It’s Sunday, so you know what that means! It’s time to take a look at the interleague matchups for the upcoming week and determine how it will affect our fantasy lineups. Which players are gaining or losing fantasy value this week? You’ll find that and more here at Fantasy Alarm!

We have quite a few interleague matchups on the docket this week! Let’s jump in and see which players gain/lose fantasy value for the week that lies ahead!

Mariners @ Rockies (7/20-7/21)

Luis Torrens was the primary DH the last handful of games prior to the break, but he can handle catching duties for this two-game set to keep his bat in the lineup. The Mariners should let Kelenic get all his at-bats, so he should have an everyday role going forward. He’s not on anyone’s radar, but Cal Raleigh had been catching, but with Torrens likely heading behind the dish, he won’t see many at-bats. You’ll want to monitor the lineups, because even some of the fringe bats for the Mariners will have value in Coors.

Winners: Torrens

Losers: Raleigh

Royals @ Brewers (7/20-7/21)

Jorge Soler could move to the outfield, but he hasn’t done that in a bit. If you rely on Soler, you might lose out on some at-bats during this two-game stint in Milwaukee. His last non-DH start came on July 5th. Expect him to sit one of these two games.

Winners: None

Losers: Soler (slightly)

Phillies @ Yankees (7/20-7/21)

We’ve seen it all year, but Philadelphia utilizes the DH for their vets. Andrew McCutchen and J.T. Realmuto figure to get some at-bats as the DH, opening the door for at-bats for Brad Miller and Ronald Torreyes.

Winners: Miller and maybe Torreyes

Losers: None

Nationals @ Orioles (7/23-7/25)

Josh Bell and Ryan Zimmerman will get to find their way into the lineup with the addition of the DH. Both will get at-bats and enjoy a slight bump to their fantasy value. Given Baltimore’s pitching, as well as how it plays to hitters, both can be comfortably started.

Winners: Bell and Zimmerman

Losers: None

White Sox @ Brewers (7/23-7/25)

If a lefty is on the mound, Brian Goodwin likely heads to center field, opening door for Gavin Sheets inright field, and subjecting Adam Engel to the pine. The biggest loser is likely Jake Burger, who has primarily logged his at-bats as the DH prior to the break. 

Winners: None

Losers: Engel and Burger

Blue Jays @ Mets (7/23-7/25)

The Blue Jays have a wealth of hitters, which plays well in the AL, but it’s rather maddening when they head to a National League stadium. Toronto has three outfield spots for four good outfielders. It’s hard to say exactly, but Cavan Biggio and Randal Grichuk seem to have the most to lose.

Winners: None

Losers: Maybe Grichuk/Biggio