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Stephen Strasburg, WAS vs. SD ($53): Unlike Friday's slate, there are a lot of good options and Strasburg looks like the best. Max Scherzer had little problem with the Padres, and there's no reason to think that Strasburg will find them any tougher. Strasburg has pitched well this season, but not at the elite level that we are used to seeing. With that said, he is coming off his best performance of the season when he struck out 11 and surrendered two runs in 7.2 innings.
Zack Greinke, AZ at MIL ($52): Again, there are plenty of good options Saturday, but I found at least one reason to avoid the likes of Yu Darvish, Dallas Keuchel and Gerrit Cole. I can't say the same for Greinke, who is on a roll this season and facing his former team. He is coming off a masterful performance against the White Sox when he struck out 12 and surrendered just one run in 8.2 innings, and while the Brewers have a dangerous lineup, they also strike out at a high rate.
Yasmani Grandal, LAD vs. CHC ($15): Grandal has been lost at the plate from the right side this season, but it's a different story from the left side. His wOBA from the right side this season is .265 but it jumps to .401 when hitting as a left. He'll get a crack at right-handed John Lackey, who is a solid starter but nowhere near elite.
Joey Votto, CIN at PHI ($27):Jerad Eickhoff takes the mound for the Phillies after allowing at least four runs in four of his past five starts. Meanwhile, Votto looks to be one of many Reds who can take advantage, as he leads the team with a .416 wOBA against right-handed pitching this season.
Cesar Hernandez, PHI vs. CIN ($12): With Bronson Arroyo on the hill for the Reds, we just have to take advantage of that somehow. Unfortunately, the Phillies have been pretty bad this season, so there aren't many good options to attack Arroyo, but Hernandez looks like a decent one. His selection is dependent on his return after a groin injury, but if he's in the lineup, he'll be worth the $12. Hernandez has been the Phillies' best bat all season, and he's done most of his damage from the left side of the plate.
Jake Lamb, AZ at MIL ($24): If it seems like Lamb has been on this list almost every day this season, it's because he deserves to be. Lamb struck again Friday night, hitting another home run off a righty and, wouldn't you know it, he gets to face another Saturday. Chase Anderson has surrendered at least four runs in four of his past five starts, so it's safe to say that he's not sharp right now. Lamb on the other hand, is on fire, with home runs in three of his past four games.
Xander Bogaerts, BOS vs. SEA ($22): Bogaerts has been the Red Sox's best hitter against righties this season, as he leads the team with a .388 wOBA against them. They will now face Rob Whalen, who sports a 4.09 ERA in four starts at Triple-A this season.
Mike Trout, LAA at MIA ($29):Vance Worley takes the hill for the Marlins and his job is simple: eat innings. However, if his most recent start is any indication, he's not going to eat that many. Trout is the best player in baseball and he's playing like it right now. His numbers are among the league leaders across the board, including stolen bases, of which he has nine this season. Trout is also hammering righties, posting a .494 wOBA against them.
Gregor Blanco, AZ at MIL ($7): With A.J. Pollock sidelined and a righty on the hill, Blanco should get a shot at the leadoff spot. He finished with 18 fantasy points Thursday as the leadoff hitter, and with another projected high run total Saturday, I expect him to score well again. Blanco's per game average is not that impressive, but he hasn't batted leadoff for very often and that makes a big difference.
Jason Heyward, CHC at LAD ($9): If you are looking for more value beyond Blanco, then Heyward could be your man. Heyward has been on a bit of a roll lately, averaging 9.2 fantasy points per game over his past five, and he's had a lot of success, in limited action, against Brandon McCarthy. McCarthy has been pretty good this season, but this is a tough lineup to get through unscathed.