LINEUP OUTLOOK: Pratto leading off, Raley moving up the order

This week's Lineup Outlook features two left-handed hitters rising in their respective batting orders. Since their teams can be fluid with lineups, remaining in these new spots will enhance their fantasy value in the near-term, and potentially longer if they produce. With standings stabilizing, hitting streamers for next week will be covered as well. 

Nick Pratto 1B/OF (KC)

He's hit lead-off in five of his last six starts, and in 11 games this season. With momentum on his side, he may remain there going forward. Mining his split results when batting first, he owns a .380 on-base percentage over 50 plate appearances with six runs, two doubles, two home runs and three RBI. Even though he hits left-handed, he's not displayed any split...

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