There are 18 teams in Monday’s slate, and I could make a strong argument for stacking 12 of them. With that in mind, my initial inclination was to fade Coors Field. There are only six pitchers I would seriously consider playing, and most of them are expensive. With so many other stacking options, it seemed prudent to fade the Rockies and Nationals in favor of cheaper stacks.

The more I dug into it, the more I realized I didn’t necessarily have to fade Coors Field. Amir Garrett and Jason Vargas are pretty cheap on DraftKings, while Garrett and Hyun-Jin Ryu are cheap enough on FanDuel to allow you to stack Nationals and/or Rockies if you choose. That could be important because there are some pretty compelling reasons for choosing a Coors stack.

Jacob Turner may be the worst starting pitcher in baseball, pitching in the worst ballpark for pitchers in baseball, and his team is actually favored. The over/under for this game is 12, and the next closest is Minnesota and Texas at 9 ½. If your cheap pitchers hold down their end, there is a decent chance you will get what you paid for from the Coors hitters.

On the other hand, none of the pitchers I mentioned above are exactly sure things, and if you want to start Chris Archer or Zack Greinke, you will need to look at cheaper stacks. Here are four non-Coors Field stacks I am looking at for Monday, April 24, in order of preference.

Minnesota Twins vs. Martin Perez

Brian Dozier, Miguel Sano, Max Kepler, Joe Mauer, Byron Buxton, Chris Gimenez, Jorge Polanco

As I mentioned above, this game has the second-highest expected total in Vegas, and I suspect the Twins will be slightly less popular than the Rangers because Martin Perez’s 3.60 ERA looks a lot better than Phil Hughes’s 5.40. Perez’s WHIP, however, is 1.85, compared to 1.50 for Hughes. Those baserunners caught up to Perez in his last outing, and I see no reason why Monday would be any different. It also doesn’t hurt that Texas’s relievers have a 4.94 ERA this season.

Texas Rangers vs. Phil Hughes

Nomar Mazara, Rougned Odor, Joey Gallo, Mike Napoli, Elvis Andrus

You could make a strong argument Mike Napoli is just as strong a play at first base as Ryan Zimmerman or Mark Reynolds, and he is significantly cheaper. Napoli is 6-for-21 with two home runs against Phil Hughes, and he homered in his last game. As for the Rangers in this stack, Left-handed batters are hitting .375 against Phil Hughes since the start of 2016; only Chris Rusin and Brett Anderson have been worse.

Cincinnati Reds vs. Matt Garza

Eugenio Suarez, Adam Duvall, Joey Votto, Billy Hamilton

Joey Votto is 12-for-34 with two home runs against Matt Garza, and Garza has been pretty terrible the last two seasons, with a 5.63 ERA in 2015 and a 4.51 ERA last year. Eugenio Suarez has a 1.159 OPS against right-handed pitchers this season, while Duvall and Hamilton are always threats to hit a home run or steal a base respectively.

Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Jhoulys Chacin

David Peralta, Jake Lamb, Paul Goldschmidt, Yasmany Tomas, Daniel Descalso, A.J. Pollock

Even after his eight shutout innings at home against these same Diamondbacks five days ago, Chacin has a 4.70 ERA and 1.30 WHIP on the season. Chacin’s two good starts have both been at home. He has allowed 12 earned runs on 16 hits with five strikeouts and six walks in 8.1 innings on the road. Also, San Diego’s bullpen has a 5.97 ERA this season. Only Detroit’s has been worse. Hopefully, last week’s result scares some DFS players away from the Diamondbacks. Arizona has a .910 OPS at home this season, the best in baseball. The Yankees are next at .840. The Rockies, it is worth noting for our purposes, are fourth at .802.

Coors Field Stacks:

Washington Nationals vs. Tyler Anderson

Trea Turner, Daniel Murphy, Ryan Zimmerman, Bryce Harper, Jayson Werth, Adam Eaton

Colorado Rockies vs. Jacob Turner

Charlie Blackmon, Mark Reynolds, Nolan Arenado, Gerardo Parra, DJ LeMahieu, Trevor Story