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We have a monster 15-game slate to break down today, and there are some great options across the board. There are a few high-priced pitchers on the slate you should be looking to pay up for, along with plenty of bats you want to jam into your lineups.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for DraftKings on 7/10/18. The lineup picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

You can also read more DFS advice and lineup picks for sites like FanDuel, and other sports too. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to hit me up on Twitter @DFS_Tom.

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DraftKings DFS Starting Pitchers

Trevor Bauer – P, CLE vs CIN (DK - $13,600)

Bauer is the most expensive pitcher on the slate today, but he is certainly worth the price. He comes in with eight or more strikeouts in nine of his last 10 starts, while allowing two or fewer walks in nine starts. Bauer has a 33% strikeout rate vs left-handed hitters this season and a 30% strikeout rate vs righties. Elite level numbers from the first time all-star, who should be in a spot to continue this success vs a very average Reds team.

Jhoulys Chacin – P, MIL @ MIA (DK - $8,500)

Chacin certainly isn’t the best pitcher on this slate, but he isn’t too expensive and has a great matchup in front of him today. First off, this is a great positive park shift in his favor being in Miami and away from Miller Park. He has posted 15 or more DraftKings points in seven of his last 10 starts while allowing two or fewer earned runs seven times. He is up against the Marlins who have a .303 team wOBA vs righties this season, along with a very uninspiring .131 ISO vs RHP.

 

DraftKings DFS Infielders

Austin Romine – C, NYY @ BAL (DK - $3,500)

Romine comes into this game with a .366 wOBA and a .194 ISO this season vs right-handed pitchers, which are very solid considering he is a right-handed hitter. He is facing off against Andrew Cashner who is giving up a .368 wOBA to righties.

Eric Thames – 1B, MIL @ MIA (DK - $4,900)

Thames should be one of your top targets today, considering how good he is against righties. He comes in with a .389 wOBA and a massive .328 ISO vs right-handed pitchers. Bit of a negative park shift for him being away from home, but he is up against a very young and inexperienced pitcher.

Ketel Marte – 2B, ARI @ COL (DK - $4,200)

Marte gets an automatic boosting tonight being at Coors Field, so plenty of reason to be rostering him. He has a .400 wOBA and a .274 ISO vs left-handed pitchers this season and will have the platoon advantage tonight.

Colin Moran – 3B, PIT vs WAS (DK - $3,200)

Moran is a bit of a cheaper option today, which is always great since there are some high-end pitching options you want to pay up for. He comes in with a .335 wOBA and a .168 ISO vs right-handed pitchers this season, which are very solid numbers for a player at his price. He is up against Jeremy Hellickson, who is giving up 1.59 HR/9 to lefties this season.

Yairo Munoz – SS, STL @ CWS (DK - $3,500)

Munoz is also a cheap option today who comes in with somewhat surprising .333 wOBA vs right-handed pitchers this season. He is up against Dylan Covey, who is giving up a 34% hard contact rate to righties this season and has given up four or more earned runs in four straight starts.

 

DraftKings DFS Outfielders

Kike Hernandez – OF, LAD @ SD (DK - $3,700)

Hernandez and the Dodgers righties should be a top target tonight since they are in a fantastic spot. They are facing off against Eric Lauer, who simply put, is not good. Lauer is giving up a .386 wOBA to right-handed hitters this season, along with 1.52 HR/9. Those are some really rough numbers to look at, so just plug in Hernandez.

Curtis Granderson – OF, TOR @ ATL (DK - $4,000)

Love the lefty vs righty splits Granderson has, so this is the spot you should be targeting him. He has a .363 wOBA and a .216 ISO this season vs right-handed pitchers which are surprisingly good numbers for the veteran. He is up against Julio Teheran, who is giving up a 42% fly ball rate and 1.49 HR/9 to lefties this season.

 

 

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