DFS MLB Stacks: September 24
Jon Impemba brings you the top DFS MLB stacks for tonight's main slate
Colorado Rockies vs Zach Eflin
The Rockies return to Colorado tonight and therefore the “Coors Field Effect” is in play. Colorado will be opposed by Phillies right-hander Zach Eflin . Eflin has been decent this season, going 11-7 with a 4.09 ERA over 23 starts. Though he has yet to face the Rockies this season he has faced them before and things have not gone well as the current Rockies roster owns a .344 average and an OPS of 1.104 against him. Charlie Blackmon leads the way with two career home runs over five career at bats against Eflin. Left-handed bats have done the most damage this season off Eflin, having hit nine of the 16 allowed home runs while hitting .283 with an OPS of .838.
Boston Red Sox vs Dylan Bundy
The Red Sox have already locked up the A.L. East division and home field advantage but there are still milestones for the team to reach as they sit one win away from the Red Sox franchise record for wins in a season. After failing to get that victory during the final two games against the Indians over the weekend they return home to face the leagues worst team in the Baltimore Orioles and the league leader in home runs allowed Dylan Bundy . Bundy has faced the Red Sox four times this season with varying degrees of success. In his last start he was smoked for seven runs on eight hits over five innings. In his start prior to that he shutout the Red Sox over eight innings. With Boston coming home and with the team wins record on the line I expect their lineup to put up runs to make sure they notch the next achievement. In total Bundy has allowed 12 home runs to the current Red Sox lineup, lead by Mookie Betts who has three home runs off Bundy and Xander Bogaerts who has two of his own.
Houston Astros vs Marco Estrada
Anytime you see Marco Estrada on the mound your immediate instinct should be to stack against him and tonight is no different as he faces off against the Houston Astros and their powerful lineup. For starters, Estrada is having one of his worst season of his career as he is 7-13 with a 5.57 ERA and a 1.41 WHIP. He has also allowed 27 home runs over 27 starts on the season which makes sense given his extreme flyball nature. To win GPP’s you want home runs and this is a guy who gives them up and he is facing a team that has no problems hitting them. Estrada allowed four runs on seven hits over five innings in his lone start against the Astros this season.