||60% Up To $1,000||Visit Site||BetOnline Sports|
||50% Up To $250||Visit Site||Bovada Sports|
||125% Up To $2,500||Visit Site||BetUS|
||100% Up To $500||Visit Site||Everygame|
||100% Up To $1,000||Visit Site||MyBookie|
Daily Fantasy Baseball Stacks to Target for Thursday, September 10, 2020
There’s nothing like stacking in daily fantasy baseball. If you’re on the wrong side of a stack, your night is over before it begins. If you hit a full stack, you just might ride that one team to glory.
Well, if you get your pitching and secondary stack right, on top of it.
It’s all easier said than done, but the first key to winning in MLB DFS is getting that first main stack to pay off. Sometimes it’s a chalk stack, and sometimes it’s a stack nobody else sees coming.
Each slate is different, but I’m here to point out the best MLB DFS stacks for Thursday. If you like my stacks enough, maybe you’ll use this advice to place some bets at the real money betting sites.
Either way, let’s dive into Thursday’s daily fantasy baseball slate with a look at my favorite stacks.
New York Yankees
The pinstripes have been sliding lately, and everyone knows how banged up they are. Have no fear, Yankees faithful, as New York returns home to face the Baltimore Orioles.
That could still end badly in a park as dicey as Yankee Stadium, but the Yanks have plenty of pop left, and they get to try to use it against Jorge Lopez.
My condolences, Orioles fans.
Lopez is not what you’d call a good MLB pitcher, and he hasn’t forced us to get away from that fact in 2020, thanks to a paltry 5.59 ERA.
New York lefties are the preferred target against Lopez (.396 wOBA AND .245 ISO vs. L), but he gives up hard contact to both sides of the plate. In this park, New York is a full speed ahead stack, and probably a great bet to target at online sportsbooks, as well.
Tampa Bay Rays
The Rays are back at home in a pitcher’s park, but I still like their bats here against the ever beatable Zack Godley.
The once serviceable pitcher does not live up to his namesake, as Godley is 0-4 in 2020 with an unsightly 8.16 ERA. Those numbers are just as bad as advertised, too, as he’s given up nine long balls and is allowing a .295 batting average to both sides of the plate.
Hitters from both sides can have their way with Godley, who is allowing a .363 wOBA and .209 ISO to both sides of the plate.
The contact issues, walk rate, and strikeout rate are all major red flags against a fairly disciplined Rays offense that fares well against right-handed pitching.
Austin Meadows and Brandon Lowe stand out the most with ISOS north of .260, but a full Rays stack is very much in play today.
Los Angeles Dodgers
The Dodgers haven’t been amazing against southpaws, so it will be interesting to see what their ownership looks like against Madison Bumgarner.
MadBum was once a good pitcher, too, so that could play into things a bit. That said, he has not been good this year, as he is 0-4 with a ghastly 8.44 ERA.
Bumgarner could still turn it around, but he’s having a lot of trouble getting right-handed hitters out. The left side isn’t exactly a cakewalk for him, either, as he’s giving up loads of hard contact to that side of the plate.
The L.A. lefties could still inflict damage here, while the Dodgers have some nice righties in Enrique Hernandez, A.J. Pollock, Chris Taylor, Will Smith, and of course, Mookie Betts.
That group alone is stackable, while Max Muncy (.257 ISO) and Cody Bellinger (.271) have the numbers to drool over in this matchup. Ipso facto; stack the Dodgers.
This is a smaller daily fantasy baseball slate than we’ve seen for much of the past week, so three solid MLB DFS stacks feels like a solid spot to put a pin in it.
These three stacks stand out as the ones with the most upside on Thursday, although we do need to keep in mind that Boston, Cleveland, Chicago, and Philadelphia are also out there.
Use these MLB DFS stacks as you see fit, or combine my insight with our free MLB picks to win yourself some money by betting on baseball games at online sportsbooks.