Walker Buehler and Tylor Megill showing leverage for Friday

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Pitchers seeing the most leverage: Walker Buehler, Tylor Megill

Walker Buehler has been very disappointing this season, especially lately. He’s regressed statistically across the board, but most importantly, Buehler’s batting output is approaching 20% ​​and his HardHit % allowed is hovering above 40%, the highest mark of his career. Tonight, Buehler will face the Dodgers’ arch-rival San Francisco Giants, who have hit the ball well all year, placing in the top ten in ISO, wOBA and wRC+. We’re fully aware of Buehler’s ability to dominate, but should we be confident he’ll turn against a solid Giants lineup? If we got him at a discount, it would be tempting to bet on Buehler’s potential ceiling, but with such a comprehensive roster against a powerful attack, there are safer plays to be made.

Tylor Megill was dominant for an injury-riddled New York Mets rotation. However, his last start against the Washington Nationals was a disaster, as he allowed a staggering eight earned runs in 1.1 innings pitched. It’s safe to say the performance was an outlier as he immediately found himself on the IL with his return scheduled for tonight. Prior to this unforgettable start, Megill had a 2.43 ERA in six outings, so it’s safe to assume that his extensive work is what we should prioritize when assessing his worth. He’ll get his chance with the Los Angeles Angels, who finally snapped their 14-game losing streak. We know how awful the Angels’ offense has been over the past few weeks, ranking near the bottom of every offensive category, so if you don’t believe in their turnaround, betting on Megill’s return to form is a game. upwards given the leverage effect.