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FanDuel MLB DFS Lineup Picks (6/20/19): Daily Fantasy Baseball Advice

There are 12 games on the schedule today, but I will be focusing my research on the ten-game main slate.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for FanDuel on 6/20/2019. The picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

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FanDuel DFS Pitchers

Frankie Montas: OAK vs TB ($9,300)

Montas could be a low-owned option on a slate with a lot of pitching options. From the outside looking in, the Rays may not be a team you want to roster a pitcher against, but they have been averaging fewer runs on the road this season. They have also hit a bit of lull over the past week, scoring three or fewer runs in five of their past seven games. Including their last series against the Yankees where they only managed four runs in three games. Montas has allowed three or fewer runs in 13 of his 14 starts this season, and the A's are 10-4 when he takes the mound.


FanDuel DFS Infielders

Max Muncy: C-1B, LAD vs SFG ($3,800) 

I will have my eyes glued to this game when Muncy steps up to the plate against Madison Bumgarner. This will be their first matchup since the Muncy home run when his admiring of the ball caught the ire of Bumgarner. This should be some guaranteed fireworks, and my only worry would be that anything too serious could result in Muncy and Bumgarner being sent to the showers early. However, the fireworks aren't the only reason for Muncy being included here. He also boasts a .411 wOBA and .280 ISO against left-handers, and as discussed above, we know that Muncy hits the ball well against this pitcher.

Daniel Vogelbach: C-1B, SEA vs BAL ($3,900) 

Dylan Bundy's biggest struggle has been with the long ball, allowing 15 home runs in 14 starts. He enters this game with a 4.44 ERA both on the road and at home, so he has been equally bad wherever he toes the rubber. If anyone on the Mariners is going to take Bundy deep tonight, it will be Vogelbach, as he comes into this game with a .434 wOBA and .321 ISO against right-handed pitching.

Hanser Alberto: 2B, BAL at SEA ($2,500)

We should see some offensive fireworks in this game, as the Mariners will hand the ball to Wade LeBlanc and his 6.20 ERA. The Mariners could be using an opener before handing the ball to LeBlanc, who struggled in that scenario in his last outing with six earned runs in 2 2/3 innings. Alberto has recorded hits in seven of his last nine games and boasts a .416 wOBA against left-handed pitching.

Alex Bregman: SS, HOU at NYY ($4,300)

It looks like Chad Green will get the opener role for the Yankees tonight and despite a good string of ten outings that has lowered his ERA seven points, the Yankees have allowed an average of 4.1 runs in those games as a group. Bregman has been one of the hottest hitters over the past 14 days for the Astros, with three home runs and a .371 wOBA. Another solid option against the Yankees would be Yordan Alvarez, who has had a debut to remember with four home runs in his first eight games.


FanDuel DFS Outfielders

Shohei Ohtani: OF, LAA at TOR ($4,000) 

Leaving out the obvious option of Mike Trout, we will want to attack Clayton Richard with as many good bats as we can. Ohtani will be a nice addition to an Angels stack, as he has recorded a .382 wOBA and .200 ISO this season against left-handed pitching. Ohtani is starting to heat up in a year where he will be focusing on only hitting, hitting four home runs in his last ten games. We didn't see his full potential last season when trying to adjust to life both on the mound and at the plate, but this could be the beginning of him carving a niche in the Majors as an elite hitter.

Jesse Winker: OF, CIN at MIL ($2,700) 

Winker is another player who is heating up at the plate, hitting two home runs over his last three games. He also boasts a .350 wOBA and .260 ISO against right-handed pitching. Jimmy Nelson didn't fare well in his first two outings of the season, allowing four earned runs and three walks in each game. I would expect him to improve those numbers once he shakes the rust off, but I can't see the effects of a shoulder injury going away this quickly. The chances are we will see another rough outing from him in this game, and Winker will play a big part in it.

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