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MLB DFS Top Plays for Friday 7-28-23

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Welcome to our MLB DFS Top Plays article for Friday 7-28-23. In this article, we unveil the most potent and promising individual hitters for today’s action-packed MLB DFS slate. Prepare to elevate your game with this curated list of players who possess the potential to dominate the diamond and lead your fantasy team to victory. Let’s dive into the world of elite batters who are primed to shine!

Matt Olson

Our first star of the night, Matt Olson, emerges as a force to be reckoned with when facing right-handed pitchers. With an impressive 27 homers, a stellar .383 OBP, a formidable .341 ISO, and a blistering 160 wRC+ in 342 plate appearances against righties this year, Olson’s thunderous bat poses a significant threat to any opposing pitcher.

Jose Ramirez

Fresh off a two-home-run game, Jose Ramirez appears poised to ignite a red-hot streak. He has a favorable ballpark upgrade in Chicago tonight and could be the catalyst for a monumental performance. Opposing pitcher Touki Toussaint’s xFIP of 5.08 indicates he may be vulnerable, making Ramirez’s .198 ISO and .388 wOBA against right-handed pitching all the more alluring.

Nolan Arenado

The seasoned Nolan Arenado exhibits a masterful approach against left-handed pitchers, boasting a .332 OBP, a dominant .312 ISO, and an impressive 148 wRC+ since 2021. While he might be a bit pricier on FD, Arenado’s prowess on DK, especially if facing Drew Smyly of the Cubs, makes him a standout stud for your roster.

Mookie Betts

Behold, one of baseball’s finest talents, Mookie Betts, ready to unleash his prowess against left-handed pitching. Sporting an intimidating .416 ISO and a staggering .440 wOBA in such matchups this season, Betts is poised to dominate against Brandon Williamson of the Reds, who has struggled with a 4.60 ERA and 5.10 xFIP. With his astounding home performance and 15 out of 27 home runs at Dodgers Stadium this year, Betts’ bat is nothing short of electric.

Michael Harris

Burgeoning star Michael Harris has swiftly proven his worth against right-handed pitchers. Since joining the majors last year, Harris has amassed eight homers, a .340 OBP, a notable .179 ISO, and an impressive 120 wRC+ in 259 plate appearances at home. Additionally, his recent stats in the previous 30 days, with three homers, five stolen bases, a .354 OBP, a robust .216 ISO, and an enticing 135 wRC+, suggest he’s ready to set the field ablaze.

Gabriel Arias

Though not officially in the Guardians lineup yet, Gabriel Arias presents an intriguing opportunity with his favorable price tag on DraftKings and FanDuel. Expect him to deliver when facing right-handed pitchers, as evidenced by his .173 ISO and .344 wOBA this season. Touki Toussaint’s 5.08 xFIP only adds to the appeal of including Arias in your roster if he secures a spot in the lineup.

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Edouard Julien

Rookie sensation Edouard Julien has been an unstoppable force when facing right-handed pitchers. In his young campaign, he’s recorded an impressive 10 homers, a robust .412 OBP, a staggering .287 ISO, and an eye-catching 180 wRC+ in 178 plate appearances. Keep a close eye on Julien, as his meteoric rise is set to captivate baseball fans worldwide.

Brent Rooker

Brent Rooker’s prowess against left-handed pitchers promises an electrifying showdown at Coors Field. With a formidable .256 ISO and an enticing .366 wOBA in such matchups this season, Rooker is a strong contender to deliver a powerhouse performance. While Kyle Freeland might have better numbers at home, his recent return from an injury might create an opening for Rooker to thrive.

Teoscar Hernandez

Teoscar Hernandez’s dominance against left-handed pitchers is a sight to behold. Since 2021, he has boasted a .359 OBP, a staggering .343 ISO, and a formidable 178 wRC+ in 326 plate appearances. Hernandez’s ability to dismantle lefty pitchers makes him an exciting addition to any DFS roster.

J.D. Martinez

The indomitable J.D. Martinez shines brightest against left-handed pitchers, showcasing an impressive .208 ISO and a commendable .329 wOBA this season. With Brandon Williamson’s struggles against right-handed hitters, Martinez is poised to take full advantage of the rookie’s vulnerabilities. Furthermore, his stellar home performance, with 12 of 25 home runs at Dodgers Stadium, solidifies Martinez’s position as a must-have player.

Tom Murphy

Facing left-handed pitchers brings out the best in Tom Murphy, as evident from his stellar .358 OBP, a formidable .205 ISO, and an impressive 129 wRC+ in 245 plate appearances since 2021. With such consistent success against lefties, Murphy is a dependable choice for your fantasy lineup.

Tyler O’Neill

Despite a somewhat challenging season, Tyler O’Neill’s previous success against left-handed pitching makes him an appealing option for tonight’s slate. With a notable .179 ISO and an enticing .349 wOBA in such matchups last year, O’Neill could capitalize on Drew Smyly’s struggles against right-handed hitters. Factor in the favorable conditions in St. Louis, and O’Neill becomes an enticing bargain, particularly on FanDuel.

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