MLB DFS 4/8/22 – Dylan’s Top Stacks - DFS Karma
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MLB DFS 4/8/22 – Dylan’s Top Stacks

Welcome to our MLB DFS Top Stacks for 4/8/22! In this article, I’ll break down by top overall stacks for today’s main slate. Last year was an extremely big year for the Karma team in MLB, and we are looking to continue that success in 2022. I will be providing Core Plays for every main slate this season — you can gain access to the Core Plays as well as our premium discord here. You can also try out the Core Plays package with a $5 daily pass. Let’s get to the stacks…

We have major weather concerns across the slate for Opening Day, with multiple games already getting moved to Friday. I’ll do my best to highlight my favorite spots, but be sure to monitor the weather prior to lock. It looks likely that at least a few more games get PPD.

Atlanta Braves (5.13 IRT)

After a pretty disappointing opening day from the Atlanta bats yesterday, I am going right back to them. Atlanta has a lineup that consists of a lot of right-handed hitters who can give lefties problems all season long. They will have the platoon advantage against a young pitcher in Reiver Sanmartin, this will be Reiver’s 3rd career start. He had 2 starts last season against a very awful Pirates club, he did win both of those starts but gave up 5 hits in one game, and 7 in another, but this is a matchup that will be MUCH more difficult for Reiver. I love a full stack here, the Atlanta bats should have no problems smacking Reiver around to get their bats flowing for the newborn year.

Toronto Blue Jays (4.95 IRT)

The Toronto Blue Jays come into this season with some pretty high expectations after some new faces enter the lineup. Toronto’s lineup is right handed from a projected lineup of 1 through 7. The Rangers bullpen does show promise, but unproven at that. Jon Gray gets the nod today, and he is not the biggest fan of right handed hitters, last year Gray gave up an ERA of 6.07 to right handed hitters, .325 AVG, and a 67.2% LOB. Toronto has a number of right handed hitters that can open this game up in Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Teoscar Hernandez, and Lourdes Gurriel to name a few.

Los Angeles Angels (4.93 IRT)

The Angels will try to get their bats going after a sluggish game yesterday, today they will go against Jake Odorizzi. We did not see much from Jake in Spring Training, but I expect to keep seeing regression from him. Last season he gave up a .4.31 SLG%, .320 wOBA, and a 4.31 ERA. Jake is a Sinker, and Fourseam dominant pitcher, I like the big bats of the Angels to send him deep today.

Written by Dylan Johnson (Follow @Dyl6nnn on Twitter)

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