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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Baseball Helper: Monday 7/5/21

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the Washington Nationals
Musgrove's 30.0%
Milwaukee Brewers
CubsThe Chicago Cubs
BravesThe Atlanta Braves'
Chase De Jong
the Philadelphia Phillies
25.4%).The Phillies'

Brandon Woodruff
Joe Musgrove
Max Fried
Dylan Cease
3.22 SIERA
Tylor Megill
Matt Moore
5.21 SIERA
Willson Contreras
Kris Bryant
Javier Baez
Patrick Wisdom
De Jong
Ronald Acuna
Freddie Freeman
Ozzie Albies
Austin Riley
Dansby Swanson
Guillermo Heredia
Abraham Almonte
Zach Davies
Odubel Herrera
Jean Segura
J.T. Realmuto
Bryce Harper
Andrew McCutchen
Rhys Hoskins


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Hill rates as numberFire's second-best value behind only Tylor Megill ($6,200), who is up against the high-strikeout Milwaukee Brewers.Megill himself is viable if we want to avoid the Woodruff chalk and go with an entirely different lineup build.Chicago CubsThe Chicago Cubs enter the night with the highest implied run total of the night by far at 5.87 runs.They'll be facing lefty Matt Moore, who boasts a weak 5.21 SIERA, a lowly 17.6% strikeout rate, and a slate-worst 21.4% called-strike-plus-whiff rate.The Cubs' bats should feature plenty of righties, namely Willson Contreras ($2,600), Kris Bryant ($3,400), Javier Baez ($3,500), and Patrick Wisdom ($2,600) inside the top five, which they ran out yesterday against a lefty.Combine all this with a great hitting environment -- winds nearing 15 miles per hour to right-center field and temperatures in the mid 80s -- and the Cubs are an easy stack to want to build around.Atlanta BravesThe Atlanta Braves' implied run total of 5.14 is top-three on the slate. Davies has a slate-worst SIERA of 5.61 across his 363 batters faced this season, and he also is second-worst on the slate in strikeout rate (15.2%) and just 18th in called-strikes-plus-whiff rate (25.4%).The Phillies' bats are a lot more affordable for our salary caps, too, and would pair well with a Woodruff lineup.Odubel Herrera ($2,500), Jean Segura ($2,800), J.T. Realmuto ($2,800), Bryce Harper ($3,800), Andrew McCutchen ($2,900), and Rhys Hoskins ($3,000) are all viable, though we ideally would be locking in Harper and pivoting one way or the other with the stack.The Phillies' implied run total is 5.13, fourth-best on the slate.© 2009-2021 numberFire, Inc. Certain headlines thanks to Rotoworld.

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