LINEUPS OUTLOOK: Potential post-hype breakouts, on-base targets and hitters for streaming

Another week, and some intriguing lineup moves putting players of interest on our radars. Miami's been flirting with a post-hype power prospect hitting clean-up. After disappointing fantasy players last year, can he carry over his strong start for a breakout campaign? His former teammate has been hitting clean-up with Oakland, which will not produce tremendous counting statistics, but he cannot be ignored in 12-team formats. 

With more leagues rewarding on-base average, two hitters may be settling into second in their respective lineups, which provides more runs plus RBI, making them worth speculating on. Last, but not least, two potential stream options for those replacing injured players, or maximizing their weekly lineups. 

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