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Ian Kennedy, KC vs. CWS ($41): The White Sox are a bottom-10 team against righties this season, and have the 11th-lowest ISO in the league when playing on the road. This should work to benefit Kennedy, who has had a bit of trouble keeping the ball in the park, but has notched a 23 percent strikeout rate over 171.1 innings.
Ubaldo Jimenez, BAL vs. TB ($29): Something about recommending Jimenez just doesn't feel right, but it's hard to argue with his latest run of success, as he has a 2.87 ERA in four starts since being reinserted into the rotation. The Rays have been prone to strikeouts for most of the season, and they hold the third-highest whiff rate in the league against righties.
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Sandy Leon, BOS vs. NYY ($13): Leon is best used as a platoon bat, but his .366 wOBA against righties makes him a fine play for the price. This is particularly true against Luis Cessa, who has had trouble keeping the ball in the yard since making his major league debut earlier this season, as he comes in with a 2.5 HR/9 rate over 47.2 innings.
Ryan Howard, PHI vs. MIA ($11):Tom Koehler has put left-handed hitters on base via the free pass at an 11 percent clip this season, contributing to a 4.66 xFIP. Howard is hitting just .199 over his 272 at-bats against righties, but he has notched a .254 ISO over that span.
Ryan Schimpf, SD at COL ($17): Regular readers of this column will recall my schoolboy crush on Schimpf's fly ball rate, which now stands at a robust 64 percent. Tyler Chatwood features an extreme ground ball profile, making this a matchup that could produce offensive fireworks at Coors Field.
Josh Donaldson, TOR at LAA ($20): I wanted to include at least one damage bat against Jered Weaver, who has kept a 2.00 HR/9 rate and a 41 percent hard contact rate against righties this year. Donaldson, who returned to the lineup Thursday after missing the previous three games with a hip injury, has a .273 ISO against same-handed pitchers over 403 at-bats.
Marcus Semien, OAK at TEX ($9): Semien is worth a look at this price whenever a lefty is on the hill, as he has logged a .263 ISO and a .353 wOBA in 133 at-bats against his opposite hand. Cole Hamels' level drops a bit when pitching in his hitter-friendly home ballpark, as evidenced by his 4.10 ERA and 1.3 HR/9 rate.
Carlos Beltran, TEX vs. OAK ($14): Opposing starter Kendall Graveman, has struggled on the road this season, tallying a 1.6 HR/9 rate and a 4.89 ERA over 84.2 innings. Beltran has gotten fat off left-handers this season, but he still has a .204 ISO against righty pitchers.
Yoenis Cespedes, NYM vs. MIN ($22):Jose Berrios' first cup of coffee in the major leagues has been nothing short of a disaster, as he has tallied a 9.27 ERA over 44.2 innings. Cespedes has a shot to put up some big points in the matchup, as he has a 7.0 runs above average score against the curveball, a pitch Berrios throws more than 23 percent of the time.
Joc Pederson, LAD at ARI ($14): One wouldn't normally think of Zack Greinke as a stack target, but the former Cy Young Award winner has struggled in his first season with the Diamondbacks, having tallied a 1.4 HR/9 rate and a 4.54 ERA over 24 starts. Meanwhile, Pederson has a .267 ISO against righties over 322 at-bats.