Stream Machine: May 27-29


Kody Clawson | May 27th, 2019

Monday, May 27

Yonny Chirinos, TB vs TOR (37% Owned)

Chirinos is actually getting the start in this one. It will be his fifth start of the season. Although his walk rate has improved, his strikeout rate and HR/9 have worsened. Still, his ERA has improved to 3.20 from his 3.51 ERA last year. He’ll get the chance to keep rolling against the Toronto Blue Jays, who hit for an 85 wRC+ on the road and a 75 wRC+ against righties.

Others Receiving Votes:
Sonny Gray, CIN vs PIT (19% Owned)
Jose Urena, MIA vs SF (4% Owned)

Tuesday, May 28

Ryan Yarbrough, TB vs TOR (3% Owned)

Yarbrough will not get the start against the Jays here. Ryne Stanek will get the start as an opener, with Yarbrough getting the bulk innings after. Do not be fooled. You’ll want Yarbrough’s innings here, especially if you have any kind of starts limit. As bad as a situation this is for the Jays, they hit for a 68 wRC+ against lefties.

Others Receiving Votes:
Jeff Samardzija, SF @ MIA (9% Owned)
Trevor Richards, MIA vs SF (7% Owned)


Wednesday, May 29

Pablo Lopez, MIA vs SF (4% Owned)

Lopez has been dominating at home. He has a 1.93 ERA there and a 3.20 xFIP. He has a 10.03 K/9 and a 1.54 BB/9. He’s basically pitching like an ace at home, and he gets a terrible San Francisco Giants offense at home Wednesday. They hit at an 87 wRC+ on the road and a 78 wRC+ against righties.

Others Receiving Votes:
John Means, BAL vs DET (49% Owned)
Griffin Canning, LAA @ OAK (10% Owned)

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