The Mariners clear a logjam, the Tigers get another ace, and the Rays end years of speculation.
Paul builds his lineup around Jose Abreu and Andrew McCutchen, which means pinching pennies elsewhere.
Rangers starter Nick Martinez has struggles versus opposite-handed batters, so the Yankees’ lefty bats might be a strong play.
The Braves’ lefty is pitching well, and his matchup with the Padres cements his spot in Paul’s suggested lineup.
The Nationals face a rookie pitcher at Coors Field, so Paul has two of them in his recommended lineup.
The Phillies’ second baseman hasn’t hit well since the beginning of June, but Paul likes his matchup today.
C.J. Cron could offer a cheap option at the position, saving you money to splurge elsewhere.
Paul recommends a couple of NL Central hurlers to anchor your pitching staff today.
If you listen to Paul today, all of your pitchers and one of your hitters will have the same first name.
Paul anchors his pitching staff with Bartolo Colon to save money for his favorite bats.
The Reds ace is still available at a bargain price after starting the year on the shelf, which makes him a good option to anchor your pitching staff.
Paul tries out a new format, recommending three hitters and five pitchers for your daily squad.
The Orioles righty has struggled this year, so Paul loads up on Blue Jays set to square off with Jimenez today.
Mike Napoli has hit well coming off the DL, and Paul is buying him at a bargain price.