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Corey Kluber, CLE vs. CHW ($65): Kluber has been the best option on nearly every slate he has been a part of this season, and while he's the best option again, I am a little worried that he'll be on a pitch count with the playoffs on the horizon. With that said, his shortest outings in September have all been seven innings and he's averaging over 10 strikeouts per game, so he's more than capable of putting up a big number even if he doesn't go the distance, especially against a White Sox team that has the fourth-lowest wOBA against right-handed pitching this season.
Lucas Sims, ATL at MIA ($32): I'm going so deep into the pitching pool that my ears are popping, but there isn't much value at the top of the slate, so I'm forced to take a chance on Sims. Like so many pitchers this season, Sims struggled as a starter and was moved to the bullpen. Where his story differs from others is that his return to the rotation has been a success, at least so far. In two starts since returning, Sims has recorded 12 strikeouts in 11.2 innings while allowing three runs. Not great, but not bad for his price.
Joe Mauer, MN vs. DET ($19): There is a lot of bad pitching on this slate, but there isn't a lot of reliably bad pitching. Luckily, we've got Buck Farmer, who has a 7.73 ERA after allowing 13 runs in his last 13.2 innings. The Twins are likely the best stack of the night and not many are expensive, including Mauer, who has a .353 wOBA against righties this season.
Cory Spangenberg, SD at SF ($11):Matt Cain takes the mound for the Giants in what is likely the final start of his career. While I would normally stack against Cain, I'll forgo it because I can see a scenario when he comes up big in his last start. Just in case Cain can't muster something big and resorts to his form from the past few seasons, I'll want a piece of the Padres. There aren't many names to choose from, but I'll go with Spangenberg, who has a team-high .346 wOBA against righties this season.
Jose Ramirez, CLE vs. CHW ($27):Carson Fulmer has pitched well in his past two starts, but he's been pretty erratic this season and is facing one of the best lineups in the majors. As long as the Indians have a reason to play, which they do, they are going to be dangerous. Ramirez has been one of their better hitters all season and he's the best they have against righties (.390 wOBA).
Paul DeJong, STL vs. MIL ($12):Aaron Wilkerson and his 8.11 ERA are scheduled to take the mound for the Brewers, which means we'll want at least a small piece of the Cardinals. DeJong enters with a .343 wOBA against righties this season after picking up three hits, including a home run, Friday against a righty.
Eddie Rosario, MN vs. DET ($21): As mentioned earlier, the Twins are a solid stack, and because they are facing a righty, Rosario should be at the top of that stack. He has a team-high .378 wOBA against righties this season, and he's been much better at home (.421 wOBA vs. .281 on the road).
Alex Presley, DET at MN ($10):Aaron Slegers takes the hill for the Twins in what will be a spot start to keep the rotation in order for the playoffs. He has a 7.36 ERA through three appearances, and with Farmer on the hill for the Tigers, this game should be very high scoring. There aren't many bats left on the Tigers, but Presley has been pretty effective filling in, posting a .346 wOBA against righties this season.
Shin-Soo Choo, TEX vs. OAK ($14): Choo's numbers against righties aren't great, but they are good enough to think that he could do some damage against Daniel Gossett. He enters with a .334 wOBA against righties this season and is normally at the top of the lineup, which should increase his opportunity to score points.