MLB DFS Top Stacks for Tuesday 4/25/23 Main Slate
Oakland Athletics’ Top Stacks for Tuesday’s Main Slate
Looking for the best MLB DFS top stacks for Tuesday’s main slate? Look no further than the Oakland Athletics. With their impressive track record against right-handed starters, the A’s have a number of batters that are poised to deliver big points for your DFS lineup.
Leading the pack is Esteury Ruiz, projected to bat first with a solid matchup against right-handed starter Griffin Canning. While matchup data is limited, it still favors Ruiz, making him a strong pick for your lineup.
Brent Rooker is another excellent option, projected to bat fourth with a great track record against righties. His slugging percentage of .591 in his last 26 plate appearances against righties with a similar repertoire to Canning over the last two seasons makes him a compelling pick.
Shea Langeliers may be struggling at the plate lately with a .077 batting average over the last five days, but with a favorable matchup against Canning, he’s still worth considering for your lineup.
Jace Peterson and Conner Capel are both projected to bat fifth and eighth, respectively, with compelling matchup data against righties. Despite their low Well-Hit Rate, they are still strong options for your lineup.
Aledmys Diaz may be struggling with a .152 batting average in his last 46 at-bats, but with a favorable matchup against Canning, he’s worth considering for your lineup.
Finally, Ryan Noda is another viable option with favorable matchup data against Canning.
If you’re looking to put together a winning MLB DFS top stack for Tuesday’s main slate, be sure to consider the Oakland Athletics. Their batters have the potential to score big points for your DFS lineup and lead you to victory.
Toronto Blue Jays Bring the Heat Against Clevinger
The Toronto Blue Jays are primed for a big night against Mike Clevinger of the Chicago White Sox. Blue Jays hitters have a 3-star average matchup against Clevinger, and they have a number of batters who are well-positioned to deliver big points for your DFS lineup.
Leading the pack is the sensational Vladimir Guerrero Jr., projected to bat third with his trusty right-hand. Guerrero has been crushing the ball this season and is a top-tier option for your lineup. Joining him is the talented shortstop Bo Bichette, who has a strong track record against right-handed pitchers like Clevinger. Bichette is batting .327 in his last 98 at-bats and is projected to bat second.
Next up, we have the powerful George Springer, projected to lead off. Springer has taken Clevinger deep twice in his last 13 plate appearances against him and is poised to deliver another big game. Also worth considering is third baseman Matt Chapman, who has been slugging .568 in his last 273 plate appearances against right-handers with low strikeout rates like Clevinger over the last two seasons.
For a budget-friendly pick, look no further than Daulton Varsho. While left-handed batters with high ISOs like Varsho have struggled against Clevinger, he still presents a solid option for your lineup. Another bargain pick is Brandon Belt, projected to bat seventh with his reliable left-hand. Belt has been slugging .556 in his last 27 at-bats and presents a high-value option for your lineup.
Rounding out the list of top picks are Alejandro Kirk and Whit Merrifield, projected to bat sixth and eighth, respectively. Kirk has a wOBA of .409 in his last 38 plate appearances, while Merrifield has an OPS of .977 in his last 35 plate appearances.
So, if you’re looking for a winning MLB DFS lineup for the 4/25/23 Main Slate, consider stacking up on Toronto Blue Jays batters. With their strong matchup against Clevinger, they have the potential to score big points and lead your team to victory.
Motor City Hitters Ready to Roar in Milwaukee Matchup
The Detroit Tigers are set to take on the Milwaukee Brewers, and the Tigers’ batters are looking to pounce on the opportunity. Javier Baez leads the way with an impressive OPS of 1.194 in just eight at-bats against Brewers’ starter Eric Lauer over the last two seasons.
While the current Tigers’ lineup has struck out 24.1% of the time against pitchers similar to Lauer over the last two years (League Avg: 20%), there is still plenty of favorable matchup data to suggest the Tigers’ hitters can come out on top.
Eric Haase, a right-handed batter with power, may face a challenge against Lauer, who has held batters like him to just a .193 average over the last two seasons. However, left-handed batters like Nick Maton and Spencer Torkelson have shown success against Lauer, with Maton slugging .526 in his last 23 plate appearances against left-handers with high flyball rates like Lauer.
While some Tigers’ batters, like Tyler Nevin and Riley Greene, are struggling at the plate in recent days, others, like Jake Rogers and Jonathan Schoop, have shown promise. Rogers has an impressive OPS of .911 in 38 plate appearances this season, while matchup data is limited but favors Schoop.
Overall, the Tigers’ lineup has plenty of potential to do some damage against Lauer and the Brewers, and fans should expect to see some fierce hitting from the Motor City squad.
Royals Look to Strike Gold Against Diamondbacks Pitcher Ryne Nelson
The Kansas City Royals will take on the Arizona Diamondbacks in a game that could feature some explosive offensive displays. The DK projections reveal some promising matchups for the Royals batters, particularly against Diamondbacks pitcher Ryne Nelson.
Bobby Witt Jr. leads the Royals lineup with an impressive .527 slugging percentage in his last 55 at-bats. He is projected to bat first and will look to set the tone for the Royals’ offense. Vinnie Pasquantino, batting third, boasts a .786 slugging percentage in his last 47 plate appearances against right-handers who rely on fastballs like Nelson. This suggests that Pasquantino may have a field day against Nelson’s fastball-heavy pitching.
However, not all Royals batters have an equally favorable matchup. MJ Melendez, batting second, has struggled against right-handers who depend on the fastball like Nelson in his last 55 plate appearances, with a woeful wOBA of .228. Franmil Reyes, batting fifth, has a poor record of batting just .212 against hard-throwing right-handed pitchers like Nelson in the last two seasons.
Other Royals batters, such as Kyle Isbel, Nicky Lopez, and Michael Massey, have a mixed record in their limited matchups against Nelson. However, Edward Olivares and Hunter Dozier have less promising records, with Dozier batting just .220 against right-handers with average flyball rates like Nelson in his last 241 at-bats. Matt Duffy has also struggled, with a batting average of just .226 against right-handers with average flyball rates like Nelson in the last two seasons.
In summary, while the Royals have some promising matchups against Nelson and the Diamondbacks, not all batters have a surefire chance of success. The Royals will have to carefully evaluate each matchup and adjust their batting strategy accordingly to strike gold against the Diamondbacks.
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