Pitcher: $7,200 Antonio Senzatela- Senzatela has been arguably the best rookie pitcher of this season to date as he won National League Rookie of the Month for April. That is an especially impressive feat considering he plays his home games at hitter-friendly Coors Park. Seeing as he will be on the road in this one, Sensately has a very high chance at turning in an excellent outing. There is no other pitcher that you can choose that has as much value for an excellent price.

Catcher: $2,600 Jason Castro- There is a dearth of options at the catcher position but Castro stands out. He will come with a very low ownership and should have a solid performance as he with be facing Chris Young.

First Base: $3,500 Logan Morrison- He has been destroying righties this year and he should be able to continue that trend against Masahiro Tanaka. Tanaka has looked anything but ace-like this year so this is a matchup that I would like to target.

Second Base: $3,200 Jason Kipnis- Kipnis has enjoyed a nice little not streak recently and that should carry over for tonight. He has fared much better against righties this year and he will me matched up with one in Mike Fiers who owns a 5.75 ERA on the season.

Third Base: $3,100 Jose Ramirez- Ramirez has also been seeing the ball very well recently and should be able to reap the rewards in a tremendous matchup with Fiers. He has home run potential, but sine he is a contact hitter, there is always a nice floor.

Shortstop: $3,600 Trea Turner- Turner recently went on a cold stretch but that looks like it is all in the past now. He will have the opportunity for a huge night in a mouth-watering matchup with Bartolo Colon.

Outfield: $4,800 Bryce Harper- Even though his price tag is difficult to stomach the matchup is there for Harper to enjoy a big night. He has been one of (if not the) best hitters in the MLB this year so far. The potential is always there for a big night and he tends to come through more often than not.

Outfield: $3,600 Corey Dickerson- Dickerson is becoming known as an excellent all-around hitter, not just a specialist against righties. However, he still mashes righties and draws a matchup with a struggling one. Dickerson will have the opportunity to have a big night.

Outfield: $3,400 Kyle Schwarber- Schwarber does most home his damage against right-handed pitching and will luckily face some as the Milwaukee Brewers will start Chase Anderson on the bump. There is plenty of home run potential, but there is always a good deal of risk that comes with playing Schwarber.