MLB DFS Top Stacks for Sunday 4/30/23
Nationals vs Johan Oviedo
As we head into Sunday’s MLB DFS slate, the Washington Nationals are a top stack to consider. They will be facing off against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Nationals Park, with Johan Oviedo taking the mound for the Pirates. Oviedo has struggled against left-handed hitters this season, with a .268 xwOBA allowed, making lefty Nationals like Luis Garcia and Dominic Smith intriguing options. However, Oviedo has also allowed a .274 xwOBA to right-handed hitters, so there are plenty of options to consider within this stack.
One player to target within the Nationals stack is Alex Call. He comes at a cheap price of $2600 and has been performing well with a .302 xwOBA against right-handed pitching. Jeimer Candelario is another solid option to consider at $3200, as he has a .290 xwOBA against righties and has been hitting for some power with a .147 ISO.
In terms of low-owned value plays, Keibert Ruiz could be a solid choice at $2900. He has shown some solid plate discipline with an 11.8% walk rate and a .342 xwOBA against right-handed pitching. Another option is Lane Thomas at $2800, who has been hitting for some power with a .131 ISO against righties.
The Washington Nationals stack is a top option to consider for Sunday’s MLB DFS slate. There are plenty of viable options within the stack to target, including lefties like Luis Garcia and Dominic Smith and righties like Alex Call and Jeimer Candelario. There are also some low-owned value plays like Keibert Ruiz and Lane Thomas to consider. As with any stack, there are risks involved, but the Nationals’ potential against Oviedo makes them a strong consideration
Brewers vs Jose Suarez
Looking at Sunday’s MLB DFS slate, the Milwaukee Brewers present an attractive stacking option against the Los Angeles Angels. The Brewers will be facing off against left-hander Jose Suarez, who has allowed a .325 xwOBA to right-handed hitters this season. This makes righty Brewers like Mike Brosseau and Willy Adames particularly intriguing options within this stack.
Adames is an especially strong target, as he boasts a .291 xwOBA against left-handed pitching and has been hitting for power with a .186 ISO. Christian Yelich is another player to target within this stack, as he has been heating up recently and has a .286 xwOBA against lefties.
In terms of potential low-owned value plays, Brian Anderson is worth considering at $3500. While he has struggled against lefties this season, he has hit them well in the past and could provide some tournament-winning upside. Owen Miller is another potential option at $2300, as he has shown some solid plate discipline with a 7.5% walk rate against lefties.
The Milwaukee Brewers stack is a strong option to consider for Sunday’s MLB DFS slate. Righty Brewers like Willy Adames and Mike Brosseau make for solid targets against left-hander Jose Suarez, with Christian Yelich also worth considering. There are some potential low-owned value plays to consider, and while Colin Rea is not without risk, he could provide some solid strikeout potential.
Rays vs Mike Clevinger
If you’re looking for a top stack in today’s MLB DFS slate, look no further than the Tampa Bay Rays. Despite facing a solid pitcher in Mike Clevinger, the Rays have a number of players who are capable of putting up big numbers, especially against right-handed pitching. With a mix of power and speed, this lineup has the potential to produce a high-scoring game against the White Sox.
One of the best players to target within the Rays’ lineup is Randy Arozarena, who has been on fire lately with a .309 xwOBA and a 24.7% K rate. Brandon Lowe is another great option, with his impressive power and high walk rate. And don’t forget about Wander Franco, who has the potential to be one of the best hitters in the game.
For low-owned value plays, keep an eye on Jose Siri and Christian Bethancourt. While they may not be household names, they both have impressive K rates and ISO numbers that could make them sneaky tournament plays.
As for opposing pitchers, Clevinger is a tough opponent for the Rays, but they have been successful against right-handed pitching all season long. If Clevinger is able to keep the ball in the park and limit his walks, he could put a dent in the Rays’ offensive potential. However, the Rays have shown time and time again that they are a formidable lineup that can put up runs against even the best pitchers in the league.
Overall, the Tampa Bay Rays are a top stack to consider for today’s MLB DFS slate, with a mix of power and speed that can be difficult for any pitcher to handle. Keep an eye on Arozarena, Lowe, and Franco as top targets, and don’t overlook the potential value of Siri and Bethancourt as low-owned plays.
Blue Jays vs Marco Gonzales
The Blue Jays stack looks like an excellent option for today’s MLB DFS slate, facing off against left-handed pitcher Marco Gonzales of the Seattle Mariners. Gonzales has struggled against right-handed batters, allowing a .188 ISO, .325 xwOBA and just a 13.2% k rate over 160.1 innings this season. This makes players like George Springer, Bo Bichette, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. particularly very attractive targets for the Blue Jays stack.
Springer, in particular, has been on fire lately and is a must-play at the leadoff spot. Bichette and Guerrero Jr. are also strong options, boasting a combined 23.5% walk rate against lefties this season. Matt Chapman is another solid choice with his power potential and a 24.7% strikeout rate against lefties.
To differentiate your lineup in tournaments, consider targeting Alejandro Kirk, who has a high walk rate and a .109 ISO against lefties, and Kevin Kiermaier, who has shown flashes of power this season and a high strikeout rate against right-handed pitchers.
On the other side of the ball, the Mariners’ hitters face off against Chris Bassitt of the Blue Jays, who has been tough on right-handed batters with a .097 ISO allowed. This makes left-handed hitters like Jarred Kelenic and Cal Raleigh the best targets, as they both have shown power potential against righties this season.
Overall, the Blue Jays stack against Gonzales looks like a strong play with plenty of upside potential, especially with the recent hot streak of the top of their lineup.That’s all I’ve got for today
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