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Kevin Gausman, BAL at LAA ($40): Gausman's 5.15 ERA doesn't look like anything to write home about, but it's worth noting that the 26-year-old has allowed just two runs over his last 27.2 innings (four starts) while striking out 32 batters over that span. The Angels are a bottom five team against right-handed pitching according to wOBA, having notched just a .155 team ISO.
Mike Leake, STL vs. KC ($33): Leake's ERA has risen steadily since he posted a 1.35 ERA in April, but the veteran right-hander's cutter has registered a 9.5 RAA this season, the second highest mark in the league. The Royals hold the second lowest RAA against the pitch and will be made a significantly weaker offense with the addition of a pitcher to the batting order.
Cameron Rupp, PHI at ATL ($17): Sean Newcomb's control problems seem to have followed him to the major leagues, as he has walked a whopping 13.5 percent of the batters he has faced over 52.2 innings. Rupp has walked 15 times in 86 plate appearances against his opposite hand to go along with a .347 wOBA.
Ryan Zimmerman, WAS vs. MIA ($14): We can take advantage of a mispriced asset here, as Zimmerman has tallied a .305 ISO and a 43 percent hard contact rate over 82 at-bats against left-handed pitchers. Opposition starter Adam Conley has thrown the ball better on the road, but his mediocre overall walk and strikeout rates have contributed to a 5.39 xFIP against righty hitters.
Jose Pirela, SD at CIN ($9): Speaking of mispriced assets, it would be tough to guess from his tag that Pirela has tallied a .242 ISO against righties and a 7.2 RAA against the fastball. Asher Wojciechowski has allowed a .473 slugging percentage and a 33 percent hard contact rate against same-handed hitters.
Alex Bregman, HOU at CWS ($22): Bregman has been filling out his prospect frame of late, notching an OPS over 1.000 in his last 105 at-bats. Miguel Gonzalez has struck out just 12 percent of righty batters this season while allowing eight homers and a .348 wOBA over 50.1 innings.
Didi Gregorius, NYY at TOR ($19): Nick Tepesch has been a member of six different organizations over the last two seasons. Things haven't gone so well for the journeyman in 2017, as evidenced by the 5.59 ERA he tallied with Triple-A Rochester over 29 innings prior to joining the Jays organization. Gregorius has notched a .234 ISO and a .371 wOBA against right-handers through 256 at-bats.
Adam Duvall, CIN vs. SD ($13): Duvall has obliterated left-handers in 2017, logging a .340 ISO and a .419 wOBA through 100 at-bats. Travis Wood owns a 7.32 ERA in 19.2 innings on the road this season, having walked 11 batters over that span.
Adam Jones, BAL at LAA ($18): Troy Scribner didn't have much success in his first major-league start last week against the A's when he surrendered five runs (two earned) and walked four batters in as many innings. Jones has registered a 4.4 RAA against the fastball, as well as a .181 ISO against righties.
Nelson Cruz, SEA at OAK ($19): Cruz has been consistent against both sides of the platoon this season, resulting in a .235 ISO across 108 games. Jharel Cotton has allowed a .490 slugging percentage and a 35 percent hard contact rate against same-handed hitters over 50 innings.