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What you need to know for MLB Wednesday games

By Todd Zola

  • Friday’s schedule consists of 15 record matches, all competing under the spotlight. The menu has a little bit of everything, including ace throwing, weapons for streaming, and targeting offenses. Let’s start with the best pitcher selected as Michael Lorenzen (34% listed on ESPN’s charts) scores as the sixth best pitcher in Friday’s game when the Angels host the Mariners. Lorenzen got off to a rough start against the Mariners, but the rematch will be in Anaheim.



We expect Michael Lorenzen to rebound early in Friday’s game against the Mariners, as he has shown a much better performance in home games in 2022. Video by Tristan H Cockcroft

  • Mitch Keeler (3%) is an interesting pickup for a pirate road date with The Rise. The quick-hit Tampa squad is missing several key bats. In late May, Keeler cut back on his use of the four-seam, and instead threw a weight that the Yankees taught him closer Clay Holmes when they were his teammates last season. In the four starts since the change was made, Keeler has posted 2.42 ERA and 1.21 WHIP. However, a lot of that is better luck with lower BABIP and fewer human beings. However, this is a good place for Keeler to build on his list of recent work.

  • Three other bombers to consider for an immediate start are Alex Cobb (24%), Dylan Bundy (19%) and Cole Irvine (11%). Cobb still owes a sharp ERA correction, and with the Reds visiting Oracle Park, the drop is likely to begin. Bundy is coming off one of his best games of the season. It’s in the right place to keep it up against the Rockies’ crime with pedestrian road numbers. Irvine’s low hits make him a risk, but the Royals’ lineup is the sixth lowest for a WOBA game with a left on the hill.

  • Kyle Hendrix was disappointing, even though he had encouraged six in each of his last efforts. However, the St. Louis Cardinals’ hitters are in a good place for DFS or traditional fantasy. Key targets include Dylan Carlson (54%), Harrison Bader (53%), Brendan Donovan (44%), Nolan Gorman (25%) and Juan Ypez (8%). Donovan is particularly tempting with eligibility in the first, second and third as he hits from both holes.

  • A pair of Diamondbacks are in a hot spot against Detroit right-hand Ronnie Garcia as Alec Thomas (15%) and Josh Rojas (34%) have the platoon while hitting the top third of the standings. Michael Chavis (4%) got the job done from the hacker’s cleanup position while Garen Doran (3%) sits on top of the Red Sox attack.

The bowler classification begins on Wednesday

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