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Daily Fantasy Baseball Stacks to Target for Saturday, September 26, 2020
The weekend is finally here, and now it’s time to sit back and play more daily fantasy baseball? I mean, I’ll probably take the kid to the apple orchard first. Heck, maybe we’ll go get some pumpkins, too.
But eventually, Saturday will be all about daily fantasy baseball. And if you’re like me, you’ll want the best MLB DFS stacks to carry you to the top of a big GPP.
So, which bats can we trust on Saturday? Join me as I break down some of the best options – chalky or otherwise – that we should be eyeing at the top DFS sites.
Kansas City Royals
I swear, every single time I go out of my way to target Matthew Boyd, it backfires. Well, except for that one time, when I told you to stack the Brewers, and they dropped 19 runs on the Tigers.
*pats self on back
But yeah, targeting Boyd and his hard contact ways hasn’t always worked out. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do it, of course.
Yes, you should get some exposure to Boyd, but the guy gives up an insane amount of hard contact, and he specifically allows way too many home runs.
Stacking the Royals is usually a fast and easy way to lose your money, but we can’t just ignore guys like Salvador Perez, Hunter Dozier, Whit Merrifield, and Jorge Soler in this spot.
Chicago White Sox
Give me all of the White Sox tonight. They’re at home in a good park, and they get the ridiculously overrated Jon Lester, who walks in with a better-than-it-actually-is 4.40 ERA.
Lester isn’t missing bats these days, he gives up too much contact, and he has issues with qualities righties. Cue Chicago (the other Chicago), who have righty mashers in droves.
I mean, where do I start here?
Tim Anderson, Jose Abreu, Luis Robert – the list goes on and on. They all are viable here. Do a plethora of one-offs, do a mini-stack, go full bore on White Sox. Just don’t fade them in this matchup.
This one will fly under the radar, for a litany of reasons. The first is that the Rockies are on the road. But there’s also the fact that Nolan Arenado isn’t active, that this lineup just isn’t very good right now, and that Madison Bumgarner has a recognizable name.
We need to forget the latter, though, as the man once known as Mad Bum just isn’t getting it done in Arizona. He sports an ugly 7.36 ERA on the season, gives up too much contact, and has problems with right-handed hitters.
He could obviously luck out here. Colorado’s lineup is a bit watered down, and the righties they do have aren’t incredibly imposing.
That said, Trevor Story gets the party started, and there are other guys like Kevin Pillar and Garrett Hampson that could be serviceable here. A full-stack may be pushing it, but I like the Rockies tonight.
There, that’s three solid MLB DFS stacks to get you going for the weekend. They’re not all overly popular, as I have to think that the Dodgers, Phillies, Athletics, and a few other teams garner plenty of ownership.
Sometimes it pays to eat the chalk, but we need to consider two things. First, the chalk doesn’t always work. Second, we can’t have an entire team of chalk and expect to win a tournament.
At some point in your MLB DFS lineups, you need to get a little weird. Maybe the above daily fantasy baseball stacks can help you do that. I certainly hope that’s the case.
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