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MLB - Fantasy Baseball Daily Notes for July 1 Fantasy baseball daily notes for July 1129dMike SheetsEarly 2018 fantasy baseball rankings39dTristan H. CockcroftDynasty 300: Top players for 2018 and beyond53dTristan H. CockcroftTop players whose fantasy value changed for 201852dJoe KaiserHow to keep your league fun and interesting all season70dAJ MassCueto declines opt-out, with Giants through ''21San Francisco Giants16hThree more years: Tanaka to stick with YanksNew York Yankees2dAndrew MarchandPirates exercise 14.75M option on McCutchenPittsburgh Pirates2dMariners decline options for Gallardo, IwakumaSeattle Mariners4dPedroia out seven months after knee surgeryBoston Red Sox12dScott LauberNats'' Murphy has surgery to repair cartilageWashington Nationals17dBoston''s Rodriguez, Ramirez undergo surgeriesBoston Red Sox19dScott LauberDaily notes: Pitcher and hitter rankings for SaturdayThe San Francisco Giants'' Joe Panik has an enticing matchup on tap for Saturday.AP Photo/Morry GashFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerEmailcommentJun 30, 2017Mike SheetsFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintcommentSaturday features a full slate, headlined by the likes of Chris Sale, Zack Greinke, Carlos Carrasco and Jose Berrios. That''s all well and good, but that''s not why we''re here. We''re here to unearth some lesser-owned hitters and pitchers for streaming purposes. So let''s get right to it:PitchingPitchers to streamTyler Chatwood (R), 47 percent ownership in ESPN leagues, Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks: Chatwood''s last road start didn''t go so well, but we''re doubling down here. The righty still owns the second-lowest road ERA in baseball since 2013 (2.52), second only to the mighty Clayton Kershaw. Although walks have been an issue for Chatwood of late (12 over his last two starts), the Diamondbacks aren''t a team likely to take advantage, as they rank 20th in walk rate since the start of 2016. His 57 percent ground ball rate, which ranks fifth-best in baseball, helps in a power-friendly environment like Chase Field.Sam Gaviglio (R), 4 percent, Seattle Mariners at Los Angeles Angels: Gaviglio has been a welcome addition to the Mariners'' staff, stepping up while some veterans were or are disabled. He''s not flashy -- in fact, his skills are pedestrian. But in the right scenario, he can be a fantasy asset. This is such an occasion, as he''ll take the hill against a weak Angels offense in power-suppressing Angel Stadium.Rich Hill (L), 58 percent, Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres: Hill went seven innings against the Angels his last time out Obama Jersey, and it was the first time all season he lasted more than five frames. Needless to say, Hill has been a disappointment this season after being one of the best pitchers in baseball on a start-to-start basis in 2016. Hill''s last two starts (3.00 ERA, 15 K''s in 12 IP) could be an indication that he''s starting to turn the corner. Even if he''s not, Saturday''s matchup against San Diego should still yield favorable results. After all, the Padres are the worst team in baseball against left-handed pitching, sporting a 71 wRC+ to go along with a 25 percent whiff rate.Jordan Montgomery (L), 47 percent, New York Yankees at Houston Astros: If you''re streaming starters, a road matchup against Houston probably isn''t what you''re looking for. The Astros'' 114 wRC+ against lefties ranks second best in baseball, after all. That said, Montgomery just may be up to the challenge. The 24-year-old left-hander owns a 2.34 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 9.0 K/9 over his last seven outings, and his 13.7 swinging-strike rate ranks top five in the American League. He''s been a top-10 fantasy starter over the last month. The matchup still gives some pause, but don''t sleep on what Montgomery is doing right now.BullpenWhen the Cardinals entered the ninth inning with a two-run lead over the Diamondbacks on Wednesday, it was Trevor Rosenthal, not Seung-Hwan Oh, who got the call to close things out. Rosenthal didn''t make it look easy, as he allowed a run on a hit, two walks and two wild pitches before eventually slamming the door. It remains to be seen who manager Mike Matheny will call on the next time a save situation arises, but Oh hasn''t done himself any favors, allowing runs in three of his last four appearances and sporting a 5.73 ERA in June. Despite Wednesday''s shaky outing, Rosenthal was an elite closer not too long ago and currently sports a career-best 14.3 K/9 rate. He''s available in 88 percent of ESPN leagues.Pitcher to avoidCole Hamels (L), 85 percent, Texas Rangers at Chicago White Sox: I''m still being cautious with Hamels. The Indians blasted him for seven runs in 4 1/3 innings in his first start off the DL, and on Saturday, he gets a White Sox team that''s actually been the top offense in baseball against left-handed pitching this season (125 wRC+). I''m not worried about Hamels for the long term, but I''m going to let him shake off the rust before trusting him in an unfavorable matchup like this one.Projected game scoresGS is the projected game score for the pitcher https://www.floridateamgoods.com/gear/jeff-driskel-florida-jersey.aspx. A "" means that the pitcher lacks requisite career major league data to produce an accurate rating; these are the author''s ratings.Starting pitcher projected Game Scores for July 1GSTeamNameTOppW-LERAWHIP61Chris SaleL@TOR10-32.770.9160Rich HillL@SD4-44.601.4559Carlos CarrascoR@DET8-33.671.0857Zack GreinkeRCOL9-43.081.0656Jose BerriosR@KC7-22.980.9855Gio GonzalezL@STL7-22.871.2655Cole HamelsL@CWS2-04.381.3254Jake OdorizziR@BAL4-34.001.2451Dylan BundyRTB8-63.731.2250Zack WheelerRPHI3-55.291.5450Matt MooreL@PIT3-86.041.6150Jason HammelRMIN4-64.751.4450Tyler ChatwoodR@ARI6-84.321.3749Tom KoehlerR@MIL1-27.041.6449Sam GaviglioR@LAA3-23.381.2449Francis MartesRNYY2-05.511.5949Jordan MontgomeryL@HOU6-43.531.2149Ricky NolascoRSEA3-94.861.4349R.A. DickeyR@OAK6-54.631.3949Francisco LirianoLBOS4-35.461.6148Josh TomlinR@DET4-96.091.4548Michael WachaRWSH4-34.501.4748Derek HollandLTEX5-74.261.4847Zach DaviesRMIA8-44.961.5147Chad KuhlRSF2-65.581.5746Paul BlackburnRATL------46Anibal SanchezRCLE0-06.751.6646Jeremy HellicksonR@NYM5-54.401.2645Jordan ZimmermannRCLE5-55.531.4944Dillon OvertonLLAD0-06.381.2544Eddie ButlerR@CIN4-23.711.3544Felix JorgeR@KC------43Luke FarrellRMIN------42Jackson StephensRCHC------HittingCatcherSandy Leon (B), 4 percent, Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (LHP Francisco Liriano): Liriano sports his lowest strikeout rate since 2011 (21 percent) and the lowest chase rate (27 percent) and swing-and-miss rate (11 percent) of his career. He''s also had trouble against righties this season, evidenced by the .277/.383/.497 slash line against him. Leon, meanwhile, owns an OPS that''s 83 points higher versus lefties, and his 34 percent hard-contact rate is a career high.First baseMike Napoli (L), 18 percent, Texas Rangers at Chicago White Sox (LHP Derek Holland): This is a very appealing spot for Napoli https://www.floridateamgoods.com/gear/brandon-spikes-florida-jersey.aspx. He owns a career .516 slugging percentage versus southpaws, and Holland has looked like a batting practice pitcher in June, with a 9.55 ERA and eight homers allowed. That Guaranteed Rate Field boosts right-handed power is just a bonus.Second baseJoe Panik (L), 23 percent, San Francisco Giants at Pittsburgh Pirates (RHP Chad Kuhl): If you have access to any left-handed Giants batters on Saturday, you''re going to want to use them. Kuhl has allowed a career .320/.394/.580 slash line to lefty swingers, including a .354/.394/.580 line in 2017. You''d think the pitcher-friendly PNC Park would help, but a 7.36 home ERA says otherwise. Panik gets the platoon advantage and is batting .341/.404/.506 in June with more walks than strikeouts.Third baseDanny Valencia (R), 16 percent, Seattle Mariners at Los Angeles Angels (RHP Ricky Nolasco): Nolasco is surrendering a .313/.337/.500 slash line to right-handed batters this season. Even more noteworthy is the fact that he''s allowed multiple homers in a whopping 10 of 16 starts, putting him on pace to allow 45 dingers in 2017. In a matchup like this, it''s easy to see the appeal of Valencia, who has hit 70 percent of his homers against righties since 2015.ShortstopOrlando Arcia (R), 8 percent, Milwaukee Brewers vs. Miami Marlins (RHP Tom Koehler): Arcia has been on a tear in June, hitting .333/.372/.494 with four stolen bases. That production has made him a top-10 fantasy shortstop over the last 30 days, according to the ESPN Player Rater. He''s also fared better against right-handed pitching this year (.289/.325/.426), which puts him in a favorable spot against Koehler, who put up a 7.04 ERA in eight starts prior to his DL stint and demotion.Corner infieldLucas Duda (L), 10 percent, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies (RHP Jeremy Hellickson): Despite his low ownership, Duda has smashed righty pitching this year, ranking top 10 among first basemen, with a .393 wOBA. Meanwhile, Hellickson has pitched much worse than his 4.40 ERA suggests (5.48 FIP, 5.70 xFIP), and his career-low 4.5 K/9 (down from 7.3 in 2016) and 8.2 swinging-strike rate (down from 10.8) tell us he''s not fooling anyone this season.Middle infieldJosh Harrison (R), 60 percent, Pittsburgh Pirates vs. San Francisco Giants (LHP Matt Moore): Harrison is a popular target any time there''s a lefty on the mound. He''s produced a .397 wOBA against lefties this year, which ranks top three among second basemen. Moore, who owns an 8.88 ERA in June and an 8.39 ERA away from AT&T Park, doesn''t figure to slow Harrison down on Saturday.OutfieldDenard Span (L), 4 percent, San Francisco Giants at Pittsburgh Pirates (RHP Chad Kuhl): Span is the second Giants hitter we''re recommending against Kuhl, who can''t get left-handed batters out. The 33-year-old Span sported a .308/.365/.444 slash against righties from 2014-16, and 19 of his 21 extra-base hits this season have some against right-handed pitching.Mallex Smith (L), 26 percent, Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (RHP Dylan Bundy): Bundy''s season is going in the wrong direction: April: 1 Jeff Demps Jersey.65 ERA; May 3.92 ERA; June: 5.93 ERA. He''s allowed at least one homer in 10 straight starts, and his 35 percent hard-contact rate continues to rise. Smith, who owns a career .370 versus righty pitching, is a great target if you need steals. He has 11 stolen base attempts in 82 plate appearances against righties.Ben Gamel (L), 24 percent, Seattle Mariners at Los Angeles Angels (RHP Ricky Nolasco): Gamels owns a .409 OBP against righties and has been crushing in June, with a .373/.409/.510 slash line. And this is where I remind you that Nolasco, the owner of a 6.08 ERA at Angels Stadium, is on pace to allow 45 homers this season.Hitter matchup ratingsNotes: Hitter ratings account for the opposing starting pitcher''s history (three years'' worth, as well as the past 21 days) and ballpark factors. "LH" and "RH" ratings account only for left- and right-handed batters, respectively. Weighted on-base average (wOBA) is the primary statistic used in the calculation. Ratings range from 1 to 10, with 10 representing the best possible matchup, statistically speaking, and 1 representing the worst. So, for example, a 10 is a must-start rating, whereas a 1 should be avoided (if possible); a 1-2 is poor, 3-4 is fair, 5-6 is average, 7-8 is very good and 9-10 is excellent.Hitter matchup ratings for July HeadlinesComments ABOUT COOKIES We use cookies to offer an improved online experience. By clicking "OK" without changing your settings you are giving your consent to receive cookies.


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