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We have a split slate of games which is normal for a Thursday and gives us six games in the early slate which starts at 12 pm and a four-game night slate. Solid options across the board, so I'll try to hit on a few from each slate.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for FanDuel on 6/28/18. The lineup picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

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

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FanDuel DFS Pitchers

Jon Gray - P, COL @ SFG (FD - $8,400)

Gray gets a nice positive park shift being away from Coors and now in one of the best pitcher's parks in the league. He has posted nine or more strikeouts in three straight starts and is now up against the Giants who have a 24% strikeout rate vs right-handed pitchers. The Giants come in with a very average team wOBA sitting at .315 vs right-handed pitchers this season. Love the park upgrade and up against a Giants' offense, which truly isn't that threatening.

Michael Fulmer - P, DET vs OAK (FD - $7,700)

Fulmer has posted 35 or more FanDuel points in three straight games and is now in a spot to continue that trend. He is up against the Oakland Athletics, who have a 22% strikeout rate vs right-handed pitchers. Fulmer has allowed only five earned runs in his last three starts combined, along with having seven or more strikeouts in two of those three starts. He also keeps the walk super low as of late, so, overall good consistency as of late.

 

FanDuel DFS Infielders

Logan Morrison - 1B, MIN @ CWS (FD - $2,600)

Morrison comes in with a .174 ISO this season vs right-handed pitchers, which gives him some nice power upside. He is facing off against Lucas Giolito, who is giving up 1.42 HR/9 to lefties this season. Love the savings Morrison brings, along with having the platoon advantage against a home run prone pitcher.

Jonathan Schoop - 2B, BAL vs SEA (FD - $2,600)

Schoop is another cheaper option today, who also has some power upside. Schoop is showing some reverse splits this season, with a .188 ISO vs right-handed pitchers, compared to his .082 ISO vs lefties. Great park factor in his favor, should make him a salary saving option with the power upside you want for tournaments.

Kyle Seager - 3B, SEA @ BAL (FD - $3,300)

Seager has a home run in two straight games, so why not roll with the hot hand? He has a very strong .212 ISO vs right-handed pitchers and comes in with the platoon advantage. The Mariners come in with an implied run total sitting at 5.06, which is second highest on the day.

Kike Hernandez - SS, LOS vs CHC (FD - $3,000)

Hernandez is a really nice price today and comes in with a .352 wOBA vs left-handed pitchers this season. He has posted 12 or more FanDuel points in five straight games, with three home runs in this span. Dodgers have an implied run total sitting at 4.40 and he makes a nice addition to a Dodgers stack.

 

FanDuel DFS Outfielders

Mike Trout - OF, LAA @ BOS (FD - $5,200)

Listen, when it comes to someone like Trout, you should try to play him when you have the salary. He comes in with a silly high .503 wOBA and a .432 ISO vs left-handed pitchers, which are beyond elite numbers. He is also getting a massive positive park shift being at Fenway, which is why the Angels come in with an implied run total sitting at 5.00.

Christian Yelich - OF, MIL @ CIN (FD - $4,000)

Yelich has two home runs in his last three games and should be one of the top hitting options on the slate. He has a very strong .379 wOBA and a .204 ISO this season vs right-handed pitchers. The Brewers lefties will be very popular tonight, but they are in a great spot with this positive park factor tonight.

 

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