Tucker Barnhart taking seat Wednesday for Reds
Cincinnati Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart is not in the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against left-hander Carlos Rodon and the Chicago White Sox.
Barnhart started the last two games and four of the last five. Tyler Stephenson is starting behind the plate and batting second Wednesday while Max Schrock moves to first base. T.J. Friedl is in left field and Jose Barrero is entering the lineup to play center field and bat fifth.
numberFire’s models project Stephenson for 10.2 FanDuel points and he has a $2,600 salary on Wednesday’s slate. Schrock is projected for 9.4 FanDuel points with a $2,200 salary. Per our MLB Heat Map, the Reds have an implied total of 3.2 runs, which is currently third-lowest in the majors on Wednesday. Rodon is registering an xwOBA that ranks in the top 5% of the league this season, with a 35.1 strikeout percentage and a 6.6 walk percentage this season.
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