4 Daily Fantasy Baseball Stacks for 7/6/17
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For purposes of this article, the games in Coors Field will be ignored.
Now, let's get to the stacks. Here are the teams you should be targeting in daily fantasy baseball today.
Over 31 1/3 innings pitched since June 1, Bundy's given up 23 earned runs (6.61 ERA), and the 10 jacks he's allowed have been a big part of that.
Priced up at $3,600, Miguel Sano has been an absolute beast, and he does some of his best work against right-handed pitching -- he's posted a 49.6% hard-hit rate and 43.2% fly-ball rate against righties. That could spell trouble for Bundy, who's allowed 1.63 home runs per nine innings pitched to same-sided bats in 2017.
The best part of a Minnesota stack is that it's an extremely affordable one. A little farther down in the order, but certainly not to be ignored, Eddie Rosario has been a boss at home versus righties to the tune of a 1.009 OPS and .327 ISO. He'll cost only $2,800, and with Bundy allowing a 39.6% hard-hit rate and 49.3% fly-ball rate to lefties, Rosario makes for a strong option.
Rounding out the stack, the big German, Max Kepler, and catcher Jason Castro seem like solid options at $2,700 and $2,600, respectively. Kepler has shown to be far better against righties (134 wRC+) than against lefties (12 wRC+), and Castro has hit 5 homers with a .174 ISO against righties this year.
One player to avoid is Brian Dozier. In 2017, he's hitting only .222 with a .706 OPS against right-handed pitching.
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