Jose Ramirez and Francisco Lindor comprise one of the most dangerous teammate duos in the league, and they get a matchup with James Shields of the White Sox on Tuesday. They represent just one stack you should consider for DFS lineups.
Max Stassi has swung the bat well all season and should play nearly every day while Brian McCann is on the DL. With catcher a wasteland once again, Stassi should be a priority on the fantasy baseball waiver wire.
Facing the Yankees is no easy task, but Charlie Morton has been one of the best pitchers in baseball all season. He's an ace worth chasing, even in a tough matchup, in Tuesday's DFS contests. Plus, offensive stacks to consider for your lineup.
Injuries limited Andrew Heaney six total starts in the previous two seasons. Now healthy, the former top prospect is finally realizing his potential. He leads this week's look at the fantasy baseball waiver wire.
The Nationals are in Miami taking on the Marlins this weekend. Max Scherzer is an obvious DFS play whenever he takes the mound, but his teammates in the field are well worth taking a look at, as well, on Friday.
Max Scherzer is the best pitcher on the board on Friday, but there are weather concerns in Washington. Charlie Morton's upside isn't quite as high, but he has been mowing down hitters this season. Plus, the Cubs look like one of the best offenses to stack facing Homer Bailey in Cincinnati.
Tyler Clippard may be the new closer in Toronto, Dustin Fowler is back in the majors, and Franchy Cordero can't stop hitting homers. They're just three of the players fantasy baseball owners should be looking at on the waiver wire.