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Daily Fantasy Baseball Stacks to Target for Friday, September 25, 2020
Another day, another chance to win all of the money in daily fantasy baseball. My MLB DFS stacks haven’t crushed lately, which has me hating the Houston Astros and New York Yankees.
I kid, as you can (and should) keep firing away with those teams. They just haven’t really hit when I’ve been on them.
Friday brings another opportunity to hit with a variety of teams, of course. Join me as I break down the best MLB DFs stacks for Friday, September 25th.
The New York Yankees will understandably be the more appealing roster to stack here. They’re at home in a great park, and well, they’re the Yankees.
However, Sandy Alcantara isn’t what you’d call a gas can. J.A. Happ has turned things around, but he can give up a lot of contact and isn’t missing bats like he once did.
Miami gets a huge park upgrade, and they have enough righty power to be a problem here. Led by Jesus Aguilar, Garrett Cooper, and Starling Marte, the fish feel really sneaky tonight.
You can honestly stack the Braves every time they play. My only concern here is that Atlanta has clinched the NL East title, so it’s possible they sit guys or limit them if they start.
I’d just throw caution to the wind here, though. Atlanta is in another good spot against Chris Mazza (1-2, 5.40 ERA), who has been extremely hittable. It’s best to attack him from the left side of the plate (.379 wOBA, but he’s giving up hits to everyone.
Freddie Freeman should get the party started and Ozzie Albies would become a priority, but there’s no reason at all to shy away from Ronald Acuna and the other mashing righties from ATL.
Are we all still pretending that Yusei Kikuchi is a different dude in 2020? I’ll give you that he got off to a fantastic start this year, but he’s since come back down to earth.
Kikuchi has been lit up recently, as he’s allowed four or more runs in three of his last five starts, and he’s been taken into the bleachers thrice in that stretch.
Oakland’s never-ending sea of righties should feast here. Yeah, they’re at home in a pitcher’s park, but the A’s knock it into the sky as well as anyone, and they have a plethora of mashers who could chase Yusei into the dugout.
Start your A’s stacks with Ramon Laureano (.208 ISO vs. L) and never look back.
There are a few other MLB DFS stacks to consider, depending on how things shake out. Some of the pitching matchups aren’t finalized for Friday yet, and if things break a certain way, we can look at the Padres, Diamondbacks, or Brewers.
Pitching matchups that are finalized kind of ruin things for a lot of other prospective offenses. Due to who they’re facing, offenses like the Dodgers, Angels, White Sox, Cubs, and so many others just don’t look that appealing.
For the most part, I’d kick off your daily fantasy baseball lineup building process with the MLB DFS stacks above. And hey, if you’re with me on these lineups, maybe consider going with these teams in your wagers at the top online sportsbooks.