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Cleveland Indians - Team Total: 5.75

Player

Position

DraftKings Salary

FanDuel Salary

Bradley ZimmerOF$5,200$3,500
Francisco LindorSS$4,600$3,900
Michael BrantleyOF$4,800$3,900
Edwin Encarnacion1B$5,300$3,800
Jose Ramirez2B/3B$5,100$3,600

The Indians have been on this list several times before this season. With Edwin Encarnacion adding massive power, and the return or Michael Brantley, this Indians offense has been so good this year. They also own the best batting average over the past seven days, as well as being second in runs scored in that same span. Lefty Bradley Zimmer has also given the Indians a major lift in production recently. Zimmer has had a somewhat down month, but over his past seven games, he owns a .417 wOBA with two home runs. Jose Ramirez is also a threat to post a huge DFS output on almost any night. This is one of those nights that he should do a lot of damage with Doug Fister on the hill. In his short time in 2017, Fister has shown to us that he probably should've retired by now, but why not continue to make some money while owning a 7.46 ERA. Fister has been absolutely terrible, and his last start, he gave up six runs in just 4 1/3 innings to the Blue Jays. With the amount of left handed batters the Indians can throw at Fister, he is in a lot of trouble with his .446 wOBA allowed to lefties this year.

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