Tuesday’s daily SP rankings feature a trio of bankable former Cy Young winners at the top, but you’re going to be limiting your offensive budget if you take any of them. Fortunately for those looking to save a few bucks for hitters, there are plenty of value sleepers in MLB DFS contests. Jack Flaherty (vs. Marlins) is relatively affordable and should be highly owned given his matchup, and Jake Arrieta (@ Nationals) is also in a good spot based on the stat splits. If you’re willing to accept a slightly lower ceiling, you can get great deals on Yusei Kikuchi (vs. Royals), Brett Anderson (vs. Orioles), and Ryan Yarbrough (@ Yankees), especially on DraftKings. Watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whip-around show on DAZNThere aren’t a lot of obvious fades based on matchups, though David Price (@ Twins) and Patrick Corbin (vs. Phillies) seem slightly overpriced. Check the Fantasy Alarm Weather Center closer to lineup lock for the latest weather reports. MORE TUESDAY MLB: DFS picksToday’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Pitcher Rankings: Tuesday, June 18(O) = Opener | (PLR) = Primary Long RelieverRankPitcherTeamOpponentOpp. wRC+ vs. LHP (rank)Opp. wRC+ vs. RHP (rank)FDDK1Justin [email protected] RedsN/A80 (26th)$12,000$11,9002Clayton KershawDodgersvs. Giants68 (T-29th)N/A$10,700$11,2003Jacob [email protected] BravesN/A107 (9th)$10,400$10,3004Jack FlahertyCardinalsvs. MarlinsN/A76 (29th)$8,000$8,7005Brandon [email protected] PadresN/A89 (T-20th)$9,300$9,3006Cole HamelsCubsvs. White SoxN/A91 (18th)$8,600$10,5007Jake [email protected] NationalsN/A88 (22nd)$7,900$7,3008David PriceRed [email protected] Twins132 (2nd)N/A$9,000$9,1009Tyler [email protected] Blue Jays82 (24th)N/A$7,600$8,50010Marcus StromanBlue Jaysvs. AngelsN/A114 (T-4th)$7,400$8,10011Patrick CorbinNationalsvs. Phillies100 (12th)N/A$9,400$8,20012Zach [email protected] RangersN/A103 (11th)$7,800$7,90013Julio TeheranBravesvs. MetsN/A95 (14th)$8,200$9,50014Yusei KikuchiMarinersvs. Royals70 (28th)N/A$6,000$5,30015J.A. HappYankeesvs. Rays99 (T-13th)N/A$7,900$7,50016Merrill KellyD-backsvs. RockiesN/A87 (23rd)$8,300$8,00017Brett AndersonA’svs. Orioles89 (21st)N/A$7,000$6,20018Jordan [email protected] CardinalsN/A94 (15th)$7,500$8,30019Ryan Yarbrough (PLR)[email protected] Yankees80 (T-25th)N/AN/A$6,50020Mitch KellerPiratesvs. TigersN/A73 (30th)$5,500$6,90021Anthony DeSclafaniRedsvs. AstrosN/A115 (T-2nd)$6,400$7,10022Michael PinedaTwinsvs. Red SoxN/A111 (7th)$6,600$7,30023Homer [email protected] MarinersN/A109 (8th)$6,800$6,70024Adrian SampsonRangersvs. IndiansN/A86 (24th)$7,200$7,80025Logan AllenPadresvs. Brewers104 (10th)N/AN/A$7,70026Daniel [email protected] Pirates72 (27th)N/A$6,200$5,70027Antonio [email protected] D-backsN/A89 (T-20th)$6,300$4,90028Shaun [email protected] DodgersN/A115 (T-2nd)$7,300$6,60029Ivan NovaWhite [email protected] CubsN/A105 (10th)$5,800$5,00030Gabriel [email protected] A’sN/A93 (T-16th)$5,600$4,50031Ryne Stanek (O)[email protected] YankeesN/A114 (4th)$4,000$4,200wRC+ is defined by Fangraphs as “[measuring] how a player’s wRC compares with league average after controlling for park effects. League average for position players is 100, and every point above 100 is a percentage point above league average. For example, a 125 wRC+ means a player created 25% more runs than a league average hitter would have in the same number of plate appearances. Similarly, every point below 100 is a percentage point below league average, so a 80 wRC+ means a player created 20% fewer runs than league average.” For more on the stat, click here.