Lineup advice and rankings for fantasy baseball pitchers in Monday’s MLB games

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Note: This article has been updated to include any overnight pitching changes and weather-related game postponements. Also, the latest MLB odds have been added as of the publication date.

What you need to know about Monday's MLB Games

By Todd Zola

  • The August dog days begin with a 10-game slate that begins in South Beach, with the Marlins hosting Reds. Jesus Luzardo After being out of action since May with a forearm strain, 20 percent of ESPN league rosters are expected to be reinstated. After three rehab starts, the lefty reached 75 pitches in his last. This allows Luzardo against a Cincinnati lineup that is vulnerable to use Luzardo at-home.

  • Hunter Greene 29 percent) takes the hill for visitors. He is also in play. This week's offense will be the second. It promises to be a game that has a lot of strikeouts but not many runs. There aren't many options for pitching in spot start. The best of all the rest is Brad Keller (8%) and comes with a warning: Kansas City Royals He could become a contender. In Guaranteed Rate park, Keller will start the matchup. Chicago White Sox Although they aren't particularly productive, they don't fan very much. Keller's strikeout rates is also pedestrian.

  • Instead of streaming starters Monday is a good day for strengthening relievers. Luis Garcia (2%) is a good speculative option, as Padres closer Taylor Rogers was in a rut. Garcia might close on Monday but with a pair on Tuesday it is worth the early buy. A prescient strategy is to take advantage of the setup men of teams whose closers may be traded. The Pirates do not play Monday, but they are getting a jump over Yerry Del Santos (

  • Stacking hitters should be reserved for DFS. Due to the lack of pitching and the potential holes in fantasy lineups with a short slate, double down on free agents batters from the same team can have the same additive effect, especially when you already have one or two. Adding Aledmys Diaz (58%), Jeremy Pena (6%), Mauricio Duke (1%), Chas Mccormick (1%) or Jake Meyers (1%) could prove to be a good idea against Nathan Eovaldi, who has been prone to hitting home runs due to his recent decline in velocity. A couple of other duos are also enjoying the platoon bump with a mini stack. Jose Miranda (17%), Kyle Garlick (1%)

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