Stacking has become a prime way to take down big tournaments, as well as giving your cash game team a solid floor. We focus on opposing pitcher stats, Vegas, weather, park factors, team stats, salaries, and player stats when deciding the top three stacks of the night. I know. Shocker we look at those things. If there is a Coors game on the slate, we will mostly divert our attention elsewhere, as Coors games are the obvious stacks of the night. It doesn't need much breaking down. Be sure to check out or revamped Stack Generator and Stack features inside our Lineup Optimizer and Tools.
Away from Chase Field the Arizona Diamondbacks tend to struggle, which leads to drops in ownership. That should be the case again tonight, but Tommy Milone makes this stack very intriguing. Milone has been a bullpen arm this year, and a subpar starter for most of his career. He has allowed a .448 wOBA and .322 ISO to right-handed bats this season, with a below average 16.3% strikeout rate. While guys like David Peralta and Jake Lamb get the lefty-lefty matchup, I don't expect Milone to go deep into this game, so they should get plenty of at-bats against the bullpen. Paul Goldschmidt, J.D. Martinez, and A.J. Pollock are the standout right-handed bats against lefties. We might get a platoon bat in there somewhere, but I still like using Peralta and Lamb in the stack together. If Adam Rosales comes in the top half or Brandon Drury, then you can look to them. While Citi Field isn't a dream park for stacks, it isn't bad enough to have me shy away from attacking Milone.