Fantasy baseball lineup advice for Saturday’s MLB game.

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Note: This file will be updated to reflect any weather-related postponements or pitching changes overnight, as well as the most recent MLB game odds at the time of publication.

What you need to know about Saturday's MLB Games

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  • Saturday features a 17-game slate. Atlanta Braves A doubleheader against The New York MetsThe, and Los Angeles Angels Playing two against the Seattle Mariners. Finding players that are likely to start both contests in leagues with daily moves is crucial to maximize your at-bats. Two right-handers are scheduled to play for the Mariners. Left-handed Angels bats Jared Walsh (73%), Mickey Moniak (0%), switch-hitter Luis Rengifo (4%) — who has a batting average of.349/.384/.508 in his last 33 games — is all set to get two starts on Saturday. You can see the Braves' lineup here Michael Harris II (62%), Eddie Rosario (44%). Orlando Arcia (1%).

  • He had some rust on his first day off the IL. Nick Lodolo (14%) He has been sharp in back to back starts, allowing only one earned run over 12 frames and 16 strikeouts. He was especially impressive in his last game against the Baltimore OriolesAs he had a whiff ratio of at least 29% on all three of his pitches (sinker/curve, changeup), For a Milwaukee Brewers Lodolo, a streaming option that has been below average against lefties (88 WRC+) this season is Lodolo.

  • Nathan Eovaldi Draws a positive start against the Kansas City RoyalsHe is, however, working with a decreased velocity. He's averaging 96.2 miles per hour on his heater this season. However, he has been sitting below 95 mph for five of his last starts. In those five starts, he has a 5.92 ERA. However, most of his damage was caused by a terrible start against the Tigers. Toronto Blue Jays (9 ER in 2.22 IP). He actually reduced the amount of the ER in his last appearance. Houston Astros There were only two earned runs in 6 1/3 innings. So the dip in zip isn't completely harmful. It's still something you should monitor moving forward.



Merrill Kelly, Diamondbacks right-hander, was fantastic in July and should perform well against the Rockies this weekend. Kelly should still be rostered and trusted in the final two months. Video by Eric Karabell

  • For fantasy managers who need stolen bases, it is a good idea to get in touch with the Texas Rangers‘ Call-up of Bubba Thompson On Thursday. Thompson's Triple-A record was.303/.355/.474, with 13 home runs, and 49 stolen bases. The Rangers should give Thompson regular playing time in their outfield. He is worth at least a speculative purchase to see if he can reach big-league pitching. Thompson, a former first round pick, is still under the radar in hardly 0.0% of ESPN leagues as of this writing.

  • The Washington Nationals were unsuccessful in unloading Patrick Corbin At the trade deadline, he'll be finished the season with the Nats and get pummeled every day. Corbin's season doesn't need to be sugar-coated. Corbin's left-hander has a staggering 6.57 ERA in 22 starts, with a 10.29 mark in his last five turns. Corbin deserves some attention. Philadelphia Phillies This weekend, you will be facing him. Although most of the Phillies' big batters are already rostered Alec Bohm (39%) is still available in over half of ESPN leagues. He is the team's No. He's the team's No. 3 hitter and batting.349/.388/.585 against lefties this season.

Starter pitcher rankings for Saturday

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