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Carlos Gonzalez, OF, vs. SD (Cashner), $22: Since June 6, Gonzalez has a .305 batting average with 22 homers, 40 runs and 52 RBI. He’s been the No. 2 fantasy hitter over this 58-game span despite not recording one steal and being one of the bigger fantasy disappointments beforehand. CarGo has as many homers (13) over the past 22 games as he did over the season’s first 85 contests.
Brett Anderson, SP, vs. Cin (Holmberg), $33: He’s coming off a rough start but has been perfectly serviceable all season (3.43 ERA). Anderson is the fifth-cheapest pitcher Saturday despite the Dodgers being the most favored (-180) team on the entire slate.
Patrick Corbin, SP, at Atl (Foltynewicz), $43: He sports a 35:8 K:BB ratio over 35.1 innings since returning from injury, with an 11.1 SwStr% combined with a 1.63 GB/FB ratio. Corbin will be facing an Atlanta offense that’s recorded the third-lowest OPS (.641) in baseball this season.
Stephen Vogt, C, at Bal (Gonzalez), $15: He owns a .275/.361/.504 line with 15 homers over 262 at bats against right handers and should be in the lineup after resting Thursday. Vogt has hit better on the road this year, and he’s batting in a park Saturday that’s increased home runs by 33 percent over the past three seasons, which is the most among any in the American League.
Paul Goldschmidt, 1B, at Atl (Foltynewicz), $20: He remains one of the best hitters in baseball yet isn’t priced as such here. Mike Foltynewicz has strike out stuff and may turn into a good pitcher in the future, but he currently has a 5.23 ERA with a 1.59 WHIP and a .307 BAA.
Chase Utley, 2B, at Mil (Nelson), $7: He’s 11-for-22 since returning from the DL, as he’s clearly feeling better at the plate than at any point earlier in the year. There’s no guarantee Utley will be in the lineup Saturday, but the main takeaway here is to go cheap at second base.
Nolan Arenado, 3B, vs. SD (Cashner), $17: He’s hitting in Coors Field and for what it’s worth, 27 of his 29 homers have come against righties this year. Those 29 bombs rank second among all National League hitters, but his price doesn’t reflect that.
Jose Reyes, SS, vs. SD (Cashner), $15: He has an ugly .505 OPS since joining the Rockies, but he’s attempted six steals in those 14 games, continues to hit atop the order, and the best hitter’s park in baseball is going to help boost his stats soon enough.
Josh Reddick, OF, at Bal (Gonzalez), $15: He has a .307/.353/.498 line with 11 homers over 293 at bats against RHP this season, and he’s facing a pitcher who’s allowed 10 home runs over 58.1 innings against LHB.
Coco Crisp, OF, at Bal (Gonzalez), $11: Before this year, Crisp had been very productive when in the lineup. More durability issues have came about in 2015, but he’s back in action now and had four hits Friday, and he’s pretty affordable for someone who’s averaged 14 homers and 26 steals over the past three seasons while averaging just 126 games over that span.