Daily Fantasy Baseball must starts: Friday September 21st

Daily Fantasy BaseballThe Brewers have a strong matchup, but their stud should be avoided while their banged up outfielder should find his way onto your roster is he is in Milwaukee’s tonight.

Value plays:

Michael Bourn – Kyle Kendrick was on a roll until the Houston Astros (!) recorded 7 hits and 4 earned runs against the righty in only 5 innings. It may only be one poor start after a streak of 6 straight quality starts, but this is more in line with Kendrick’s career numbers (4.32 ERA and 1.37 WHIP). On top of Kendrick possibly falling upon rough times sooner rather than later, Bourn has abused the righty in 14 career at bats. The Braves leadoff hitter has 7 hits in those 14 at bats and is slugging an uncharacteristic .929. A top of the order hitter with a history of a power stroke against a specific pitcher is impossible to avoid, and you won’t have to break the bank to roster Bourn in daily fantasy baseball games.

Corey Hart (assuming health) – Few players have had success against Edwin Jackson like Hart, which is why his nagging foot injury isn’t enough to scare me away. Hart has yet to get cheated on a single at bat against righty, recording 6 hits in 11 bats on his wildly aggressive swing. Half of his hits have gone for extra bases, giving him an other worldly1.182 slugging percentage. He leads a team that is batting .376 against Jackson, giving him more run producing potential than any other player you could roster. Read more…