is slightly different (in a good way!) than any other daily fantasy baseball rosters in the DFS world. 1B/3B (corner infielders) & 2B/SS (interior infielders) are interchangeable. There are also fantasy players that are specifically labeled IF (infield). These IF players are essentially infield utility players and can be plugged in at any infield position on your roster. Fantasy Aces also has a Utility Players (any position except pitcher). The flexibility in building your roster is a great feature on Fantasy Aces and opens up a variety of options

PITCHER

  1. Bartolo Colon – He’s not going to be the prettiest pick on Friday, but I like what he brings to the table at a salary of $6,500.  I really expect the A’s to win this game versus the Twins as they are throwing a left-handed pitcher that the A’s should just smash. Colon has made 3 starts in the month of September and has managed a 0.95 ERA in those 3 starts and has managed to strike out 7 hitters in the last 2. He only averages 5 strike outs per 9 innings, but should reach that with ease against the Twins who are striking out a ton since the all-star break. I’m all in on Colon Friday as my top pitcher.

CATCHER

  1. Salvador Perez – Perez is hitting .368 with a home run in his last 10 games and hitting .382 for the month of September. He’s batting .310 against left-handed pitching and .326 at home this year.
  2. Wilson Ramos – Ramos is 3 of 3 in small sample size against Turner. He’s hot right now hitting .333 with 5 home runs in the last 10 games and hitting close to .300 at home this year.
  3. Carlos Santana – He’s hitting .361 with a home run in his last 10 games. He’s taking on a left-handed pitcher who has reverse splits and Santana is hitting .310 against left-handed pitching.
  4. Yadier Molina – He’s starting to get his groove back hitting .293 with 2 home runs in the last 10 games. He’s hitting .314 versus right-handed pitching and .332 on the road.
  5. Matt Wieters – He’s not a guy I’m probably going to roster, but it’s hard to ignore the splits of 12 of 35 with a home run against David Price. Wieters is hitting .270 versus left-handed this year, but has hit them much better in the past.

1B/3B (I’ve ranked them in order by their individual positions)

  1. Paul Goldschmidt – He’s on fire right now hitting .447 with 3 home runs in his last 10 games. He’s 4 of 11 with a home run against Chacin and hitting over .300 on the road this year. The road average is only going to get better playing at the hitter friendly Coors Field.
  2. Matt Adam – I’m going to assume he’s healthy and back in the lineup, because Brewers starter Hellweg is allowing left-handed batters to hit over .450 against him. Adams is hitting .324 with 3 home runs in his last 10 games.
  3. Eric Hosmer – He’s hitting .357 with a home run in his last 10 games and .343 for the month of September. Esmil Rogers is allowing left-handed batters to hit .290 against him and Hosmer is also hitting close to .300 at home.
  4. Prince Fielder – Prince is finally hitting the ball with an average of .359 and 2 home runs over the last 10 games. He’s hitting .377 for the month of September as well.
  5. Nate Freiman – He’s always a guy I consider against left-handed pitching, but he has been cool lately making him a slight risk. He is very cheap, however and hitting .306 against left-handed pitching this year.
  1. Josh Donaldson – This guy is my favorite play of the day with a left-handed pitcher on the mound against him. Donaldson is hitting .406 with 2 home runs in his last 10 games. He’s batting .335 against left-handed pitching and .375 for the month of September.
  2. Ryan Zimmerman – He’s just crushing balls lately hitting .317 with 5 home runs in the last 10 games and .322 over the last 30 days. He’s batting over .300 at home this year as well.
  3. Chase Headley – Yes I know he’s sucked most of the year, but he’s hitting .353 with 3 home runs in his last 10 games and .300 for the month of September.
  4. Miguel Cabrera – He’s ranked low, because he’s not been just killing the baseball lately. He’s got a high price tag which makes him a risk to me, but he is still hitting .340 against right handed pitching this year.
  5. Michael Young – He’s batting .318 in the last 10 games and has a past of being very good against left-handed pitching.

2B/SS (I’ve ranked them in order by their individual positions)

  1. Matt Carpenter – He’s not as good on the road as he is at home, but with Hellweg on the mound I love Carpenter Friday. He’s hitting .450 in the last 10 games and .341 against right-handed pitching this year.
  2. Robinson Cano – He’s hitting .359 with a home run in the last 10 games and is always a threat at home. He’s batting .326 against right-handed pitching this year and should get on base in this one.
  3. Jose Altuve – He’s a guy not too many people play, but he is hitting .400 with a home run over and 4 stolen bases in his last 10 games.
  4. Dustin Pedroia – He’s 5 of 10 off Esmil Rogers and batting .321 in the last 30 days. He’s batting over .300 at home this year as well.
  5. Jason Kipnis – This is a reverse split here as Oberholtzer allows left-handed batters to hit .313 making Kipnis a favorable play on Friday. Kipnis is hitting .297 against left-handed pitching this year.
  1. Troy Tulowitzki – He’s batting .324 in the last 10 games and hits .350 at home this year. He’s always good against right-handed pitching and plays at Coors Field on Friday.
  2. Scooter Gennett – You know by now I really like playing this guy. He’s hitting .303 in his last 10 games and gets a match up with Shelby Miller who struggles on the road and against left-handed hitters. Gennett is hitting .372 against right-handed pitching this year.
  3. Jed Lowrie – He’s a switch hitter facing a left-handed pitcher on Friday and is hitting right at .300 against left-handed pitching this year. He’s batting .293 in the last 30 days.
  4. Elvis Andrus – Elvis is batting .333 with a home run in his last 10 games. He’s batting .300 in his career against Santana in 40 at bats and hitting .353 over the last 30 days.
  5. JJ Hardy – I’m not to found of these Orioles match ups against Price, but He is 10 of 32 against him. He’s also hitting .333 for the month of September.

OUTFIELDERS

  1. Ryan Raburn – He’s batting .310 with 3 home runs in his last 10 games and hitting .304 in the last 30 days. He’s been a target all year against left-handed pitching and maintains an average of .319 against them.
  2. Hunter Pence – Pence is on fire right now hitting .358 with 6 home runs in his last 10 games. He’s hitting close to .300 on the road this year and batting .329 against left-handed pitching.
  3. Jon Jay – He’s another cheap outfield option and also a left-handed batter taking on Hellweg. He’s hitting .286 in the last 10 games.
  4. Josh Hamilton – He’s hitting .317 with 2 home runs in the last 10 games and facing Erasmo Ramirez whose allowing left-handed batter to hit .282 against him. Hamilton is hitting .326 in the last 30 days.
  5. Alex Gordon – He’s facing Martin Perez whose allowing left-handed batters to hit .290 against him. Gordon is hitting .315 against left-handed pitching this year and batting .302 with 3 home runs over his last 10 games.
  6. Andrew McCutchen – Cutch is hitting .406 with a home run over the last 10 games and has homered twice off Latos in 18 at bats. He’s hitting .352 at home this year.
  7. Denard Span – He’s currently on a 14 game hitting streak and batting .348 for the month of September. Span is hitting .326 with 5 stolen bases in the last 10 games and batting over .300 at home this year.
  8. Bryce Harper – Harper is 3 of 6 with 2 home runs off Turner and hitting right at .300 in his last 10 games. He’s been a monster against right-handed pitching at home in his short career.
  9. Christian Yelich – He’s batting .344 for the month of September and hitting .303 in his last 10 games. He’s got an average of .349 against right-handed pitching this year.

DH

  1. David Ortiz – I’ve already talked about how Rogers struggles against left-handed batters and Ortiz should capitalize on that struggle. Ortiz is hitting .338 versus right-handed pitching and .309 at home this year.

I can’t give you any more guys I like on Friday, but I can tell you just about everyone I will roster on Fantasy Aces is going to come from this list of guys. Thank you for reading and as always this article is brought to you by @mattbell211. Hit me up on twitter with any last minute questions and as always, you can find me in the MLB Daily Fantasy Forum here at LuDawgs!

1 Comment

  1. LHitch09

    September 19, 2013 at 11:50 pm

    great content as always Bell..keep grinding buddy.

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