ISO Report 6/15

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Hey all, I am a bit short on time today as my little sister is getting married (where does the time go?!). So today let’s take a quick look at some ISO stacks. Yesterdays ISO stacks delivered with the Indians scoring 13 and the Rockies scoring 12. Also we talked about not being scared to play chalk Coors field players. Yesterday was exactly why, as there were a whopping 28 runs!

Our top 2 ISO stacks are both on the early slate. For the Giants, keep in mind that the Jimmy Nelson sample size is very very small. He only has a few games in over the last 2 seasons. SF is not a team I have stacked really all season and I am not really interested here despite the Nelson numbers. Nelson will only get better each start.

For the Indians, they find themselves in another smash spot, just like yesterday. If weather cooperates, the entire team stack is in play, but specifically the righties/switch hitters. Just be sure you are keeping an eye on weather as it it is going to rain most the day in Ohio.

Our next few stacks come from the main slate. Let’s take a look.

A few names that stand out here: Matt Olson, Khris Davis, Matt Chapman, Austin Meadows and Brandon Lowe. All have 200+ ISO and found themselves against pitchers giving up a ton of ISO.

Like we keep talking about in here. Stack em up when doing GPP lineups. Full stacks are fine, 4-3-1 stacks, even mini 2 man stacks is fine. And for GPP’s, you want guys who have home run potential (ISO!).

Good luck all!

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