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MLB DFS Top Hitters for Draftkings and Fanduel lineups 9/13/23

MLB DFS Top Plays

When it comes to MLB DFS, finding the right hitters for your Draftkings and Fanduel lineups is crucial. These top hitters can be the game-changers that lead your fantasy team to victory. In this article, we’ll take a close look at some of the best options for Wednesday, September 13, 2023. Let’s dive in and uncover the hidden gems that could give your lineup an edge.

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Yordan Alvarez – The Powerhouse

Yordan Alvarez has been a force to be reckoned with in the batter’s box this season. In his 275 plate appearances against right-handed pitchers, he has launched an impressive 20 home runs. But it doesn’t stop there; Alvarez boasts a remarkable .425 OBP, a powerful .317 ISO, and a scorching 182 wRC+. These stats make him a standout choice for your DFS lineup, especially when facing righties.

Christian Walker – Crushing Lefties

Christian Walker is having a standout season, showcasing his prowess at the plate. With a slash line of .264/.340/.504, he’s displayed his hitting prowess. Walker has already knocked 30 home runs and maintains a solid 124 wRC+. His impressive .458 xSLG and 11.2% barrel rate indicate consistent power potential. What makes him even more intriguing is his ability to dominate left-handed pitching, boasting a .589 slugging percentage against southpaws, along with 12 home runs.

On the other side, Joey Lucchesi might look decent with a 3.54 ERA, but diving deeper into the advanced metrics reveals a different story. Lucchesi carries a concerning 5.95 xERA and a 4.60 xFIP, indicating he’s been somewhat lucky. Right-handed hitters, in particular, have found success against him, slugging .452, which aligns with his career mark of .451. All these factors align to make Walker a promising DFS pick today.

Bo Bichette – Lefty Specialist

Bo Bichette has established himself as a formidable hitter against left-handed pitchers. Since 2021, he’s smashed 17 homers with a .374 OBP, a robust .212 ISO, and an impressive 149 wRC+ in 377 plate appearances. These numbers highlight his consistency when facing southpaws.

Triston Casas – A Midrange Gem

Triston Casas is in the midst of a breakout season, impressing fans with his bat. His slash line of .265/.366/.494, along with 24 home runs and a 129 wRC+, speaks volumes about his hitting abilities. The advanced metrics are equally promising; a stellar .507 xSLG, a noteworthy 13.3% barrel rate, a 47% hard-hit rate, an average exit velocity of 91.3 MPH, and a 36.3% sweet-spot rate paint a picture of a rising star.

On the mound, Clarke Schmidt may appear decent with a 4.54 ERA, but a closer look reveals a concerning 4.19 xFIP. Left-handed hitters, in particular, have found success against him, slugging .504 with a .374 wOBA. Casas, with his underpriced value and impressive stats, looks like an enticing option for your DFS lineup today.

Jordan Lawlar – A Rising Star

Jordan Lawlar’s MLB career is in its early stages, but the young prospect shows immense potential. With a solid performance in Double-A and Triple-A, including a .278/.378/.496 slash line, 20 home runs, and 36 stolen bases, Lawlar is ranked as the No. 10 prospect in baseball. Despite his limited experience, Lawlar’s upside makes him a valuable and affordable addition to your DFS lineup.

Luis Robert Jr. – A Season to Remember

Luis Robert Jr. is having a standout season in 2023. His impressive slash line of .270/.323/.548 includes a staggering 35 home runs and a 131 wRC+. Robert is consistently hitting the ball hard with a .526 xSLG, a 15.4% barrel rate, and a 37.3% sweet-spot rate. Facing Alec Marsh, who has struggled in his rookie season with a 6.11 xERA and a 5.10 xFIP, Robert has a favorable matchup. Right-handed hitters have been particularly successful against Marsh, slugging .588. All signs point to Robert as a top DFS pick for today.

Jazz Chisholm Jr. – Power and Speed

Despite facing injury setbacks this season, Jazz Chisholm Jr. remains a potent force at the plate. With a .252/.298/.452 slash line, 16 home runs, and 19 stolen bases in 82 games, Chisholm offers versatility for fantasy production. Facing Colin Rea, who carries a 4.60 xERA and a 4.42 xFIP, Chisholm has a favorable matchup, especially for left-handed hitters who have slugged .510 against Rea this season. Chisholm’s combination of power and speed makes him a compelling DFS choice.

Joey Wiemer – Rookie Power

Joey Wiemer, despite his rookie status, has shown promise against left-handed pitchers. In 117 plate appearances, he’s managed seven homers, a .308 OBP, a strong .259 ISO, and an impressive 123 wRC+. His ability to deliver power against lefties adds an interesting dimension to your DFS lineup.

That’s all I’ve got for today 🤟❤💯

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