Top Stack

Cleveland Indians vs Sean Reid-Foley

Reid-Foley is coming off a dominating outing against the Marlins in which he went seven innings, allowing one run and striking out 10.  Today’s matchup should go a little different as he is facing a Cleveland lineup with a lot more firepower than that of the Miami Marlins. Prior to his last start Reid-Foley had allowed nine runs on 13 hits over 9.1 innings against the Yankees and Royals.  I am looking at Cleveland to lead the early slate in runs this afternoon.

Top Stack Options: José Ramírez , Francisco Lindor , Edwin Encarnación, Melky Cabrera

Secondary Options: Yonder Alonso , Jason Kipnis , Yan Gomes


Milwaukee Brewers vs Chris Stratton

I’ll give you that Stratton has pitched well lately, allowing just four earned runs over his last 20.1 innings which spans three starts but it's also worth noting that two of those three starts came against the Mets.  Tonight he faces a Brewers lineup that can put runs on the board in a hurry as they are lead by N.L. MVP candidate Christian Yelich along with Lorenzo Cain , Travis Shaw and Jesus Aguilar to name a few. The Brewers lineup has a ton of power and that’s the type of line up you want to stack in your GPP contests.

Top Stack Options: Christian Yelich , Lorenzo Cain , Jesus Aguilar , Travis Shaw

Secondary Options: Ryan Braun , Mike Moustakas , Jonathan Schoop


Contrarian Stack

Boston Red Sox vs Charlie Morton

The Red Sox got to Morton for six runs on nine hits earlier this season. They will look to repeat that type of production this afternoon as Morton makes his return from a shoulder injury that landed him on the DL. Boston’s offense is the top ranked team against right-handed pitching this season and they absolutely rake at Fenway Park. The Red Sox should also be motivated to avenge last night’s loss after the team’s bullpen twice blew the game.

Top Stack Options: Mookie Betts , J.D. Martínez , Andrew Benintendi

Secondary Options: Ian Kinsler , Mitch Moreland , Jackie Bradley Jr.


Seattle Mariners vs Lance Lynn

Sooo, Lynn has allowed 19 earned runs on 31 hits over his last 18.2 innings.  Those 18.2 innings span four starts against the likes of the Tigers, White Sox, Marlins and Blue Jays. Not exactly the league's elite. Enter today’s matchup against the Mariners who are fighting for a playoff berth and chasing the Yankees to get there who hold one of the two Wild Card spots. Lefties are crushing Lynn, hitting .303 with an OPS of .870 off him, which makes guys like Robinson Canó , Denard Span and Kyle Seager interesting in this matchup.

Top Stack Options: Robinson Canó , Mitch Haniger , Nelson Cruz , Denard Span

Secondary Options: Kyle Seager , Dee Gordon , Ryon Healy