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The offenses of the Bears and Wiz exploded against a pair of likely playoff teams Wednesday, scoring 14 and 11 runs, respectively, against Heroes and Twins. Those lineups naturally provided more than their fair share of strong stacks, with Jose Fernandez's five hits and four runs standing out as one of the best performances of the year. Elsewhere, the Tigers narrowly escaped with a 4-3 victory over the Eagles, needing a three-run rally in the bottom of the ninth that was capped by a Ji Wan Na walkoff single. On the pitching side, David Buchanan and Chang Mo Koo rebounded from poor showings in their previous turns in the rotation to pitch two of the best games of the season. Buchanan struck out seven Wyverns while allowing just four hits and one run in a complete game, while Koo allowed two runs in seven innings against the Giants while striking out 11. Thursday's slate could see some more high run totals, with a fairly shallow pool of truly reliable arms taking the hill.
I haven't generally been a Warwick Saupold ($8,500 DraftKings, $23 FanDuel as "Hanwha Starting P") fan this season, as his low strikeout rate and lack of run support from the awful Eagles lineup caps his upside even though he does do a good job keeping runs off the board. He's coming off his two biggest strikeout days of the season, however, whiffing a combined 13 batters over his last two starts against a pair of