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MLB DFS Pitching Gems July 28: Targeting The White Sox Again?

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Get set for today’s MLB DFS Pitching slate with our top FanDuel and Draftkings arms to build around on the fantasy baseball schedule.

Hey guys, I am back for this very nice slate we have on tap for today. With no shortage of MLB DFS pitching studs, you will want to pay up, but which ace has the most upside? Don’t sweat it because I will do all of the hard hard work for you guys, and give everyone plenty of options to help best figure out what works best in your lineups. I am going to make this short and sweet, listing four pitchers, one stud. and actually, three value play options. All of these plays can be used in cash games, or GPP’s, although ownership will be very different among these guys, that does not mean they can’t be used in cash games.

I’ll also mention before we get started, you will see a variety of different statistics in this article, such as xFIP (Expected Fielding Independent Pitching), ISO (Isolated Power), K (Strikeout) rate, GB (Ground-ball) rate, FB (Fly-Ball) rate, and HC (Hard Contact). Along with various other statistics that will focus on a player’s specific pitch-type. This allows us to isolate specific pitchers, who are not only in good matchups but are also in good recent form.

Everything you see in this article can be found on various websites, such as Brooks Baseball or RotoGrinders Plate IQ. These are two of my favorite websites/tools, to use for research, and the best thing about them is they are completely free. Alright, let’s dive in!

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