Daily Archives: July 19, 2016
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Daily Matchups for 7/20/2016
Carlos Carrasco- Normally it’s hard for us here at dailyrotohelp.com to suggest pitchers against the Kansas City Royals but they are banged up and aren’t playing well this year. Carrasco has been able to hold the Royals to a .245 BA (38 for 155) with 44 strikeouts, 37 groundouts, a 25.7% K Rate to go along with a miniscule 7% Walk Rate. He’s only allowed 6 HRs in the 155 ABs and comes in with a great opportunity to go 6+ innings, 6+ Ks and the potential for the W which is an extra bonus on FD.
Kyle Hendricks- When you think stud pitching you don’t think Hendricks but he has been pitching well as of late and could get the run support needed to take down the Mets. Lifetime against them, he’s held them to a .195 BA (8 hits in 41 ABs) with a 17.8% K-rate, 2.2% Walk rate and 8 Ks with no HRs given up. It’s not a great pitching slate to look for the Studs we had on Monday night so be prepared.
Marcus Stroman- Stroman gets to to face a terrible D-backs team. He’s only faced 4 batters and hasn’t given up a hit. There’s not much else to go on here so use him with caution if needed.
Michael Pineda- Which Pineda shows up to this game? The one who struck out 16 of these Orioles’ bats last season, or the one who can give up 16 hits in 1 game? Lifetime against Baltimore Pineda has given up a .281 BA (36 for 128) with 41 Ks (30.1% K-Rate) with a 3.7% Walk Rate while giving up 7 HRs. He gets to face Chris Davis so that could be 1 HR to go along with 3-4 Ks just from him. He’s more of a fringe cash play and more heavily used for GPPs tonight.
Jeremy Hellickson- It almost pains me to put his name as he’s not been great in the past, but it seems like he turned things around this season. He’s facing a Marlins’ team that is very up and down this season. Hellickson has held the Marlins to a .213 BA (26 for 122) with a 14.1% K-rate and a 3.9% Walk Rate. Hellickson has induced 31 groundouts, 20 flyouts, 18 strikeouts and 14 lineouts to go along with only 2 HRs.
Felix Hernandez- The real question will be “Which King Felix do we get tonight?” He’s fresh off the DL and gets a nice matchup against the sliding White Sox. When Felix was good he has held them to a .241 BA (26 for 108) with an 18.6% K-Rate, 5.1% Walk Rate with 22 strikeouts, 27 groundouts, 19 singles, and only 2 HRs.