Fantasy Baseball Stacks: Top Offenses to Target for July 10

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Here are my top fantasy baseball stacks for Tuesday night’s 15-game MLB main slate:
 

1. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS

 
While this game at Coors Field is projected to be relatively even at around 5.5 runs per team, I think Arizona holds the advantage. The D-Backs will face Colorado LHP Tyler Anderson ($8,200), who they lit up for seven runs in just 2 1/3 innings at Chase Field earlier this season. A similar performance at Coors (where they average eight runs per game this season) could yield even more productive offensive numbers for a team that set a franchise record with 20 runs on Saturday.

Players to Consider

Paul Goldschmidt ($5,900)
A.J. Pollock ($5,400)
Nick Ahmed ($4,300)
Steven Souza ($4,200)
Ketal Marte ($4,200)
J.R. Murphy ($3,500)
 


 

2. BOSTON RED SOX

 
The Red Sox actually underperformed on Monday, scoring five runs fueled by a pair of homers. That doesn’t stop them from having even higher expectations Tuesday against Texas RHP Yovani Gallardo ($4,700). Projected for 6.2 runs, the RHP owns an 8.17 ERA through 25 1/3 innings pitched this season. This offense has been in cruise control of late, with five runs seeming like an off night. Look for the bats to re-break out at Fenway.
 

Players to Consider

 
Mookie Betts ($6,000)
J.D. Martinez ($5,800)
Andrew Benintendi ($5,300)
Xander Bogaerts ($5,000)
Mitch Moreland ($4,400)
Brock Holt ($3,400)

 

3. MINNESOTA TWINS

 
After getting shut down by Danny Duffy, the Twins found a way to score three runs and prevail Monday. I expect Tuesday to be a different story against Royals RHP Ian Kennedy ($6,200). Minnesota’s projected for 5.4 runs against the RHP, who’s always struggled with these bats — .301 batting average with 17 extra-base hits, 10 home runs and 21 walks over 146 at-bats. Look for the punishing to continue.
 

Players to Consider

 
Eddie Rosario ($4,800)
Eduardo Escobar ($4,400)
Brian Dozier ($4,100)
Max Kepler ($3,900)
Jorge Polanco ($3,800)
Logan Morrison ($3,500)
 


 

4. COLORADO ROCKIES

 
Despite favoring the Diamondbacks, the Rockies remain in a terrific spot. Patrick Corbin ($10,400) is on a nice stretch, having allowed two or fewer earned runs in each of his past five road starts, but this is still a LHP at Coors Field. You’ll want to load up on RHBs here, with DJ LeMahieu ($4,700) potentially holding the most individual value. The second baseman is 15-for-40 against Corbin in his career, with three of those hits going for triples and four home runs.
 

Players to Consider

 
Nolan Arenado ($5,800)
Charlie Blackmon ($5,700)
Trevor Story ($5,300)
DJ LeMahieu ($4,700)
Ian Desmond ($4,100)
Chris Iannetta ($3,600)
 


 

5. NEW YORK YANKEES

 
You know it’s a nice-looking night for offense when the Yankees check in at No. 5 with a 5.9 run projection in Baltimore. Andrew Cashner ($5,000) will toe the rubber for the O’s, and although the RHP has surrendered just four runs in two starts against the Bronx Bombers this season, regression is bound to strike. With relatively even splits, this lineup is far too talented 1-9 to not get to a mediocre pitcher like Cashner in a hitter’s park like this.
 

Players to Consider

 
Aaron Judge ($5,700)
Giancarlo Stanton ($5,000)
Aaron Hicks ($4,900)
Brett Gardner ($4,500)
Didi Gregorius ($4,500)
Greg Bird ($4,000)



 
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