LINEUP OUTLOOK: McKinstry leading off in Motown, Díaz moving up the lineup in Coors, and more...

During last week's post, a teaser about a potential dive into the Royals' lineup took a hit with Bobby Witt Jr. making a start from the sixth spot in the lineup, putting the batting order into flux. So it's probably best to let this situation marinate before making a rash decision about how players' fantasy impacts may improve, or decrease, until more clarity emerges. 

Speaking of emerging, when Detroit acquired Zach McKinstry in March, it did not create a ripple effect in the fantasy community. However, he's taken over the leadoff spot in the lineup, displaying on-base acumen and under-the-radar run potential. Many were burned by targeting Elias Díaz last season for power but he's been surging of late, and with his team struggling on...

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