Sometimes I try to avoid the most obvious stacks, but I find the best days are the ones when I don’t have to try. If you want to stack the Braves, Mets or Indians, by all means don’t let me stop you. I found it rather refreshing that I came to the four stacks listed below before I even thought about those other teams. I can’t promise my stacks will be lesser owned, but I suspect that they will be, and that makes me like them even more.

As always, if you have any questions regarding these stacks, in the comments below, in the FANation forums or on Twitter. Also, I believe I have a DFS strategy article coming up relatively soon, so start sending me your strategy questions as well. 

New York Yankees vs. Jason Hammel

Didi Gregorius, Brett Gardner, Gary Sanchez, Matt Holliday, Starlin Castro, Aaron Judge, Jacoby Ellsbury, Chris Carter

Jason Hammel has an 8.59 ERA on the road since the 2016 All-Star Break. The Yankees have the third-best home wOBA in baseball at .369. Right-handed batters are batting .387 against Jason Hammel this season, and while I wouldn’t necessarily target the righties against Hammel, there is no reason to avoid them, either.

Minnesota Twins vs. Chris Tillman

Miguel Sano, Brian Dozier, Max Kepler, Jorge Polanco, Kennys Vargas

Chris Tillman has a 3.52 ERA in three starts this season, but his 1.50 WHIP only hints at his blowup potential. Tillman’s velocity is down from last season and as I noted in the pitching coach, his first-strike percentage is awful. The Twins will likely be a less popular stack than they were against Ubaldo Jimenez Monday, but they could be just as effective

Miami Marlins vs. Sonny Gray

Justin Bour, Dee Gordon, Giancarlo Stanton, J.T. Realmuto, Ichiro Suzuki, J.T. Riddle, Derek Dietrich

I like a Marlins stack Wednesday because it is so versatile depending on your needs. If you start Chris Sale—more on that below—you can go cheap with Riddle, Dietrich and Ichiro, assuming Ichiro starts for Christian Yelich. If you have some more money to spend, you can go with the heart of the order. Realmuto and Bour could be strong plays either way.

Philadelphia Phillies vs. Tyler Chatwood

Cesar Hernandez, Michael Saunders, Cameron Rupp, Odubel Herrera, Freddy Galvis

The Phillies have a .336 wOBA at home this season, and while Tyler Chatwood has been better on the road, he still has a 5.05 FIP away from Coors Field this season. You will need some cheap hitters if you are going to start Sale, and the Phillies are a great place to find value. Hernandez, Saunders and Rupp are nice values across the board, while Herrera and Galvis are a bit cheaper on DraftKings than FanDuel.