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Yesterday’s Perfect FanDuel MLB DFS Lineup (Wednesday 9/6/23)

MLB DFS Lineup

Yesterday’s Perfect FanDuel MLB DFS Lineup (Wednesday 9/6/23)

Have you ever found yourself deep in the trenches of daily fantasy sports, your mind buzzing with the question: What does the perfect FanDuel lineup look like? Wonder no more, for right here at TeamRiseOrFall, we bring you that coveted insight each day.

Let’s dive right into the fantasy baseball dream team from yesterday’s main slate.

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Player Lineup Analysis

Justin Verlander (HOU) – Pitcher ($9,500)

The anchor of this perfect lineup was none other than the masterful Justin Verlander. Commanding a salary that reflected his prowess, Verlander delivered a virtuoso performance, pitching a full 7 innings while only conceding one earned run. His six strikeouts accrued a solid 46 fantasy points, providing an excellent foundation for this winning roster.

Yordan Alvarez (HOU) – Outfielder ($3,900)

Alvarez, a diamond in the rough, made his presence known. With three hits, including a powerful home run, he amassed a grand total of 31.4 fantasy points. A standout performance at a reasonable price.

Anthony Santander (BAL) – Outfielder/First Baseman ($3,600)

Santander didn’t shy away from the spotlight either. Collecting three hits, three runs, and three RBIs, he garnered a dazzling 37.9 fantasy points, showcasing his versatility as an outfielder and first baseman.

Marcus Semien (TEX) – Second Baseman ($3,500)

Semien’s four-hit parade, coupled with four runs, was nothing short of spectacular. His incredible performance earned him 52.9 fantasy points, making him a key contributor to this winning lineup.

Nolan Gorman (STL) – Second Baseman/Third Baseman ($2,900)

At an enticing price, Gorman’s one hit and one run might seem modest, but in fantasy baseball, every point counts. His 41.1 fantasy points demonstrate how shrewd roster selections can pay dividends.

Luis Rengifo (LAA) – Second Baseman/Shortstop/Outfielder ($2,800)

Rengifo proved his worth with a performance that included three hits and two runs. While he didn’t go deep, his versatility across multiple positions makes him a valuable asset in the world of daily fantasy sports.

Austin Hays (BAL) – Outfielder ($2,800)

Hays stepped up with a performance that included four hits and four runs, contributing a significant 47.6 fantasy points. His consistency on the field translated into substantial gains for this lineup.

Jose Abreu (HOU) – First Baseman ($2,700)

Abreu’s reputation preceded him, and he lived up to the hype. With five hits, three runs, and two RBIs, he showcased why he’s a force to be reckoned with in the fantasy baseball arena, accumulating an impressive 60.9 fantasy points.

Andrew Vaughn (CHW) – First Baseman ($2,700)

Vaughn rounded out this perfect lineup with four hits and three runs, adding 34.4 fantasy points to the total. A solid performer who proved his mettle on this memorable night.

Total Dominance

The total salary for this immaculate lineup summed up to $34,400, a testament to the art of balancing cost and performance in the world of daily fantasy sports. However, the true measure of success lies in the staggering total fantasy points amassed: a jaw-dropping 377.4 

That’s all I’ve got for today 🤟❤💯

Thank you for checking out the article, I hope I was able to provide you with some value as you begin to build your DFS lineups for today’s contests.

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