Paulo Orlando (OF-KC): Royals center fielder Paulo Orlando went 4-for-5 with a homer, a triple, a walk, three RBIs and three runs scored Sunday vs. the Twins. Orlando is seizing everyday at-bats for the Royals as they assess what they have for 2017. While he's a must add, especially in ROTO formats, Orlando is likely to regress significantly, as he carries a .412 BABIP despite a below average hard hit rate. He has only walked eight times all season, and an adjustment period is likely on the horizon.
Troy Tulowitzki (SS-TOR): Troy Tulowitzki went 3-for-4 with a homer, three RBIs and two runs. Tulo posted a .380 wOBA in June and July after struggling through the season's first two months. The big night is a welcomed sign for fantasy owners, and the veteran looks healthy and ready to deliver down the stretch. His .261 BABIP is 55 points below his career norm despite a 35 percent hard hit rate that sits slightly above his career average.
Luis Severino (SP-NYY): Luis Severino allowed seven earned runs in 3 2/3 innings and then was promptly sent back to AAA. Oddly enough Severino posted a 3.61 xFIP, but allowed 10 homers in 51 1/3 innings. He struggled with mixing in the changeup and turning over the lineup, which has many believing he's destined for the pen. His value looks depleted for the remainder of the season, but his has the kind of arm that will eventually deliver in some capacity for keeper league owners.
Adrian Beltre (3B-TEX): While his $3400 FanDuel price tag isn't cheap, Adrian Beltre is worth the investment today for his matchup at home against Ross Detwiler. Beltre has posted a .406 wOBA with a 12:12 walk-to-strikeout rate against lefties this season, while Detwiler has allowed a wOBA north of .400 against righties over his last full season. Add in Beltre's success at home, where he has posted a .365 wOBA this season, and you have the ingredients for a solid play across the board.
Martin Perez (SP-TEX): Martin Perez, priced at $6400 on FanDuel, makes for a sneaky tournament play for his home matchup against the A's today, one that allows you to pay up for bats. Perez has posted a .303 wOBA at home, where he's allowed five earned runs in his last 18 2/3 innings. Oakland is 23rd in total offense vs. left-handers, and while they don't strikeout often against them, Perez's game is more oriented to inducing weak contact on the ground.