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Daily Fantasy Baseball Stacks to Target for Wednesday, September 23, 2020
The 2020 MLB regular season is winding down, but teams still have a lot to play for. That means some teams will be swinging for the fences, and doing all they can to get wins.
We still need to pay mind to parks, matchups, and lineups, of course. That’s what I’m here for, as I’m keeping an eye on some chalky (and sneaky) lineups that can help us win big.
Join me as I take a look at the best MLB DFS stacks for Wednesday’s 15-game slate.
New York Yankees
The pinstripes are scheduled to take on Chase Anderson on Wednesday. Anderson can be a solid pitcher when he’s avoiding contact, but he’s always had a bit of a home run problem.
Anderson shows reverse splits for his career, and enters a tough matchup allowing a .377 wOBA, .264 ISO, A 39% fly-ball rate, and 43% hard-hit rate to right-handed hitters.
Depending on who the Yanks throw into the lineup, it’s possible every single hitter brings an ISO north of .196 against right-handed pitching. This is a nightmare spot for Anderson, who sports an unhealthy 7.45 ERA and has always been pretty hittable.
You don’t really need me to tell you to stack the Yankees, but here I am, anyways. Stack your Yankees.
Chicago has been pretty disappointing on offense this year, and now Kris Bryant is banged up. They’re also in PNC Park, so it’s likely they will go overlooked.
I still like them against Trevor Williams (1-8, 6.70 ERA), who doesn’t miss enough bats, and allows way too much contact.
Williams is especially vulnerable from the left side, and the Cubs have a lot of viable bats to throw at him. Anthony Rizzo (.236 ISO) lead the charge, but Kyle Schwarber and Ian Happ also look dangerous here.
A full Cubs stack is very much in play here.
Kansas City Royals
Carlos Martinez is still walking too many batters, and so far in 2020 (0-2, 8.40 ERA), he hasn’t been good. I doubt he magically figures it out on Wednesday, even though he’s in a solid park and facing the Royals.
KC isn’t known for their patience, but they still have a little power, and Martinez’s struggles with control could make them a sneaky stack to target here.
He’s in a good park for pitching and faces a weak Royals offense that isn’t known to be patient, but the form is bad, and if he isn’t going to bring his A game, KC could be a sneaky good stack here.
The return of Jorge Soler also gives the Royals a considerable boost, too.
Royals activate Jorge Soler (oblique) from the IL https://t.co/evxlTzdc5m— Rotoworld Baseball (@Rotoworld_BB) September 21, 2020
Soler, Hunter Dozier, White Merrifield, Salvador Perez, and Adalberto Mondesi make up a fun five-man stack that is unlikely to garner much ownership.
The O’s get the rare park upgrade, and are going to be a handful tonight for Nathan Eovaldi. The Boston pitcher is one of their best arms on the year, but his middling 4.25 ERA and contact issues could get him into trouble here.
It’s best to attack Eovaldi with lefties, as he’s allowing a .355 wOBA, .279 ISO, 44% fly-ball rate, and 40% hard-hit rate to that side of the plate.
Baltimore has plenty that could pay off here, with D.J. Stewart, Chance Cisco and Rio Ruiz probably standing out the most. You can cap off a stack with Ryan Mountcastle (.240 ISO) and Cedric Mullins.
There are several other MLB DFS stacks to consider on this slate. The Dodgers are in action, Minnesota gets a rookie at home, Boston could feast, and Houston is still Houston.
Those are viable options, but I’d probably start with the Yanks, and work in some of these other daily fantasy baseball stacks on Wednesday.
Get exposure to a ton of different MLB DFS stacks if you’re entering a slew of contests, but I think if you target the options above, you’ll be in a good spot.