Corey Kluber Daily Fantasy Baseball Profile - 2016

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Dan Shapiro
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Corey Kluber Daily Fantasy Baseball Profile - 2016 has your Corey Kluber Daily Fantasy Baseball profile updated May 4, 2016.

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Corey Kluber turned in a second straight quality start for Cleveland the other day but has allowed 49 hits off of 152 at bats against the current Tigers roster.  He allowed just one run in eight innings against them on April 23.

He is priced at $10.1K at DraftKings for Wednesday’s game.


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Kluber achieved a less-than-stellar 9-16 record in 2015 but actually pitched much better than that win-loss ration might otherwise suggest. 

Kluber has all of the strong indicators fantasy owners look for in starting pitchers and could once again be a top-10 pitcher in 2016, suggests.

Coming into Sunday’s game against the Mets, Kluber’s salary was expected to be around $12.2K and much too high for our tastes.  

He was sensational against Tampa Bay in six innings before giving up three runs in the next 1 2/3 innings.

The Mets have won six of the last eight in this series

- Dan Shapiro,

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