MLB Top Stacks for Fanduel and Draftkings September 13th

Welcome back, everyone! This MLB Top Stacks article will be a daily Article here at DFS Army, where I will do my best to highlight my top offenses to target each day for Fanduel and Draftkings. In the list below the MLB Top Stacks, I will also list my Top5 at each position to give you more ideas on how to construct other stacks today.

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🇺🇸 MLB Top Stacks September 13th 🇺🇸

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I use this sheet daily to help me identify top stacks on each slate

I’ve included the RAW number to show you the number that is being Ranked. This is the resulting number from my formula each day and should help illustrate exactly how much separation there is from team to team on the list. Some days there are very clear teams ranked in the Top 1 or 2. Other days they are grouped much tighter.

I’ve added a new Leverage Column, which is simply the Projection (minus) the Ownership. In theory, this should help us see who we can target at lower ownership and gain leverage on the field.


  • Brock Burke has a 5.27 xFIP on the year over a small sample size. Against lefties, he has only struck out 8.7% of batters and against righties, he has struck out only 13.9%. He leans on his fastball more than any other pitch, throwing it nearly 50% of the time to hitters from both sides of the plate. I’m expecting him to struggle against the likes of Matt Olson, Mark Canha, Khris Davis and Ramon Laureano who all do some serious damage against the fastball. In Texas, with temps approaching 90 degrees this is a really tough spot for Burke.


  • I generally like to avoid teams in Coors, simply because I know their ownership will usually be high. That being said, this matchup is hard to ignore for the Padres against Jeff Hoffman tonight. On the year, Hoffman has a 5.19 xFIP, and against lefties, he allows a 355/220 woba/iso with a 39% fly-ball rate and 32% hard contact rate. Against righties, he really struggles, allowing a 453/381 woba/iso with a 43% fly-ball rate and a 41% hard contact rate. I know the Padres are not a great offense, but, I’m hoping the field is a little scared to go heavy on them because of that fact tonight.


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  • Mike Leake is someone I’ve picked on plenty of times this season and tonight will be no different. On the year he allows a 348/200 woba/iso to lefties with a 40% hard contact rate and only a 16.1% k rate. His numbers are equally bad against righties, allowing a 334/227 woba/iso with a 40% fly-ball rate and 42% hard contact rate while striking out even fewer, at just 13.9%.

Others I like tonight:

Mariners vs Dylan Covey

  • 5.71 xFIP this year, and 451/255 woba/iso with 37% fly ball and 37% hard contact allowed vs Lefties

Orioles vs Jordan Zimmerman

  • 404/231 woba/iso with 43% hard contact and only a 14.5% k rate vs Lefties

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MLB Top Stacks DFS Fanduel Draftkings

🇺🇸 Batter Rankings 09/13 🇺🇸

These rankings are not site-specific and are intended to give you a solid pool of players to build your lineups from. I’m going to use the standard positions, Catcher through Outfield in these rankings so be aware of that if you’re constructing teams on Draftkings where some players can play multiple positions.

I will use the 😍 ADORE feature in the MLB Domination Station to increase the projection of each of these players by 15%. Doing this will allow me to get MORE of them throughout all of my lineups.

Top 10 overall

Trevor Story – COL
Manny Machado – SD
Matt Chapman – OAK
Wil Myers – SD
Khris Davis – OAK
Eric Hosmer – SD
Mark Canha – OAK
Nolan Arenado – COL
Luke Voit – NYY
Nick Martini – SD


Austin Hedges – SD
Stephen Vogt – SF
Tom Murphy – SEA
Jake Rogers – DET
Austin Romine – NYY


Eric Hosmer – SD
Luke Voit – NYY
Brandon Belt – SF
Matt Olson – OAK
Miguel Cabrera – DET


Gleyber Torres – NYY
Greg Garcia – SD
Dee Gordon – SEA
Jose Altuve – HOU
Shed Long – SEA


Manny Machado – SD
Matt Chapman – OAK
Nolan Arenado – COL
Gio Urshela – NYY
Renato Nunez – BAL

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MLB Top Stacks DFS Fanduel Draftkings


Trevor Story – COL
Jonathan Villar – BAL
Marcus Semien – OAK
J.P. Crawford – SEA
Tim Anderson – CWS


Wil Myers – SD
Khris Davis – OAK
Mark Canha – OAK
Nick Martini – SD
Ramon Laureano – OAK
Christin Stewart – DET
Charlie Blackmon – COL
Josh Naylor – SD
Mike Yastrzemski – SF
Chad Pinder – OAK

Position by Position Overview
– use this as a guide to help you start your build stacks tonight
– these are stack examples using ONLY the guys above in the Top5 at each position
– generally, if a team has multiple guys ranked at the Top5 in their position, it’s likely they are in a good spot overall

BAL – Villar, Nunez
COL – Story, Blackmon, Arenado
DET – Stewart, Rogers, Cabrera
NYY – Romine, Voit, Torres, Urshela
OAK – Semien, Davis, Canha, Laureano, Pinder, Olson, Chapman
SD – Myers, Martini, Naylor, Hedges, Hosmer, Garcia, Machado
SEA – Crawford, Murphy, Gordon, Long
SF – Yastrzemski, Vogt, Belt

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