The Orioles have one of baseball's most improved pitching staffs, whether it's because of the new fences at Camden Yards or because their rebuild is finally taking shape.
With a mediocre ERA, the club has a few noteworthy prospects ready to make their debut this season.
Across his first three Major League starts, Bradley has logged a 16:3 K: BB ratio.
This week, he has two home starts (admittedly against the Yankees and Rays), and this could be the last chance to get him in 12-team formats.
By adding Ortega to your DFS lineup, you could save money that can be spent elsewhere and get a decent stat line at the same time.
Since May, the speedy outfielder has been hitting leadoff against right-handed pitchers after a slow start to the season (.857 OPS).
With Bryce Wilson on the pitching staff, who has a 5.82 ERA and a 1.52 WHIP, he could reach base often.
Today, someone on the Rangers is going to steal a base, and my guess is that it will be White.
He has swiped five bags in his past five games and leads the team with seven steals.
It is not necessary for White to reach base for him to run wild on Angels starter Noah Syndergaard, who struggles to hold runners every year and leads the Majors with 10 stolen bases.
Although steals aren't often a driving force in Yahoo daily contests, White could produce a solid point total at an affordable price.
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