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Shelby Miller, ARI at SFG ($7,100): Putting Miller's 2016 season in the rearview mirror after one start is challenging, and there's no shortage of top end arms available Wednesday. But Miller has looked decent so far in 2017, fanning 18 in 11 spring training innings and seven in 5.1 frames during his first start. He'll pitch outside of Chase Field in a venue he's posted a 3.00 ERA in over the past three years, and has a good chance to gain run support with the Giants bringing Matt Cain to counter him. Miller isn't likely to toss a shutout, but there's win and K potential.
Victor Martinez, DET vs. MIN ($2,500): It almost feels like cheating in this spot to use a minimally priced DH that hits cleanup. Martinez still offers power upside, and a .350 wOBA against righties last year. He'll have ample run-producing opportunities Wednesday against Twins starter Kyle Gibson, who allowed three runs in five innings in his first start after posting a 5.07 ERA and .380 wOBA to lefties last season.
Wil Myers, SD at COL ($4,100): Myers simply loves Coors Field. He entered Tuesday having hit 21-of-65 with five home runs there. He's hit safely in all but two games thus far and had a .349 wOBP and .204 ISO against lefties last year.
Cesar Hernandez, PHI vs. NYM ($2,600): Mets starter Zach Wheeler struggled in his first start in two years last time out, allowing five runs and seven baserunners over four innings. Hernandez figures to hit atop the order and posted a .332 wOBA and 11.5 percent walk rate against righties in 2016. The upside isn't there, but Hernandez is in place to set the table what could be an efficient offense Wednesday.
Pablo Sandoval, BOS vs. BAL ($2,500): Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez has allowed three homers and 16 runs over his last 29.2 innings at Fenway Park, and six homers and 29 runs in his last 51 frames against the Red Sox. Sandoval is dirt cheap at a position usually worth paying up for, and rightfully so after having gone 0-for-13 in his last four games. But he owned a serviceable .322 wOBA against righties back in 2015, the last time he saw a full slate of healthy at-bats.
Chris Owings, ARI at SFG ($3,200): Giants starter Matt Cain has been generous to both lefties and righties of late, yielding a .386 and .353 wOBA, respectively, last season. He's surrendered 12 runs to the Diamondbacks over his last 22.1 innings against them, suggesting this is a lineup to target. The key to Owings' success Wednesday may be his place in the batting order, as he's hit all over the lineup of late. If he finds his way into the top portion of the order, he offers a cheaper play over some of Arizona's sluggers. Also, in a limited sample size, Owings has collected 11 hits in eight games, failing to reach base in just one contest.
Carlos Gonzalez, COL vs. SDP ($4,000): It's awfully hard to find a bargain bat in the Rockies' lineup, so Gonzalez's appeal is that of a contrarian play due to his early-season struggles. He has an inviting opportunity against a green spot-starter in right hander Zach Lee, who has only made one career start where he allowed seven runs and 11 hits in 4.2 innings. Also, Gonzalez posted a .406 wOBA and .260 ISO last season at home against right handers.
Odubel Herrera, PHI vs. NYM ($3,500): Herrera is another fine option Wednesday for cash players, as he has limited power upside but seems to have a safe floor. We've touched on Mets starter Zach Wheeler's pitfalls, and Herrera is following up last year's .359 wOBA against righties with a .492 start to the season.
Nick Markakis, ATL at MIA ($3,000): Marlins starter Tom Koehler allowed seven baserunners in five innings in his first start. He also allowed a .332 wOBA to lefties last year, while Markakis is 10-of-17 against Koehler in his career. Markakis brings a six-game hitting streak into Wednesday, suggesting a safe floor with a modest ceiling.