Zack Godley, ARI vs. SF ($20,700):- Godley was unexpectedly roughed up by the Padres in his last start, but heís back home Monday, where he sports a solid 3.03 ERA, along with a .179 BAA and .254 wOBA allowed over 71.1 innings. The Giants have a 22.9 percent strikeout rate and .290 wOBA against right-handers on the road in September, while Godley has racked up 93 whiffs in 79.1 second-half innings.
Drew Pomeranz, BOS vs. TOR ($17,700):- Pomeranz owns a 3-0 record, 1.93 ERA and .231 BAA against the Blue Jays this season, along with 91 strikeouts over 81 home innings. Toronto also has a 23.1 percent strikeout rate and .291 wOBA versus southpaws on the road in September, while Pomeranz has a .266 ERA and .293 wOBA over his last four starts, eclipsing 20 fantasy points in three of them.
Jose Altuve, HOU at TEX ($10,400):- Altuve has double-digit fantasy points in three of his last four games and owns a .495 wOBA, .312 ISO and 35.4 percent hard-contact rate against right-handed pitching on the road. Rangers starter Andrew Cashner has allowed a .332 wOBA (including four homers), a 5.47 xFIP and season-high 35.5 percent hard-contact rate over his last four starts, while Rangers relievers have a 7.67 ERA and have allowed a .385 wOBA (including six homers) to righty bats at home in September.
Yadier Molina, STL vs. CHC ($7,200):- Molina has touched up lefties for a .356 wOBA, .283 ISO and 45.4 percent hard-contact rate, a tally that includes 16 extra-base hits (nine doubles, seven homers) Meanwhile, 21 of the 25 homers that Cubs starter Jon Lester has allowed have come off right-handed hitters, and heís allowed a .361 wOBA to that handedness on the road. He also has a 5.91 ERA and has yielded a .405 wOBA (including five homers) in the 21.1 innings encompassing his last four starts, while Cubs relievers have allowed a .329 wOBA to right-handed hitters on the road in September.
Luis Valbuena, LAA at CWS ($5,200):- White Sox starter James Shields has been better in the second half, but heís still allowing a .395 wOBA (including 17 homers) to left-handed hitters, along with a 22.4 percent HR/FB rate and 32.6 percent hard-contact rate. Valbuena has hit 20 of his 21 homers this season off righties and boasts a .330 wOBA, .248 ISO and 36.6 percent hard-contact rate versus that handedness. Shields is also allowing a .431 wOBA when throwing his four-seam fastball, a pitch that Valbuena owns a .331 wOBA (including eight homers) against. White Sox relievers have also allowed a .345 wOBA (including four homers) to lefty bats at home in September.
Giancarlo Stanton, MIA at COL ($11,200):- Stantonís bat and the thin Coors Field air are a match made in fantasy heaven, while his .396 wOBA (including 43 homers), .333 ISO, 33.6 percent HR/FB rate and 38.6 percent hard-contact rate versus righties also make a strong case. Rockies starter Tyler Chatwood has allowed a .362 wOBA, 31.6 percent HR/FB rate and 32.0 percent hard-contact rate to right-handed hitters at home, and a .435 wOBA when throwing his four-seam fastball, a pitch that Stanton owns a .445 wOBA (including 22 homers) against.
Mookie Betts, BOS vs. TOR ($10,200):- Betts has a .381 wOBA and season-best 45.7 percent hard-contact rate over 93 September plate appearances, and a .396 wOBA and 33.9 percent hard-contact rate versus southpaws at home this season. Blue Jays starter Brett Anderson has allowed a .375 wOBA to right-handed hitters, along with a 38.3 percent hard-contact rate when facing them on the road. Heís also allowing a .453 wOBA when throwing his trademark sinker, a pitch Betts owns a .382 wOBA against.
Avisail Garcia, CWS vs. LAA ($6,800):- Angels starter Ricky Nolascoís struggles versus righties on the road include a .424 wOBA, 33.3 percent HR/FB rate and 42.2 percent hard-contact rate allowed. Garcia has punished righties at home for a .375 wOBA and 22.2 percent HR/FB rate, while Angels relievers have a 6.16 ERA and have allowed a .374 wOBA (including an AL-high eight homers) to righty bats on the road in September.
Charlie Blackmon, COL vs. MIA ($11,200):- Marlins starter Odrismar Despaigne has allowed a .434 wOBA and 8.61 xFIP to lefty bats on the road, while Blackmonís body of work versus righties at Coors Field includes a .512 wOBA, .424 ISO and 47.5 percent hard contact rate. Blackmon is also boasting a season-high 47.7 percent hard-contact rate overall in 98 September plate appearances.
Justin Bour, MIA at COL ($9,900):- Rockies starter Tyler Chatwood has been even more vulnerable to lefty bats, particularly at home, where heís surrendered a .408 wOBA, 2.02 WHIP, 26.7 percent HR/FB rate, 29.0 percent line-drive rate and 34.0 percent hard-contact rate to that handedness Bour sports a .390 wOBA, 25.2 percent line-drive rate, 25.0 percent HR/FB rate and 43.9 percent hard-contact rate against righties, along with a .428 wOBA versus the four-seam fastball that Chatwood yields a .435 wOBA on when throwing. Rockies relievers also have an 8.56 ERA and have allowed a .372 wOBA to lefty bats at home in September.