MLB DFS Preview for Draftkings, Fanduel lineups 9/22/23
Welcome to the MLB DFS Preview for Friday, September 22, 2023, on DraftKings and FanDuel. We’re here to break down the top hitters for tonight’s 11-game MLB slate, let’s dig in.
Before we dive into the top hitters, let’s take a quick look at the pitching matchups for tonight. We have some intriguing options on the mound:
Framber Valdez (HOU) – $11,300: Valdez has a solid 24.1% strikeout rate and a 3.69 Sierra. He’s known for inducing ground balls, with a 54% ground ball rate this year. He’s facing the Kansas City Royals, a team with a 23.8% strikeout rate against lefties.
Pablo Lopez (MIA) – $11,000: Lopez boasts an impressive 29.2% strikeout rate and a 3.40 Sierra. He’s up against the Los Angeles Angels, who have a 25.7% strikeout rate against right-handed pitchers.
Charlie Morton (ATL) – $10,300: Morton takes on the Washington Nationals, a team with some struggles this season. He’s a reliable option and worth considering.
Chris Sale (BOS) – $9,200: Sale has a strong 29.8% strikeout rate this season. He’s facing the Chicago White Sox, a team with a 24% strikeout rate against lefties.
Shane Bieber (CLE) – $9,500: Bieber is returning from the IL, and there are concerns about his pitch count. He’s a risky play tonight.
Top Stacks to Target
Now, let’s move on to the stacks and hitters. These are the players you should consider for your lineups:
The Braves are in a favorable matchup against Patrick Corbin. While there’s a chance of rain and some wind, it’s still a matchup you want to target. Look for hitters like Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman, and Ozzie Albies.
Los Angeles Dodgers
The Dodgers have a potent lineup and face Sean Manaea. Mookie Betts stands out as a top pick. He has a strong history against Manaea and could have a big night.
Facing Luke Weaver, the Diamondbacks have a great opportunity to score runs. Key hitters to consider include Corbin Carroll, Ketel Marte, and Christian Walker.
That wraps up our MLB DFS preview for Friday, September 22, 2023. Make sure to check the weather and starting lineups closer to lock time, and good luck with your DFS contests!
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