MLB Top Stacks Sunday 8/28/22
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MLB Top Stacks (Quick Overview)
Happy Sunday everyone! Today we have a fun 11 game slate to break down. On this early morning update we do not have any confirmed lineups, but we can see the Red are currently ranked as the #1 stack in their matchup vs Nationals left hander Patrick Corbin. We’ll get a better picture later this morning as more lineups are announced so stay tune.
Brewers vs Cubs RHP Adrian Sampson
Adrian Sampson enters today’s matchup with a 4.85 xfip and just a 19.1% strikeout rate. Against right handed hitters he has allowed a 349 woba 224 iso 39% fly ball rate and 43% hard contact rate since the 2021 season
Willy Adames has always hit righties well, and since the 2021 season he has a 428 xwoba 232 iso and 42% hard contact rate against righties.
The Brewers have a few left handed hitters that smash right handed pitching as well. Rowdy Tellez, since 2021 has a 419 xwoba 247 iso and 45% hard contact rate
Obviously, former MVP Christian Yelich should be a considered whenever you’re thinking of stacking the Brewers. Over the last 30 days Yelich has a 383 woba 172 iso and 45% hard contact rate vs righties.
Rangers vs Tigers RHP Drew Hutchison
Since the start of the 2021 season Drew Hutchison has a 5.78 xfip and only a 13.9% strikeout rate. Against left handed hitters in that span he has allowed a 157 iso 40% fly ball rate and a 40% hard contact rate
All Star shortstop Corey Seager is in a great spot here vs Hutchison. Since 2021 Seager has a 455 xwoba 206 iso and 47% hard contact rate vs right handed pitching.
Nathaniel Lowe has been on fire recently vs right handed pitching. Over the last 30 days he has a 592 xwoba 260 iso and a 44% hard contact rate
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Blue Jays vs Angels LHP Tucker Davidson
Tucker Davidson has only faced 55 left handed and 168 right handed hitters since the start of the 2021 season. His numbers don’t look too bad, only allowing a 317 woba 124 iso to righties and a 311 woba 122 iso to lefties, but, his 6.17 xfip and 13.9% strikeout rate are pretty awful, so I think we can target him today with some of these Blue Jays hitters
As we look at some of the numbers Since 2021 there are several Blue Jays we can target. I will highlight a few below, but damn near the entire lineup is in play here as they all handle left handed pitching very well.
George Springer – 363/224/40%
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 384/228/43%
Teoscar Hernandez – 444/358/48%
Matt Chapman – 335/247/45%
I’ll be loading up on the Blue Jays in this matchup today.
These rankings are not site-specific and are intended to give you a solid pool of players to build your lineups from. I’ll be using the standard positions, Catcher through Outfield in these rankings so be aware of that if you’re constructing teams on Draftkings where some players can play multiple positions.
Something I like to do with this, is to give these players a THUMBS UP or 2, or 3, in Fantasy Cruncher so I can get more exposure to them throughout my lineups
Max Scherzer – NYM
Justin Verlander – HOU
Nick Lodolo – CIN
Dylan Cease – CWS
Alejandro Kirk – TOR
Salvador Perez – KC
Gary Sanchez – MIN
Willson Contreras – CHC
Rowdy Tellez – MIL
Rhys Hoskins – PHI
Andrew Vaughn – CWS
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – TOR
Romy Gonzalez – CWS
Jonathan India – CIN
Brandon Lowe – TB
Christian Arroyo – BOS
Hunter Dozier – KC
Rafael Devers – BOS
Yandy Diaz – TB
Tommy La Stella – SF
Willy Adames – MIL
Corey Seager – TEX
Bobby Whitt – KC
Oneil Cruz – PIT
Nick Senzel – CIN
Christian Yelich – MIL
Nick Gordon – MIN
Yordan Alvarez – HOU
Max Kepler – MIN
Mike Trout – LAA
Juan Soto – SD
Kyle Schwarber – PHI
George Springer – TOR
– use this as a guide to help you start your build stacks tonight
– these are stack examples using ONLY the guys in my Top5 above
– generally, if a team has multiple guys ranked at the Top5 in their position, it’s likely they are in a good spot overall
BOS – Christian Arroyo
CIN – Jonathan India
CWS – Andrew Vaughn
KC – Salvador Perez
MIL – Rowdy Tellez
MIN – Gary Sanchez
PHI – Rhys Hoskins
That’s all I’ve got for today
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