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Carlos Martinez, STL at MIA ($41): Martinez has been just as good as anyone priced above him Monday with Jacob deGrom ($49) at the top of the list. Through six starts, Martinez has a 3.35 xFIP, but more importantly a 27.0 percent K rate, which is a few points better than his career number (22.8 percent). He's coming off a game in which he held Milwaukee scoreless and now gets the Marlins as a slight road favorite. Miami has a .307 wOBA against righties, displaying little power with a .136 ISO.
Blake Snell, TB vs. KC ($34): Going down in price, Snell may not have what it takes for a huge game, but he's been consistent this season. He's coming off a season-high nine strikeouts, which could be a good sign that he's returning to last year's 24.4 percent K rate. His selling point is the team he's going against, as the Royals are dead last in the league with a .232 wOBA against lefties to go with a 23.0 percent K rate. Snell may not reach six innings, but he'll supply five solid ones and hopefully five-plus Ks.
Rene Rivera, NYM vs. SF ($7): Rivera has been solid in replacing Travis d'Arnaud and should start over Kevin Plawecki again. At a small price, it's a good spot for Rivera against lefty Matt Moore, who has given up at least five runs in three of his last four starts. Moore has been better against righties, but it's a small sample and allowing a .346 wOBA isn't good by any means.
Yonder Alonso, OAK vs. LAA ($17): First base is loaded, but Alonso comes at a cheaper price even with five homers in his last six games. For the season, Alonso has a .441 wOBA and .310 ISO against righties, which goes well with Ricky Nolasco's 5.79 xFIP and 11.8 percent K rate against lefties.
Javier Baez, CHC at COL ($13): This is a good spot to go with a cheaper option in what is expected to be another high-scoring game at Coors Field. Baez has been surprisingly much better against righties this season with a .400 wOBA and .302 ISO. Antonio Senzatela is having some success in his rookie year, but four of his six outings have come against the Giants and Padres. In addition, Senzatela isn't a big strikeout guy with only nine in his last four starts.
Justin Turner, LAD vs. PIT ($17): Turner is another righty that's having steady success against righties this season with a solid .452 wOBA that jumps to .544 in home games. On the mound, Trevor Williams, normally a reliever, is making his first start of the season. His limited numbers have him allowing a .450 wOBA to righties with Williams also giving up at least one run in each of his last three appearances.
Tim Beckham, TB at MIA ($14): After getting rested Sunday, Beckham will likely return Monday to get a piece of Nathan Karns. Beckham has a solid .343 wOBA and .288 ISO against righties and Karns has been equally mediocre against both sides of the plate (.313 wOBA allowed against righties). Beckham has had some strikeout issues with a 35.1 percent K rate, but Karns has just a 17.8 percent K rate against righties.
Charlie Blackmon, COL vs. CHC ($23): This seems as good a spot as any to go big with Blackmon. He's raking righties with a .408 wOBA and .297 ISO and that only gets better at home with a .557 wOBA and .485 ISO. Jake Arrieta is 4-1, but he hasn't pitched at an elite level, giving up at least three runs in each of his last five starts. Lefties have been unkind against him, as he's allowing a .347 wOBA, which is much higher than last year's dominant campaign.
Aaron Hicks, NYY at CIN ($14): It feels like Yahoo is bating us to take Hicks at this price given what he's done in the last week. His early numbers against righties (.528 wOBA, .417 ISO, 8.3 percent K rate) likely won't continue, but Rookie Davis only has 14.2 innings under his belt and is allowing a .472 wOBA against lefties early on. He had his best start last outing, but still only made it five innings. Prior to that, he was shelled for 11 hits and seven runs against the Brewers.
Brett Gardner, NYY at CIN ($18): Banking off the youth of Davis, Gardner should return to the lineup to face the righty. Gardner has been on a tear with 13 hits in his last eight games and most of that has been against righties. He has a .408 wOBA and .260 ISO on the season and his 22.7 percent K rate shouldn't be a major factor; Davis has just 11 strikeouts in his four starts.