FanDuel Algorithmic Picks (9/22)

Low Salary

1.3016SSJhonny PeraltaCIN@STL$2,3001.5605242322.993604523
1.1282OFBrandon GuyerTAM@BOS$2,4001.3817365162.707639539
1.11353BDerek DietrichPHI@MIA$2,3001.3349946672.560963803
1.09211BAdrian GonzalezARI@LOS$2,7001.4187421392.94880016

High Salary

0.8921OFAndrew McCutchenPIT@COL$5,2001.6083362644.639151093
0.9529OFStarling MartePIT@COL$4,2001.5438546024.002128541
1.0987OFJason HeywardCIN@STL$3,2001.5538605043.515984958
1.00703BAramis RamirezPIT@COL$3,5001.4893086253.52434746


Low Salary

Jhonny Peralta $2,300 – Still has a ridiculously low price for how good of a hitter he is. He draws the struggling youngster Keyvius Sampson (1.86 WHIP) at home. The Cardinals are projected for 4.8 runs.

Brandon Guyer $2,400 – Guyer gets a favorable matchup hitting leadoff against the lefty Henry Owens – a fantastic park for righties.

Derek Dietrich $2,300 – The Marlins are projected for a rare 4.5 runs. Dietrich gets a lefty vs righty matchup with Aaron Harang, who has logged an atrocious 1-12 record since mid-May.

Adrian Gonzalez $2,700 – Were you worried about using Gonzalez last night because of his back issue? Well, he was just fine as he went 2-for-4 with a HR and a double. Gonzalez still has way too cheap of a price, and the Dodgers are projected for 4.3 runs.


High Salary

Andrew McCutchen $5,200 – The first of several great plays in the Pirates Rockies games. Pittsburgh is projected for 5.8 runs. McCutchen gets the righty vs lefty matchup with Chris Rusin (1.56 WHIP).

Starling Marte $4,200 – Same game. Righty vs lefty here as well.

Jason Heyward $3,200 – Heyward’s price has subtly dropped with an average September, but he’s simply too cheap going against Sampson.

Aramis Ramirez $3,500 – All aboard the righty vs lefty Pirates ship.

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