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FanDuel MLB DFS Lineup Picks (6/27/19): Daily Fantasy Baseball Advice


There are ten games on the schedule today, and I will be focusing on the early and main slates.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for FanDuel on 6/27/2019. 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 @Roto_Nate.

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FanDuel DFS Pitchers

Brad Peacock: HOU vs PIT ($7,900) (Early)

While he has struggled in the last month, Peacock has been pitching well at home with a 3.38 ERA. The Pirates have shown to be a good hitting team this season, but have struggled more away from home with a .311 team wOBA. It will be a quick turnaround today after the Pirates 14-run outburst last night, and I feel that this could be a letdown for their offense in today's game. There aren't many good pitching options on this slate, so Peacock may be one of the safest options at his price.

Stephen Strasburg: WSH at MIA ($10,400) (Main)

Strasburg has been on a stellar run against the Marlins since 2015, winning nine in a row with a 1.67 ERA. The Marlins offense hasn't gotten any better over the years, with a .283 wOBA against right-handed pitching this season. They also have a 25% strikeout rate against righties, so Strasburg has a high-strikeout upside today to go along with his -205 odds to win the game. He is the highest-priced pitcher by a longshot, but he should be able to reach his value.

 

FanDuel DFS Infielders

Eric Thames: C-1B, MIL vs SEA ($2,500) (Early)

Mike Leake has struggled with giving up the long ball this season, which shouldn't bode well when playing against the Brewers. Eric Thames has hit nine of his ten home runs against right-handed pitching to go along with a .366 wOBA.

Josh Donaldson: 3B, ATL at CHC ($3,200) (Early)

Donaldson has been getting back into form this season, boasting a .374 wOBA and .246 ISO against right-handed pitching. 13 of his 15 home runs have also come against right-handed pitching, but unfortunately, the wind is blowing a bit in from right field. I don't think the wind is enough of a factor to keep the Braves offense down today, as Tyler Chatwood has been significantly over-performing with a 6.22 FIP compared to a 3.65 ERA against right-handed hitting.

Joc Pederson: C-1B, LAD at COL ($4,100) (Main)

Peter Lambert has struggled mightily at Coors Field, surrendering nine runs in eight innings over his first two starts. The Dodgers should increase those numbers, and it will start with Joc Pederson who has a .398 wOBA and .356 ISO against right-handed pitching. He has hit all 20 of his home runs this season against righties, so I would guess there's a good chance he gets some hard contact against Lambert tonight.

Matt Chapman: 3B, OAK at LAA ($3,600) (Main)

Chapman has found his home run swing in bunches this season, and it seems like he is back in the groove again with three home runs in the last six games. Griffin Canning hasn't given up too many home runs this season but comes into this game with a 4.77 ERA against right-handed hitting and has been susceptible to having some rough outings.

 

FanDuel DFS Outfielders

Kyle Schwarber: OF, CHC vs ATL ($3,200) (Early)

Schwarber has been consistently hitting in the leadoff position in a lineup that should get to Bryse Wilson in today's matchup. In two major league games this season, Wilson allowed an 8.31 ERA. Schwarber is boasting a .336 wOBA and .238 ISO against right-handed pitching and is the lowest-priced part of the expensive top of the order Cubs stack.

Shohei Ohtani: OF, LAA vs OAK ($3,600) (Main) 

Ohtani has come down off of his torrid start to June but is still an intriguing option against Tanner Anderson. Anderson has allowed two home runs and a 6.75 ERA in just 6 2/3 innings of work against left-handed hitters. Ohtani has a .282/.336/.509 slash line and seven home runs against righties so far this season.

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