LINEUPS OUTLOOK: Assessing STL, TAM match-up based bats; full-timer d'Arnaud

Being adaptable, in real baseball and fantasy alike, requires forward thinking. Most associate this type of thinking with relievers when focusing on the Rays. However, early on in 2023, Tampa Bay benefited from a soft schedule and deployed hitters in optimal match-ups. St. Louis has also shifted their lineup based on the opposing pitcher, with some young bats emerging through the limited six-game sample. After going through the team constructs, two players deserving a deeper dive, Travis d'Arnaud and Alec Bohm, may benefit from their recent usage patterns. 

St. Louis Cardinals Lineup Observations

This will seem a bit slanted since the Cardinals have faced five right-handed pitchers through their first six games. Biggest beneficiaries...

Almost!

You’re just a few clicks away from accessing this feature and hundreds more throughout the year that have a singular goal in mind: Winning your league. Subscribe to BaseballHQ.com here!

Already a subscriber? Sign in here

More From Batters

Harold Ramirez's high swinging strike rate and poor batted ball quality make him a poor bet for a turnaround.
Apr 22 2024 3:05am
Our bi-weekly look into evolving lineups across the fantasy landscape and how they may impact a player's value.
Apr 19 2024 3:06am
Elehuris Montero is one of several bats with bad early production whose underlying foundation points to a significant rebound.
Apr 15 2024 3:05am
Jordan Walker's slow start is hiding some upper-tier batted ball indicators and a jump in walk rate.
Apr 8 2024 3:05am
How could lineup spots enhance these three players' values for the upcoming season? Check out our lineups outlook with eyes on JJ Bleday, Will Benson, and Anthony Volpe.
Apr 5 2024 3:06am

Tools