Watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whip-around show on DAZNAs far as values, Brandon Woodruff (vs. Pirates) seems far too cheap, especially on DK, and Tyler Mahle (@ Phillies) isn’t a bad boom-or-bust tournament option. Marcus Stroman (vs. D-backs) is also underpriced. Both Michael Pineda (@ Tigers) and Merrill Kelly (vs. Blue Jays) are in great spots matchup-wise and dirt cheap (at least on FD for Kelly), but you know both carry risk. We’re gearing up for a 14-game main MLB DFS slate on Friday night, and the pitching options are strong, at least at the very top. There are a couple strong value sleepers who will likely be popular as SP2s on DraftKings, but chancesa re you’ll see many pay up for one of the top aces on FanDuel. Either way, our daily rankings can help point you in the right direction.The top five in our rankings — who also happen to be five of the most expensive SPs on eithe site — should all be highly owned. There is one obvious fade on the slate, though, and that’s Matthew Boyd (vs. Twins). Boyd is priced as the SP5 on FD and SP4 on DK, and he’s facing a brutal matchup. Boyd has the stuff to still pay off, so being contrarian with him in GPPs isn’t a bad strategy, but clearly you’re not getting any breaks here. There does not appear to be any weather issues at all tonight, but check the Fantasy Alarm Weather Center closer to lineup lock for the latest reports.MORE FRIDAY MLB: DFS picks | Betting picksToday’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Pitcher Rankings: Friday, June 7RankPitcherTeamOpponentOpp. wRC+ vs. LHP (rank)Opp. wRC+ vs. RHP (rank)FDDK1Gerrit ColeAstrosvs. OriolesN/A83 (24th)$11,200$12,2002Clayton KershawDodgers@ Giants66 (30th)N/A$10,700$11,2003Jacob deGromMetsvs. RockiesN/A87 (21st)$10,300$9,4004Mike SorokaBraves@ MarlinsN/A79 (T-27th)$10,800$11,6005Domingo GermanYankees@ IndiansN/A82 (T-25th)$8,100$9,5006Brandon WoodruffBrewersvs. PiratesN/A96 (16th)$8,600$7,8007Cole HamelsCubsvs. Cardinals100 (T-12th)N/A$7,900N/A8Tyler MahleReds@ PhilliesN/A93 (T-18th)$7,600$7,3009Lance LynnRangersvs. A’sN/A95 (17th)$9,600$9,70010Marcus StromanBlue Jaysvs. D-backsN/A86 (22nd)$7,400$8,20011Matthew BoydTigersvs. Twins130 (2nd)N/A$10,100$10,40012Michael PinedaTwins@ TigersN/A73 (30th)$7,500$6,40013Merrill KellyD-backs@ Blue JaysN/A78 (29th)$7,200$8,40014Zach EflinPhilliesvs. RedsN/A82 (T-25th)$8,300$8,70015Yonny ChirinosRays@ Red SoxN/A108 (T-9th)$6,500$8,10016Marco GonzalesMariners@ Angels96 (15th)N/A$6,300$6,90017Andrew HeaneyAngelsvs. Mariners109 (7th)N/A$9,400$9,20018Miles MikolasCardinals@ CubsN/A109 (T-7th)$7,700N/A19Zach PlesacIndiansvs. YankeesN/A114 (T-4th)$7,000$7,00020Erick FeddeNationals@ PadresN/A88 (20th)$5,800$8,00021Rick PorcelloRed Soxvs. RaysN/A114 (T-4th)$7,500$7,10022Antonio SenzatelaRockies@ MetsN/A98 (T-12th)$6,400$6,50023Homer BaileyRoyalsvs. White SoxN/A93 (T-18th)$6,000$4,50024Brett AndersonA’s@ Rangers86 (23rd)N/A$6,200$6,00025Nick MargeviciusPadresvs. Nationals121 (4th)N/A$5,900$6,30026Ivan NovaWhite Sox@ RoyalsN/A98 (T-12th)$6,800$5,00027Jose UrenaMarlinsvs. BravesN/A97 (T-14th)$7,300$7,50028Drew PomeranzGiantsvs. Dodgers109 (7th)N/A$6,100$6,70029Rookie DavisPirates@ BrewersN/A100 (11th)$5,500$5,70030Gabriel YnoaOrioles@ AstrosN/A119 (T-2nd)$5,600$4,800wRC+ 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.