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Patrick Corbin, ARI vs. SF ($9,200): I'm going a bit big, but I think Corbin will be worth it in the end. He's gone at least eight innings in his last two starts and has given up just 13 hits and one run in his last three. Throw in 31 strikeouts in his last four outings and it's an easy decision. As for the Giants, they've been one of the worst teams against lefties since the All-Star break with a .281 wOBA.
Robinson Chirinos, TEX at OAK ($3,100): Chirinos continues to provide value at a cheaper rate and has a .451 wOBA and .270 ISO in his last 48 plate appearances against righties to back that up. Jharel Cotton has three consecutive quality starts, but that doesn't mean much when he's given up 13 runs in those games. He also gives up a .355 wOBA and 5.03 xFIP against righties.
Chase Headley, NYY vs. SEA ($3,300): His season-long numbers don't suggest so, but Headley has roped lefties of late with a .450 wOBA and .250 ISO in his last 36 plate appearances. Andrew Albers hasn't been shelled yet, but he still isn't expected to throw more than five innings after giving up four runs with seven strikeouts in his first two starts.
Scooter Gennett, CIN vs. PIT ($3,300): Gennett's numbers have dropped off a bit, but I'll still take him in a favorable spot due to his .389 wOBA against righties for the season. After a mini-slump, he's come around in the past week with a couple homers. Jameson Taillon doesn't have many good numbers to his name, from at least four earned runs in four of his last six starts to a .359 wOBA allowed and 4.56 xFIP against lefties.
Rafael Devers, BOS vs. BAL ($3,400): The 20-year-old has cooled off since a hot start, but I'll still back him in a good spot. Devers also sports a .462 wOBA and .280 ISO in his last 26 plate appearances against lefties. Wade Miley has looked better in recent outings, yet it's hard to trust him as his last three games have come against the Athletics (twice) and Mariners.
Tim Anderson, CWS vs. DET ($2,900): I stocked up on Yankees in Matt Boyd's last start and that proved fruitful. While the White Sox don't have the same quality of bats, that may not matter against Boyd, who has given up at least four runs in three of his last four starts. Anderson hits lefties at a much better rate with a .341 wOBA and .293 ISO in his last 42 plate appearances.
Max Kepler, MIN at TOR ($3,200): Kepler is one of the heavy hitters who can only hit righties and this could be the matchup for him. Joe Biagini has worked mostly in relief for the Blue Jays this season, but he was called back up to start this one. In his last start in early July, he gave up seven runs and 10 hits to the Red Sox. Meanwhile, Kepler rolls with a .358 wOBA and .226 ISO against righties.
Nomar Mazara, TEX at OAK ($3,800): Here's another bat to use against Cotton, who struggles against both sides of the plate. Mazara had better numbers a week ago, but he still has a solid .357 wOBA against righties in August (71 plate appearances). Cotton has a bad 6.19 xFIP against lefties and only has 10 strikeouts in his last four starts.
Howie Kendrick, WAS vs. NYM ($2,800): The pricing on Kendrick is interesting unless there's secret intel that he's not going to play. He's destroyed lefties in the last month-plus with a .455 wOBA and .367 ISO over 30 plate appearances. That should be fine against Tommy Milone, who's getting another start after getting rocked for five runs against the D-Backs last week in his return to the rotation.