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The Early Slate:
The guy I'm looking to target in cash games is, Noah Syndergaard ($10,500). His price tag may be high, but you have to love the spot he's in today. For starters: Mr. Thor will be pitching at home. This not only gives him a favorable environment to pitch in, but it also hurts the D'Backs. They are going from a hitter’s, to a pitchers park -- which will take a toll on their numbers. The other reason why I love Thor is because of his upside. Not only does he own a 28.7 K% in his career, but the D'Backs also strike out a ton! They own a whooping 23.2 K% (5th in MLB) on the year, which just gives up double-digit strikeout upside. And to put the icing on the cake -- the Mets are heavy favorites in this contest. Thor has an excellent matchup and is a guy I'm looking to target in cash games.
The Late Slate:
The guy I'm looking to target in cash games is, Corey Kluber ($10,900). Not only does he have one of the best offenses in the league backing him up, but he also has a terrific matchup. He will be going up against the Angels, who have been ice-cold as of late. In their last 14 contests, they own a .281 wOBA along with 81 wRC+. They are having trouble getting on base and scoring runs, which is why I'm all over, Kluber. And don't forget: Since 2014, Kluber owns a 2.92 xFIP and 27.4 K%. He's been one of the most dominant pitchers in the game, so go ahead and plug him into your cash lineups!