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Lucas Giolito, WAS vs. COL ($6,700): With a 2.76 ERA and 35 strikeouts over 29.1 innings at Triple-A, Giolito has settled in and offers nice upside and should be scarcely owned in what will be perceived as a tough matchup. Colorado has a target-worthy .299 wOBA and 83 wRC+ away from Coors Field this season, though. Additionally, Giolito peaking for a playoff push aligns with his and the organization's 2016 goals.
Carlos Rodon, CHW vs. PHI ($8,200): The sophomore lefty has found a groove over his last four starts with a 1.46 ERA and 20 strikeouts over 24.2 innings. He grabs an above-average matchup against Seattle, as the Mariners have a 20th-ranked .317 wOBA against southpaws with a 21.5 strikeout percentage.
James McCann, DET vs. LAA ($2,800): The backstop boasts a .366 wOBA and 130 wRC+ against southpaws this season, while opposing starter Tyler Skaggs has allowed 19 runs over 17.2 innings and a .435 wOBA this month.
Anthony Rizzo, CHC at LAD ($3,800): This is a nice price to aim high with Rizzo, who boasts a .415 wOBA and 161 wRC+ against right-handed hurlers this season and grabs a great matchup, as Brock Stewart is making just his third career start. With just a single home run in his last 33 games, Rizzo is primed for a rebound showing Sunday.
Ian Kinsler, DET vs. LAA ($3,800): Another prime spot to target the plus-matchup against Skaggs, Kinsler has a .372 wOBA and 134 wRC+ against left-handed arms this season.
Danny Valencia, OAK at STL ($3,100): The veteran has established himself as a high-end hitter against lefties over the past three seasons with a .376 wOBA and 141 wRC+. He's been even better this year (.411 and 165, respectively), too. Additionally, Jaime Garcia has surrendered 11 runs over nine innings through his past two outings.
Marcus Semien, OAK at STL ($3,200): With a .389 wOBA and 150 wRC+ against lefties this season, Semien is a screaming value. It's a prime matchup given Jaime Garcia's noted struggles of late, and Semien's .273 batting average in August is the highest of any month this season.
Nomar Mazara, TEX vs. CLE ($2,900): Leading off the past three games, Mazara will have first crack at the reeling Danny Salazar. Salazar has hit the wall with a 9.31 ERA over his past seven starts, and Mazara owns a .354 wOBA and 118 wRC+ against righty arms this year. Plus, Mazara boasts an accommodating salary.
Jackie Bradley Jr. BOS vs. KC ($3,200):Yordano Ventura has turned his season around with a 2.65 ERA in the second half, but Boston also boasts the best offense in the league. Bradley checks out with a .383 wOBA and 138 wRC+ against right-handed pitchers for the season.
Jason Heyward, CHC at LAD ($3,100): 6-for-19 with four extra-base hits since his benching last weekend, Heyward is a viable low-priced flier. Brock Stewart has allowed 14 runs over nine innings through his first two career starts, and Heyward hits in the middle of the Chicago lineup.