Daily Fantasy Baseball must starts: Thursday September 13th

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Pedro Ciriaco – This man needs to be your starting SS in daily fantasy baseball leagues whenever the Yankees and Red Sox meet; it’s that simple. His batting average has hovered around .500 all season against the Bronx Bombers, and his energy has a way of sparking the Boston lineup. These games may mean nothing for the Red Sox in the standings, but for players like Ciriaco, who are trying to prove they belong in the big leagues, these games could not mean more. The 26 year old shortstop is a slap hitter who fits the mold of an ideal leadoff hitter, but he has knocked in 4 runs (more than half of his season total against NYY) against Hughes, which only adds to his fantasy baseball value.

Torii Hunter – The veteran outfielder is often overshadowed by Mike Trout and Albert Pujols, but hitting behind both of them should leave Hunter in an enviable position. The A’s Brett Anderson has never had to face the Trout/Pujols combination, and figures to struggle with their ability to adjust over the course of an at bat. It seems safe to conclude that there will be runners on base for Hunter, and he has made the most of those opportunities against the Oakland lefty. Hunter holds a .385 career batting average against Anderson with more RBI than hits. Last season, Anderson gave up more hits than innings pitched, and I think that’ll be the case tonight against the  desperate Angels. Read more…

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