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Fred VanVleet put himself on the NBA map as a young, dependable sixth man for the top-seeded team in the Eastern Conference. The problem for Toronto now is that the 23-year-old restricted free agent is now firmly on other teams’ radars.
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Robinson Chirinos (R), 5 percent, Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox (LHP Carlos Rodon): A top-10 fantasy catcher during the past month, Chirinos boasts a .904 OPS in June and gets the platoon advantage in a hitter-friendly park. While Rodon has pitched well since returning from the DL, homers have been an issue, which sets things up nicely for the Texas backstop.

Joe Mauer (L), 7 percent, Minnesota Twins at Chicago Cubs (RHP Tyler Chatwood): Mauer isn’t an upside play, but he’s still a quality play. Left-handed batters are reaching base 42.9 percent of the time against Chatwood this season, and 13 of the 16 extra-base hits he’s allowed have DeMarcus Cousins Jersey been hit by lefties. Mauer, meanwhile, is batting .280 with a .371 OBP against right-handed pitching during the past three seasons. He’s a good bet to reach base a couple of times in this matchup.

In addition to his myriad accomplishments on the court, Yao’s popularity back home helped the NBA develop a huge fan base in China that continues to thrive nearly a decade after his retirement.

With such a strong scheduled set of starters, most of Monday’s pitchers exceed our guideline of being on a roster in more than 50 percent of ESPN leagues, while the inventory of hitters in a favorable spot is lighter than normal. But, that’s where we come in! After agonizing over the data, here are the most-available pitchers and hitters in the best spots to help fortify the natural holes in your Monday Enes Kanter Youth Jersey lineup, with one-third of the league enjoying an off day.

Brent Suter (L), rostered in 38 percent of ESPN leagues, Milwaukee Brewers vs. Minnesota Twins: Relying on a pitcher who is averaging just 87 mph with his fastball doesn’t give one the warm fuzzies, but Suter has been making it work. The key is pinpoint control, as Suter has walked only 18 batters in his 88.1 innings. Not only will the Twins be devoid of the designated hitter as the visitor in this interleague affair, the bulk of their lineup swings from the left side, giving Suter the edge.