Texas Rangers

The Rangers find themselves with an implied run total sitting at 5.63, which is highest on the slate. They are facing off against Brett Anderson , who has some rough numbers this season, but they do come from a much smaller sample size. Anderson is giving up a .422 wOBA, 1.50 HR/9 and a 33% hard contact rate to righties. He is also giving up a .365 wOBA and a 37% hard contact rate to lefties. This is a very favorable hitter’s park, so we should see the Rangers as a popular team tonight. Stacking them should be easier on FanDuel since their most expensive player is only $3.4K. That salary flexibility will allow you to get up to the higher priced pitchers on this slate. Their salaries on DraftKings are more in line where you would expect, but nothing too expensive. Joey Gallo .266 ISO. Ryan Rua .242 ISO. Robinson Chirinos .239 ISO. Jurickson Profar .227 ISO. Ronald Guzman .216 ISO. Adrián Béltre .190 ISO. Elvis Andrus .174 ISO.

Cleveland Indians

The Indians are generally one of the more popular teams to stack up and tonight should be no different. They come in with an implied run total of 5.54, which is second highest on the slate, so we should be in for plenty of scoring tonight. When it comes to a team like the Indians, the real question you have to answer is, how many of them can you fit into your lineup? They are always one of the more expensive teams to stack, so that means you have to pay down at pitching or find some serious value for the other hitters. They are up against Trevor Williams , who is giving up 1.13 HR/9 to lefties and 1.05 HR/9 to righties. Those numbers are terrible, but you should want to rely on the power and upside of the Indians to score the runs. José Ramírez .323 ISO. Edwin Encarnación .290 ISO. Francisco Lindor .277 ISO. Michael Brantley .206 ISO. Yonder Alonso .187 ISO. Yan Gomes .174 ISO.

Detroit Tigers

Really like the Tigers tonight, specifically on FanDuel due to their prices. The most expensive player is $3.1K on FanDuel, which opens up so much during your lineup construction. You can legitimately have a four-man stack which costs less than $12K. Just something that should be noted due to pricing. They are up against Heath Fillmyer , who is a very young and very inexperienced pitcher for the Royals tonight, who is giving up a .438 wOBA to righties. This may not be the best hitter’s park, but hopefully, lower ownership will allow this cheap stack to have some upside in tournaments. The Tigers don’t have the deepest team, so stick with the top options that they do have. Niko Goodrum .213 ISO. Nicholas Castellanos .210 ISO. Jeimer Candelario .189 ISO. Leonys Martín .158 ISO. John Hicks .144 ISO.