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Lots of teams you could make cases for today. Miami, Baltimore, Toronto, Cincinnati, Detroit, are some of the names that have some appeal as well, but won't be listed. Arizona is a team heading back home to where their ISO and Hard% skyrockets. Chase Field has been a hitter's paradise, and that should be what it is tonight. Ty Blach has allowed six runs in back-to-back starts, and struggles outside of AT&T Park. He has a 5.50 ERA, allowing a .369 wOBA. Against right-handers away from home he has allowed a .397 wOBA. Arizona has a few right-handers with strong numbers against southpaws. Paul Goldschmidt, J.D. Martinez, and Chris Iannetta have over a .400 wOBA off lefties this season. Iannetta should hit second again if the lineup follows like the last time they faced a lefty.