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FanDuel MLB DFS Lineup Picks (6/28/19): Daily Fantasy Baseball Advice


We've got a loaded main slate this Friday with 14 games on deck! Get your lineups in before 7pm eastern.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for FanDuel on 6/28/2019. 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

Lance Lynn: TEX at TAM ($9,000)

Lynn got blown up in has last start, but that was was after he posted straight quality starts. While his ERA doesn't look great, Lynn has been dominant this year, with a 3.06 FIP and a 3.00 Deserved Run Average along with a 25.7% K-rate. He's a great buy at this price in a pitcher's park in Tampa.

Wade Miley: HOU vs SEA ($7,100)

Miley looked like a clear regression candidate for much of the season, but he's been impressive over the last month with 33 strikeouts in 27 1/3 innings. His strikeout upside is the main appeal here, as the Mariners have a high 25.6% K-rate against left-handed pitchers this year. Miley can easily get a win with the Astros lineup supporting him, and he's an extremely cheap option at starting pitcher that will leave you with plenty of payroll to spend on bats.

 

FanDuel DFS Infielders

Howie Kendrick: 1B, WAS at DET ($3,100)

Kendrick should be in the Nationals lineup as they face a lefty - he's been phenomenal against left-handed pitching, with a ridiculous 172 wRC+ this season. He normally bats cleanup against southpaws, which will be a great spot to drive in runs against Tigers starter Daniel Norris, who has a 4.69 ERA.

Mike Moustakas: 2B, MIL vs PIT ($3,800)

Moustakas has a ton of power upside in his hitter-friendly home park, where he has 13 homers in 39 games this year. He's got the perfect opportunity to go deep again tonight against Chris Archer, who has an abysmal 2.33 HR/9. Archer's 6.01 FIP is one of the worst in the league, so Moose can easily do some damage out of the Brewers three-hole.

Jose Ramirez: 3B, CLE at BAL ($3,300)

Ramirez has actually been producing over the last two weeks, batting .306 with an .896 OPS. He's been much better against left-handers this year, with a walk-rate (11.5%) that's much higher than his K-rate (7.1%). Ramirez will be in a hitter's park facing a lefty in John Means, whose 4.09 FIP suggests that he hasn't been nearly as good as his ERA.

Javier Baez: SS, CHC at CIN ($3,600)

Baez is repeating as an elite fantasy asset, with 19 homers and a .286 batting average for the Cubs. Cincinnati is one of the league's best offensive environments, and you can get Baez for much cheaper than he should be on Friday.

 

FanDuel DFS Outfielders

Nicholas Castellanos: OF, DET vs WAS ($3,100)

Tigers bats are a cheap stack option as they face Anibal Sanchez, who has a poor 4.48 FIP and a 4.93 SIERA. Castellanos, JaCoby Jones and Miguel Cabrera are all atop Detroit's lineup and are very low priced.

Yasiel Puig: OF, CHC vs CIN ($3,400) 

Puig is playing out of his mind, batting .364 with a 1.303 OPS and six homers in the last 15 days. He's got one of the best power/speed combos in the league, with 17 homers and 11 steals already, which makes him an attractive play in GPP contests for his upside.

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