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Colorado Rockies – 6.1 runs (down from 6.5)
Prefer targeting the Rockies lefties as Quantill has a sub 3 xFIP and a 55% GB rate vs right handed bats.
Boston Red Sox – 6.2 runs (up from 5.6)
Can comfortably target both sides of the plate vs Ortiz who struggled to a 7 ERA in Triple AAA.
San Diego Padres – 6 runs (down from 6.2)
Slightly prefer the righties in this lineup as Hoffman is a reverse splits pitcher allowing a 50% hard hit rate and a 45% fly ball rate to left handed bats.
GPP: Cleveland Indians – 5.4 runs (up from 5.3)
Make for a nice salary saving stack as a lot of them are quite underpriced vs Ryan Carpenter who is allowing massive hard contact to both sides of the plate.