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Each day of the MLB season will bring us some major price differences among starting pitchers on all sites. These price discrepancies and the site's roster differences can alter the way we use pitchers on each site, as well as how the field of opponents will use them. Listed below are five of today's top pitchers, each with their salary listed as well as the cafe value that takes into account both the total salary cap on the site and points-per-dollar. We've also provided some betting info for you reference. The higher the cafe value, the better the points-per-dollar play is.

Chris Sale

Sale is the class of this slate, and he draws a matchup against a Twins team that has been around league average against LHP this season (.314 wOBA, 93 wRC+), but does walk at a 10.3% clip and strike out just 19.9% of the time in this split. With that said, Sale has been nothing short of dominant this season, and is coming off two straight outings of 8+ innings and 10 strikeouts. He struck out 10 Twins in his one start against them this season, although he allowed four earned runs over six innings of work in that game, which was one of only two starts for Sale that weren't Quality Starts this season. Sale's numbers have dipped just a bit over the last month, but he still owns a 35.1% K rate on the season, a 2.63 xFIP, and 2.61 SIERA. He'll be the chalk once again, but for once, this slate isn't without other viable options. Continue to lock Sale into your cash game lineups tonight.

FanDuel

GPP Ownership: 40-45%

Cash Game Ownership: 65-70%

Verdict: Cash/GPP Option

DraftKings

GPP Ownership: 50-55%

Cash Game Ownership: 70-75%

Verdict: Cash/GPP Option

Yahoo!

GPP Ownership: 50-55%

Cash Game Ownership: 70-75%

Verdict: Cash/GPP Option

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