Below are stacks to consider for Tuesday’s MLB DFS action.

The Chalk

We’ve got another Coors game tonight, so of course the chalk starts there. The Padres beat the Rockies 13-5 last night with Carlos Asuaje and Franchy Cordero homering, Wil Myers doubling twice, and Eric Hosmer reaching base in all six plate appearances. Tonight’s pitching matchup features a couple of lefties with Kyle Freeland slated to face Eric Lauer.

Freeland is off to a rough start this season with a 5.85 ERA and more than four walks per nine innings through his first four starts. José Pirela has been San Diego’s best hitter against lefties dating back to last season, and Wil Myers and Manuel Margot have also been above average against lefties. Eric Hosmer has a respectable 99 wRC+ without the platoon advantage in that time frame. Rookie Christian Villanueva (who was scratched with hamstring soreness yesterday) hasn’t faced many lefties in his young career, but he’ll have the platoon advantage if he’s back in the lineup. Those five hit 1-5 in the order the last time the Pads faced a left-handed starter.

Starting for San Diego will be rookie Eric Lauer who has the unenviable task of making his major league debut at Coors field. The kid has only 73 innings combined between Double-A and Triple-A. He’s pitched respectably in the upper minors, but this is still an incredibly tough assignment for a pitcher as green as Lauer.

Colorado has five hitters with wRC+ marks higher than 135 dating back to the start of last season: Nolan Arenado (whose wRC+ vs. LHP is 222!), Trevor Story , DJ Lemahieu, Charlie Blackmon and Chris Iannetta . Keep in mind that wRC+ is a park-adjusted number, which makes the Rockies extremely potent against left-handed pitching.

One of two non-Coors teams with an implied run total in Vegas higher than five runs as of this writing is the Mariners who will face the White Sox in Chicago with right-hander Chris Volstad on the mound. You might remember Volstad from his luck driven 2.88 ERA in 84.1 innings in his 2008 rookie season. But in four seasons after than he never posted an ERA lower than 4.58. Since 2013 Volstad has all of 37.1 major league innings under his belt, and he’ll make his first start of the season tonight after posting a 4.70 ERA in four relief appearances so far.

The options for the Mariners are numerous as they have seven hitters with at least 300 PA against right-handed pitchers dating back to last season with a wRC+ of 100 or better. Nelson Cruz , Mitch Haniger , Robinson Canó and Mike Zunino have been their best hitters against right-handers all with wRC+ marks over 120. Closer to average are Jean Segura , Kyle Seager and Ben Gamel , all of whom can be used to streamline a Mariners stack.

Quickly, the A’s have the second highest implied total of the evening getting a positive park shift on the road in Texas. They’ll face Cole Hamels against whom active A’s have combined for a .442 wOBA in a total of 112 PA. Right-handers Chad Pinder , Khris Davis , Matt Chapman and Jonathan Lucroy have the best numbers against Hamels, all with an OPS higher than 1.100 against him, and should be the basis of any A’s stack.

Not the Chalk

On the other side of that White Sox-Mariners game, the Sox are also a great stack option despite only having the 11th highest implied run total in Vegas as of this writing. We had the Sox listed here as a non-chalk stack option yesterday, and they delivered by scoring 10 runs and chasing starter Mike Leake in the fourth inning. José Abreu and Yoan Moncada led the way with 10 and nine total bases, respectively.

Today the Sox will face left-hander Marco Gonzales . We must point out that Gonzales’ 5.94 ERA through four starts is extremely unlucky as his 25.7 percent strikeout rate and 4.1 percent walk rate are quite good. However, Gonzales has yet to show the ability to limit hard contact. His hard contact rate allowed is 41.2 percent, and his 11.8 soft contact rate is the third lowest of today’s probable starters.

Chicago’s best hitters against left-handed pitching are Abreu and Avisail García , though Garcia may not be in the lineup today after pulling a hamstring last night. Other above average White Sox against left-handed pitching are Welington Castillo , Tim Anderson , Nicky Delmonico and Matt Davidson . Switch-hitting Yoan Moncada will also obviously have the platoon advantage, and he has been hot lately with three home runs, four steals, seven runs and seven RBI over his last seven games.

With a Coors game, Seattle having a high implied run total, and the A’s coming off a nine-run game while getting a positive park shift on the road in Texas, you might see reasonably low ownership on Dodgers and Cubs. Those teams have the eighth and 12th highest implied run totals of the evening.

The Dodgers will face left-handed Dillon Peters who has a 6.98 ERA through four starts. Enrique Hernandez, Austin Barnes , Corey Seager , Cody Bellinger , Chris Taylor and Yasmani Grandal all have above average numbers against left-handed pitching dating back to last season. The Cubs will face right-hander Josh Tomlin who has an ERA of 8.00 over three appearances and nine innings so far this season. The Cubs have a whopping eight hitters with a wRC+ of 100 or better against right-handed pitching since the start of last season.

If you want to get really contrarian, a case could be made for the Mets who have the second lowest implied run total of the night. They’ll be in St. Louis facing Luke Weaver who has a 4.22 ERA and 4.01 xFIP in his first four starts of the season. The Mets have eight hitters with a wRC+ higher than 105 against right-handed pitching since the start of last season, so you should have no problem finding a streamlined stack. Michael Conforto and Brandon Nimmo are their best hitters against righties, both with wRC+ marks north of 150. Yoenis Céspedes and Jay Bruce also have wRC+ marks higher than 120. Their best hitter this season has been Asdrubal Cabrera who is currently working on a four-game hit streak and who has four multi-hit games in his last six.