Fantasy baseball pitcher rankings, tips for MLB Sunday lineups

Fantasy baseball pitcher rankings, tips for MLB Sunday lineups

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What you need to know for Sunday MLB games

By Todd Zola

  • Sunday’s early game will be in the Bronx with Jordan Montgomery and the New York Yankees hosted by Ronnie Garcia and the Detroit Tigers. There isn’t much to highlight in the fantasy shots, other than the usual reminder to set your squads in the leagues where squads are locked in the first match of the day. ESPN’s Sunday Night Show features another iconic theme park with Chicago Cubs entertaining the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley Field. The Visitors have a strong group of right-handed hitters ready to take on the Justin Steele Cubs. Harrison Bader (49% ESPN) tops the list, especially if you need a steal or two to win the head-to-head league category. The other nominees are Juan Ypez (20% on the list), Brendan Donovan (4%) and Albert Pujols (3%).

  • Speaking of needing steals to help secure a head-to-head win, the Los Angeles Angels, Texas Rangers and Colorado Rockies are the three target teams. The Atlanta Braves are wrapping up a series at Coors Field, and since the Rangers and Angels both got their start in the Southpaws, the Braves Batters are the favorites, but they’re close to the world rolls. However, catch-qualified William Contreras (28%) is a good choice and has seen playing time on the court and a particular hitter. Although they’re left-handed, the Rangers, Martin Perez, and Patrick Sandoval of the Angels have robbed twice this season, so the Seattle Mariners at Arlington and Philadelphia Phillies at home against the Halos could snatch a bag or two. Dylan Moore (less than 1%) plays for the Mariners while Bryson Stott (2%) will see regular Phillies playing time with Jean Segura on the shelf for up to 12 weeks.

  • Shifting the focus to the hill, there are a few streaming candidates, led by Rich Hill (5%) taking the ball for the Boston Red Sox in Oakland against an athletics attack in the lower third of the league facing a Southbow pitch. Ryan Yarbro (5%) is a left-handed light thrower in a good spot, with the Tampa Bay Rays hosting the Chicago White Sox and their injury-sparing lineup. George Kirby (24%) cheered 17 people over his last two rounds, stretching to 11 frames. On Sunday, he tied with Rangers with one of the weakest offenses that right-handers have faced. Two other streaming options are Zach Plesac (48%) and Jakob Junis (12%).

  • Let’s wrap up with a few hits in a good place to close out Fantasy Week. The right unit of the Cincinnati Reds faces south by Patrick Corbin (6.96 ERA, 1.79 lash). Everyone deserves to check availability with only Tyler Stephenson (88%) on the roster in over two-thirds of ESPN’s leagues, most of which are well under 50%.

The bowler classification begins on Sunday

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