MLB DFS Stacks: Tuesday 6/1

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CASH STACKS

Tampa Bay Rays (vs. New York Yankees - SP Domingo German)

Austin Meadows and the Tampa Bay Rays should be a popular stack on tonight’s daily fantasy slate. The Rays will be facing New York’s, Domingo German. German has been pitching well but tends to allow the long ball at home. Over his last five games, German has allowed multi-home runs in two of them. In his last 10 games, German has allowed nine total home runs over 50 innings pitched. Austin Meadows has been on fire recently. Tampa Bay’s left-handed outfielder is batting .324 over his last 37 at-bats averaging 12.4 fantasy points per game! Meadows has averaged 21 FPPG over his last four games. Now for the cherry on top. Meadows has seen Domingo German in 8 career at-bats. Meadows has three home runs and one double batting .500 in these at-bats. Considering German has trouble keeping it in Yankee Stadium, Meadows should be a very popular investment on tonight‘s slate. I expect the Tampa Bay Rays to be a popular stack tonight. So popular that I am considering Domingo German as a solid pivot play for leverage. Definitely invest in both sides of this matchup for optimal results. This is the GPP matchup of the day!

Top plays: Austin Meadows & Randy Arozarena

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GPP STACK

New York Yankees (vs. Tampa Bay - SP Tyler Glasnow)

Tyler Glasnow exhibits stellar stats against the New York Yankees. Over 81 at-bats, Glasnow has allowed a .173 batting average striking out 32 Yankees. Because of this, the Yankees could be a solid GPP stack with a massive upside tonight. I expect many people to roster Glasnow along with the Tampa Bay Rays, why not get different and roster a Yankees stack with German. Glasnow allowed one earned run in New York on April 17th, striking out seven batters. The Yankees only had two hits in this game but walked four times. The Toronto Blue Jays tagged Glasnow for five earned runs over 4.2 innings pitched just two weeks ago. Tampa Bay‘s right-handed starter can be exploited and the Yankees are due for a big game. New York's lineup has been released and there's tons of value to had! Rougned Odor is batting 2nd. Mike Ford is batting 5th and the backend of their lineup includes cheap options in Clint Frazier, Miguel Andujar, Brett Gardner.

Top plays: Rougned Odor, Gio Urshela, DJ LeMahieu, and Aaron Judge

Washington Nationals (vs. Atlanta Braves - SP Max Fried)

The Atlanta Braves are sending Max Fried to the mound against the Washington Nationals. The Nationals are batting .348 with three home runs in 66 at-bats against Fried. I think the Nationals could be a chalky stack tonight but one way to get different with a Nationals stack would be to invest in their six, seven, eight, or nine batters - Yan Gomes, Victor Robles, and Starlin Castro are all viable GPP plays. The Washington Nationals are currently underdogs at +120 with a 9 O/U courtesy of Pointsbet.com.

Top plays: Yan Gomes, Victor Robles, and Starlin Castro

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BARGAIN BIN

C Yan Gomes

1B Miguel Andujar

2B Starlin Castro

SS Jordy Mercer

3B Hunter Dozier

OF Clint Frazier

OF Kyle Schwarber

OF Victor Robles