11 games with Clayton Kershaw on the numb, and yes he is a good play. The Mets batters are mostly left handed, so Kershaw should be able to dominate. The problem is he costs $13,500 on Draftkings, and fitting in bats are difficult. Brad Peacock faces the A’s in Oakland. The A’s strikeout the 4th most to RHPs this season, and Peacock loves the K’s. He’s $8,100, with elite upside with at least 8Ks in 4 of his last 5 starts. Other than that the cheap options are very thin. Sam Gaviglio has been solid over his last 3 starts.
Seattle Mariners – They face Anibal Sanchez, so ya this could get ugly. Sanchez is flat out awful, making his first start in the MLB this season. Everyone is in play.
Houston Astros – You won’t be able to get Kershaw and this stack, but going low on your SP2 can get you Altuve, Springer, Correa and other Astros. They find themselves in a glorious matchup vs. Daniel Gossett in Oakland.
C: Wieters, Lucroy, Barnhardt
1B: Bellinger, Thames, Belt, Bour
2B: Murphy, Happ, Sogard
3B: Donaldson, Shaw, Gallo, Suarez
SS: Seager, Crawford, Riddle