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Matt Moore, SF vs. STL ($8,000): Forgiving the one hiccup at Coors Field, Moore has turned in some very good outings of late. In his last three non-Coors starts, he has allowed just three runs while striking out 25 in 21 innings. The Cardinals are mediocre against lefties in both wRC+ (96) and K-rate (21.2 percent), and the pitcher-friendly AT&T Park will do them no favors. Since joining the Giants at the beginning of August, Moore's K-rate is 24.4 percent.
Brian McCann, NYY at BOS ($3,100): The Padres tried to make him look good two games ago, but hopefully the Blue Jays evaporated any lingering question you had of Buchholz's quality (or at least that he can be consistent in providing said quality). Buchholz's xFIP split at home against lefties this season is 6.61. With Gary Sanchez mania, McCann often goes overlooked – that is a mistake. We are at the middle of September now and McCann already has three home runs this month and a 107 wRC+ despite a paltry .182 BABIP. McCann will never be a high BABIP guys given his lack of running ability after years behind the plate, but his 16 home runs against right-handed pitching this year showcase his potential.
David Ortiz, BOS at NYY ($4,300): The end of the Ortiz saga is quickly approaching with just more than two weeks left in the regular season. He has been excellent against right-handed pitchers at Fenway Park this season, posing a 203 wRC+, .480 wOBA, .423 ISO and 1.209 OPS. Meanwhile, the Yankees are throwing out Luis Cessa, who's allowed 2.45 HR/9 in 47.2 innings this season.
Dustin Pedroia, BOS at NYY ($3,400): That 2.45 HR/9 allowed by Cessa mentioned above wasn't specified for a split. He's given up a lot of home runs to batters from both sides of the plate. Pedroia isn't necessarily known for his home-run ability, but he is capable and his 161 wRC+ over the past 30 days represents an excellent run of form.
Nolan Arenado, COL vs. SD ($3,800): Arenado isn't really a lefty-masher by any means, maybe that's why he's below $4K, but the Rockies are projected to score nearly seven runs. Arenado leads the team in home runs (37), runs (107) and RBI (121). He's been better against righties than lefties this season, but that has not been the case over his career, where his numbers are actually slightly better against lefties.
Jose Peraza, CIN vs. PIT ($2,800): He's no Billy Hamilton, but from an actual hitting perspective that's probably a good thing. Peraza has a 153 wRC+ over his last 90 plate appearances, as well as five stolen bases. Make sure he gets the leadoff spot in the order, where he's been for his last nine appearances.
Gregory Polanco, PIT at CIN ($3,200): The .229 batting average over the last 28 games isn't ideal, but when leveraged with a solid .220 ISO and BABIP of just .259 we can probably attribute a lot of Polanco's struggles over that span to bad luck. This game has a 9.5-run over/under at the home-run-friendly Great American Ballpark. Polanco has far passed his previous high of nine home runs, as he's already reached 21 this year.
Marcell Ozuna, MIA at PHI ($3,200): It appears sitting out the first part of September might have done the trick. To start the season, Ozuna looked like one of the top players in the league. In May he had a 208 wRC+ behind seven home runs and a .411 average. Even with his massive struggles over the second half of the season (63 wRC+), his wRC+ against lefties on the season still sits at 147 fueled by a .319 ISO. Opposing pitcher Adam Morgan has been better of late, but he's allowed 2.27 HR/9 against righties this season.
Andrew McCutchen, PIT at CIN ($3,600): It's taken a long time, but it appears McCutchen has finally gotten back on track in the hitting department. So far in September he has a 148 wRC+ despite a .231 BABIP; five home runs in just 52 at bats will do that.