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DraftKings and FanDuel Spotlight Stacks, Friday 4/13

Josh Engleman



FREE MLB picks: Our DraftKings MLB DFS Cheatsheets column highlights value plays in each price range for fantasy baseball lineups for June 23

The following Spotlight Stacks were selected by’s Director of Content Josh Engleman. Please check back later for notes/additional picks from Awesemo himself.

BOS (vs. BAL)

The Red Sox are, far and away, the best stack of the night. They will certainly be popular and with good reason. The entire lineup looks playable, starting at the top with Spotlight Hitter Mookie Betts. I generally stick to guys in the top 6 spots of the order, so feel free to mix and match those guys to make your lineup fit. This is a case where I’ll happily eat some chalk. I might even go back for seconds.

WAS (vs. COL)

The Nats bats were quiet last night, but I expect that to change against Kyle Freeland and the Rockies. Washington will be running out a ton of right handed hitting against the lefty, which goes perfectly with their implied run total. You can grab an entire infield and have a solid stack. Oh by the way, they still have Bryce Harper hitting 3rd. If you aren’t using the Red Sox, the Nats are the next best thing.


While the Pirates lineup isn’t loaded with the most imposing hitters in the league, they do right heavy to the right side, which is a bonus against lefty Dillon Peters. If you’re paying up for pitching tonight, Pittsburgh makes for a nice value stack. With most of their value being spread across the infield (save for Starling Marte), a Pirates stack will allow you to spend up for premium outfield bats. They probably won’t be talked about much, which is perfect on a night with 13 games.

Awesemo’s Notes
Josh did a great job identifying the two top stacks of the night with Boston and Washington, and I think that Pittsburgh is a great contrarian option because their team total isn’t high, but their prices are fair on both sites.

Josh is Contributor for where he hosts video and writes content regularly across the primary sports of MLB, NBA, and NFL as well as contributing to the development of models and projections for soccer. He originally started producing projections & articles for Reddit's r/DFSports in 2014 where he built a loyal following that brought him to where he is today. Josh is most known for his elaborate Excel spreadsheets, which he shares in all of his video content. You can find him on Twitter or hanging out in Awesemo's Premium Slack. You can contact Josh by emailing [email protected].

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