May 12 Mother’s Day DFS Plays

Hi all, today I am going to give 5 hitters and 5 pitchers for DFS that are priced way too low. Let’s get started.


1. Gregory Polanco: .968 OPS against righties this year, OPS over 1.000 in last 7 days, .282 ISO against righties this year, opposing pitcher Dakota Hudson surrendered a .814 SLG against left handed hitters this year

2. Jonathon Schoop: Batting .571 against opposing pitcher Daniel Norris, 1.382 OPS against lefties this season, 4 multi-hit games in his last 5, great value at 2B, Norris had 5.09 ERA against righties last season

3. Josh Reddick: batting .336 this year, bats .500 against opposing pitcher Adrian Sampson, .844 OPS against righties this year

4. Kyle Schwarber: .503 SLG against righties last year, .258 career ISO vs righties, opposing pitcher Jhoulys Chacin has 4.97 career FIP against lefties

5. Wilmer Flores: 1.021 OPS in last 7 games, opposing pitcher Max Fried allowed 4 runs in 1st inning in his last start, Flores batting .500 vs Fried in his career, Flores batting .308/.325/.508 against lefties this year


1. Griffin Canning: 13 K/9 in 1st two starts, Orioles strike out more than any other major league team, elite stuff leading to only 9 base-runners in 9.2 innings

2. John Means: 2.48 ERA and 1.01 WHIP on season, extremely cheap price, allowing only 6 hits per 9

3. Lucas Giolito: Toronto’s lineup among the worst in the majors, 38 K’s in 31 IP this season, twirled 7.2 innings of one run ball with 8 K’s last time out

4. Caleb Smith: Stacks up well against lefty-heavy Mets lineup, stellar .81 WHIP on season, 56 K’s among league leaders, 6 straight quality starts

5. Martin Perez: facing depleted Tigers lineup, 15 scoreless innings in last two starts, added cutter in off-season on new premier pitch, 5 wins already pitching behind the hot Twins lineup

All these guys are cheap additions to your DFS lineups today and could definitely win you some cash. Good Luck!

Luke Barnett

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Basketball Player, Fantasy Baseball Maven, and an avid Philly fan that believes that after the signing of Bryce Harper, Philadelphia has become the greatest sports city in the world (Say Hello Wentz, Embiid, and Jay Wright!).