Top MLB DFS Stacks for Tuesday 9/20/22
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Welcome back everyone, tonight we have a HUGE MLB Slate to break down.
Braves vs Nationals LHP Patrick Corbin
Corbin enters tonight’s game with a 4.72 xfip and just a 18.2% strikeout rate. He’s been getting ROCKED by right handed hitters all season, to the tune of a 378 woba 209 iso and 49% hard contact rate
The Braves have plenty of right handed bats who smash left handed pitching and the list below are a few of my favorites
Matt Olson bats left handed so he could be sneaky in tournaments as most people avoid same handed lefty vs lefty matchups. If you look at Olson’s numbers however, it would be wise to not avoid him here tonight. This season he has a 427 xwoba 178 iso and 37% hard contact rate vs left handed pitching.
Angels vs Rangers LHP Cole Ragans
Rangers left hander Cole Ragans has a 6.21 xfip and only a 14.9% strikeout rate in limited action this season. Against right handers he has been rocked, allowing a 384 woba 253 iso and 43% fly ball rate
Mike Trout is the top play on the slate for me in this matchup. This season he has a 568 xwoba 340 woba 340 iso 49% fly ball rate and 43% hard contact rate vs left handed pitching.
Luis Rengifo has smashed lefties as well this season. He should bat leadoff, and he has a 405 xwoba 285 iso and 40% hard contact vs lefties this year
Shohei Ohtani is in play in any matchup and tonight is no different. The left vs left doesn’t matter here as he brings a 402 xwoba 220 iso and 43% hard contact rate vs lefties to the plate tonight.
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Mariners vs Athletics LHP JP Sears
Left hander JP Sears has a 5.47 xfip and a 15.9% strikeout rate this season. He has allowed an exit velocity of 95+ mph on on 51.7% of the balls that are hit off him. That type of hard contact combined with a 40% fly ball rate is not a good combination for a pitcher. If we’re going to target him, we’re going to want to use right handed hitters, as he has allowed a 193 iso 43% fly ball rate 41% hard contact rate and has only a 15.1% strikeout rate vs righties this season
My top options on the Mariners are listed below, but, I’l most likely be loading up on this team pretty heavily 1 through 9 tonight.
If you’re building stacks in MLB (you totally should be by the way) you’re usually going to use your Catcher spot as apart of your stack. Generally speaking, there are not that many “good hitting” catchers, so it makes sense to just plug in the Catcher from your top stack and move on. The Catcher for the Mariners is Curt Casali, and while he’s not a great hitter, he does have great power numbers vs left handed pitching with his 267 iso this season. He’s near min price on both sites so, why not plug him in if you’re stacking the M’s
Coors Field – Giants @ Rockies
We have a Coors Field game today, so, I shouldn’t need to tell you at this point what to do there, but, I will anyway in case you’re new.
The hitters in the Coors Field game are going to project well every time they play a game there. The park is the best hitting park on the planet by far. I’ll do a quick rundown here of how I would attack bats from that game
Giants bats vs LHP Kyle Freeland
Freeland is actually really bad against left handed hitters, allowing a 383 woba 243 iso 40% fly ball rate and 45% hard contact rate to lefties this year. The problem for us here is, the Giants only have 1 left hander projected to be in the lineup, Brandon Crawford. Crawford only has a 286 woba a 099 iso vs lefties this year, so, he may be a bust even in Coors Field.
The top right handed hitter for the Giants, who crushes left handed pitching is David Villar. He has a 510 xwoba 298 iso and 40% hard contact vs lefties this year.
On the Rockies side of the coin, I like the left handed hitters vs right hander John Brebbia. This season Brebbia has allowed a 341 woba 185 iso 48% fly ball rate and 48% hard contact rate vs left handed hitters.
Top Rockies options for me
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
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