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Papi should be in for a doozy. Our system positively hates Gavin Floyd, and Papi crushes any right handers he faces in Fenway. A homer or a double are absolutely in play, and I suspect that Papi will top a lot of Total Bases lists tonight.
Roberto Hernandez was never a good starting pitcher, and now he is 74 years old and pitching in an awesome hitter's park. Don't let the mediocre ERA fool you, Roberto is going to be run out of the league by September. Multiple total bases are absolutely in play.
Kinsler has been dominant in the hits category recently, and now he faces a lefty, which is REALLY in his wheelhouse. Love him for multiple hits in this game.
The people's champ in the hits category - this pick should come as little surprise. Duffy has been pretty ineffective at striking guys out this year, and Altuve doesn't really walk. Hard to imagine him not coming away with at least a hit in this game.
The only play for me in the top strikeout spot. The Reds have a lot of big strikeout guys, and they are without their best hitter, nearly assuring Kershaw a long run of batters to face, and ultimately K.
Wilson has been awesome this year, and the Mariners are a full head worse against left handed pitching. Safeco actually boosts K% as well, and Wilson could go pretty deep in this one. A very strong play for either of your bottom 2 strikeout slots.
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