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DraftKings and FanDuel Spotlight Stacks, Thursday 4/26

Josh Engleman



MLB picks: Our FanDuel MLB DFS Cheatsheets column highlights value plays in each price range for fantasy baseball lineups for July 21.

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 (@ TB)

The Red Sox have the highest implied total on the main slate, but it’s not as if you needed any extra reasoning to roster bats from the third best offense in baseball by wRC+. It starts with Spotlight Hitter Andrew Benintendi, but Mookie Betts was a close second for that spot. Rafael Devers looks good, particularly on DraftKings. Eduardo Nunez has a nice price along with dual eligibility on DK. After that, you can still slot in Hanley Ramirez, J.D. Martinez and/or Jackie Bradley Jr.

CHC (vs. MIL)

I’ve already gone over the virtues of Javier Baez, but he’s not the only bat I want from Chicago. Anthony Rizzo gets the best of the lefty/righty match-up. I’ll be sticking to the rest of the top of the lineup, with Albert Almora, Kris Bryant (keep an eye on this) and/or Willson Contreras. I don’t love Kyle Schwarber’s price, but he should have a few opportunities with runners on.

KC (vs. CWS)

I shockingly love the Royals tonight. Jon Jay, Mike Moustakas and Lucas Duda all get the benefit of the match-up with righty Luke Giolito. Whit Merrifield is showing up a lot in my first draft of lines. Salvador Perez is a nice catcher play on DraftKings. Jorge Soler is a guy I don’t expect to be highly owned, but I’ll likely be overweight on.

Awesemo’s Notes
I agree with Josh on all three stacks tonight and I’ll throw in the White Sox as another great option based on their low price points.

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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