The 12 games scheduled June 22, 2017 are split evenly; 6 day games and 6 night games. Highlights include Godley starting in Coors Field and Wood facing the Mets at home.
Johnny G invites the MLB experts from Hammer DFS to take an early look at who they predict will go deep to help you fill out your rosters on DraftKings and FanDuel.
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Here are Johnny G’s Home Run predictions for 6/22/17:
Alex: Edwin Encarnacion is 5 for 10 vs Miley, 2 of which were homers. E5 is hot in the month of June with 7 HRs and a .543 wOBA vs LHP.
Chris: Currently Matt Cain’s ERA is under 5.00, but that is only a result of pitching in a pitcher-friendly home park. Cain on the road is the gas can we remember and grew fond of stacking against. He’s pitching in Atlanta which is a great place for lefty power, so I’m taking Matt Adams. Adams is a new man since being shipped to the Braves. He’s 3 for 8 in his career vs. Cain but without a strikeout. So he puts the ball in play and they are averaging 93 mph leaving his bat. That makes for a quick ride to the right field seats.
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