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FanDuel MLB DFS Lineup Picks (7/21/19): Daily Fantasy Baseball Advice

Today's slates start at 1:05pm ET, and the all day slate covers all 15 matchups.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for DraftKings on 7/21/19. The lineup picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

Be sure to also check out all the Vegas Odds for today's slate. You can also read more DFS advice and lineup picks for sites like FanDuel, and other sports too. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to hit me up on Twitter @TroyKluader

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FanDuel DFS Pitchers

Blake Snell, TAM vs CWS ($10,000)

While Snell still has an unsightly 4.55 ERA on the year, he's been much better in his last three starts, allowing two or less runs each time out. His 32.2% K-rate is even higher than it was in last year's Cy Young campaign, and his 3.56 FIP and 3.57 SIERA show that he's still a pitcher you should trust. He's worth targeting in GPP contests as an upside starter who can have a high scoring start.


FanDuel DFS Infielders

Joc Pederson: 1B, LAD vs. MIA ($2,800)

Pederson's extremely low price on FanDuel can only be explained by his recent slump, which he may have broke out of last night with a home run. Even though he's been cold recently, Pederson's production on the year against right-handed pitching makes him an awesome value - he's got a 134 wRC+ against righties, with 22 homers and just an 18.8% K-rate. On top of his own power production, he should be able to score some runs batting lead off for the loaded Dodgers lineup.

Jason Kipnis: 2B, CLE vs KAN ($3,300)

Kipnis is in a nice spot batting fourth for the Indians, where he will see RBI opportunities against Royals starter Glenn Sparkman. Sparkman has an awful 5.42 FIP, so the Indians lineup may be the best option for a stack this afternoon. Kipnis is a must-own in a Tribe stack, as a cheap option at a weak position.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr: 3B. TOR at DET ($3,100)

Guerrero displayed his GPP upside by mashing a grand slam yesterday. He remains an enticing boom-or-bust play against the Tigers awful pitching staff, including starter Tyler Alexander. Alexander is the owner of a 5.72 ERA in triple-A, and has only made one career start in the bigs. Vlad could take advantage of another lefty here, as he dominated southpaws in the minors.

Jonathan Villar: SS, BAL vs BOS ($2,900)

Villar is a cash game play as Baltimore's leadoff hitter, as he'll be able to maximize his number of plate appearances and have more chances to score points. He's in a hitter's park against former teammate Andrew Cashner, who has an abysmal 5.11 SIERA. Villar is one of few players with double digits in homers and steals, so there's plenty of ways for him to contribute.


FanDuel DFS Outfielders

Max Kepler, MIN vs OAK ($3,400)

Kepler's breakout campaign has been fueled by his success against righties, as he's got a .258/.340/.540 line against righties this year. He'll be leading off against A's starter Daniel Mengden, who has only a 17.0% K-rate and a 5.23 SIERA. Kepler has great on-base skills atop the lineup along with 18 home runs against righties, so he's a splendid pick here.

Khris Davis, OAK at MIN ($3,300)

When we start Khris Davis, we want a home run from him. That means that a matchup with Michael Pineda is a perfect opportunity, as he has a 1.46 HR/9 and a 4.38 ERA. Davis can go deep or at least give you some RBI at an affordable price.

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