MLB DFS 7/14: Thursday’s Bargains and Picks

MLB DFS 7/14: Thursday’s Bargains and Picks

by July 14, 2022 0 comments

Welcome back, fellow fantasy shoppers. It’s that time of day to stock the shelves with bargains and money savers for your DFS lineups. We come across a heavy 11-game slate kicking off at 7:05. One matchup to keep an eye on is an NL matchup between the streaking Dodgers and Cardinals who sit just two games back of the Brewers. Tonight’s picks were on the cheaper side and your biggest expense is probably coming from the Mariners. Good luck with your fantasy extravaganzas.

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Toeing the Slab

Keegan Thompson vs New York ($5,800)

The Cubs don’t have the most plausible rotation yet Thompson has been dominant since day one. The 27-year-old mowed down the Dodgers lineup as he fanned eight batters over 5 and 2/3. His BB/9 has been cut by nearly three compared to last season’s 5.23. His K rate has also turned up a notch and sits at a 23.4 rate. Right-handed batters hit just .248 when facing Thompson and lefties have it even worse at .205. The Mets own several lefty hitters in their lineup and it wouldn’t be a surprise if Thompson sums up some cash.

Marco Gonzales @ Texas ($6,500)

Gonzales has been rock solid throughout his 2022 campaign and is the owner of an honorable 3.24 ERA. The former first-round pick for the Cardinals (2013) has been firing on all cylinders since June. Batters hit just .195 in the month of June and his BAPIP was at a season low of .198. The 30-year-old has only made two appearances in July and allowed just four earned runs over 12 2/3 of work. Let’s see if the Rangers allow Gonzales to maintain his 10.9 fantasy points per game.

In the Batters Box

Brandon Drury, 3B ($4,500)

Not may have noticed what Drury has accomplished in his breakout season. While he did bat .274 in his brief journey with the 2021 Mets, the 29-year-old has surpassed almost all of his stats in just 77 games. His 136 wRC+ is a career-high and his raw power has revived. Slugging .627 in the month of June is something nobody expected from Drury. Additionally, the former Yankee could muscle up for a big fly as he faces a lefty (Nestor Cortes) which seems to be where he succeeds the most (.333 batting average against all lefties).

Seby Zavala, C ($3,600)

A player with Zavala’s caliber isn’t likely to find much success at the plate. Although, the 28-year-old has been a stud to compensate for the absence of their star catcher Yasmani Grandal. With a 137 wRC+ and .365 OPB, Tony La Russa should consider Zavala to take part in the daily operations of the White Sox lineup. The Texas native has been on a tear in the month of July and flaunts a .357 batting average in 28 at-bats.

Steven Kwan, OF ($3,400)

Making a case for AL Rookie of the Year, Kwan proves to be a mainstay in the Guardian’s lineup. His K rate sits at 8 percent which is second among all major leaguers (Luis Arraez). While he slugs just .362, Kwan thrives with men in scoring position and is the owner of a .321 batting average. You wouldn’t be mistaken to cash in on Kwan as he faces Elvin Rodriguez who can’t seem to fight off a .326 opponent average.


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