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FanDuel MLB DFS Lineup Picks (6/10/19): Daily Fantasy Baseball Advice

Tonight's main slate starts at 7:05 pm eastern and includes all nine of Monday's games.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for FanDuel on 6/10/2019. The picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

We also provide DFS lineup picks for DraftKings and other sports. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me on Twitter @TroyKlauder.

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FanDuel DFS Pitchers

Anibal Sanchez: SP, WSH at CWS ($7,300)

In his two starts since returning from the injured list, Sanchez has allowed just two earned runs in 11 1/3 innings while striking out 14 batters and only walking two. He should be counted on as a source of strikeouts in a rematch with the White Sox, who have the second-highest K-rate against right-handed pitchers with their 26.2% mark. They also have a below-average .305 wOBA versus righties, so Sanchez is a nice value play to target at this price.

Kevin Gausman: SP, ATL vs PIT ($6,000)

Gausman is deservedly the lowest price starter after melting down in his last two starts, but there's still some potential here as a contrarian play. Gausman still has a tolerable 4.01 FIP on the year and was coming off of three straight quality starts before his implosions. If he can bounce back tonight, there's definitely room for profit. You'll be able to load up on expensive bats and get him at a low ownership, as long as you're willing to take the risk.


FanDuel DFS Infielders

Rhys Hoskins: 1B, PHI vs ARI ($4,100)

While Hoskins has been cold lately, he is still one of the highest upside bats at first base thanks to his power potential. He's in an extreme hitter's park at home against a weak starter in Taylor Clarke, who has a 4.43 ERA in 22 1/3 major league innings. Hoskins should see plenty of RBI opportunities batting fourth for the Phillies and is a strong investment in this matchup.

Brendan Rodgers: 2B, COL vs CHC ($3,000)

The start to Rodgers big league career hasn't gone as we have hoped, but a homestand in the league's top offensive environment can quickly turn that around. The Rockies top prospect is one of the cheapest bats you will find in Coors Field, and he fills the weakest position on the slate. Assuming that he gets the start, Rodgers is a worthwhile speculative play.

Justin Turner: 3B, LAD at LAA ($3,100)

It's tough to imagine that Turner's price will be this low for much longer, as he's been destroying the ball over the last two weeks, batting .436 with a 1.027 OPS. While home runs have been hard to come by, Turner will rack up lots of runs and RBI batting third in the loaded Dodgers lineup. Buy in while you still can.

Gleyber Torres: SS, NYY vs NYM ($3,400)

Torres is in a great spot in hitter-friendly Yankee Stadium against a lefty, as he's got a 120 career wRC+ against southpaws. Mets starter Jason Vargas is outperforming his peripherals, as his awful 5.13 Deserved Run Average and 5.05 SIERA suggest that there's significant regression on the way. Torres and the Yankees should have a big showing against him.


FanDuel DFS Outfielders

Juan Soto: OF, WSH at CWS ($3,900)

Soto has been in his elite form over the last month, batting .320 with a .940 OPS. The White Sox have been forced to trot out Odrisamer Despaigne tonight, who is coming off of a terrible 6.69 ERA last year, so the Nats hitters will be able to feast against him. As their cleanup hitter, Soto is in line for plenty of production.

Jarrod Dyson: OF, ARI at PHI ($2,800)

Dyson has upside as the Diamondbacks leadoff hitter, as he will be able to maximize his plate appearances, giving him the highest number of chances to get on base and score. He's in a hitter's park against Jerad Eickhoff, who has struggled to a 4.95 FIP. Dyson also provides some speed upside with 14 steals on the year.

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