4 Daily Fantasy Baseball Stacks for 7/7/17
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Now, let's get to the stacks. Here are the teams you should be targeting in daily fantasy baseball today.
So far this season, Zimmerman's posted a 5.09 SIERA and has struck out only 16.3% of hitters while walking them 7.3% of the time. And the batted-ball profile doesn't get much prettier, as he's allowed a hard-hit rate of 38.9% and a fly-ball rate of 43.4%.
While Ramirez is expensive at $4,200, there are plenty of affordable options for the Indians, including this masher who's been en fuego since an early-season injury.
Lonnie Chisenhall will set you back $3,400, and he's worth every penny. In the month of June, Chisenhall slammed his way to a 1.052 OPS, which fueled by a .373 average and .627 slugging percentage.
While Chisenhall's certainly a stud, we want to focus on additional left-handed hitters versus Zimmermann, who's allowed a 42.6% hard-hit rate and 45.3% fly-ball rate to them this year. Even though Jason Kipnis is only 2 for his last 23, his $2,700 price tag for a leadoff hitter at the top of such a potent lineup is hard to ignore.
Bradley Zimmer rounds out the stack as another nice $2,700 left-handed hitting option. He's struggled mightily against southpaws with a wRC+ of only 28, but he's been far better against righties (120 wRC+), posting a strong .182 ISO at home versus righties this season.
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