Fantasy Baseball Week 10 Preview: Top 10 sleeper hitters highlight Tommy Pham, Avisail Garcia


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Exactly one team, the White Sox, plays eight games this week. Exactly one team, the Blue Jays, plays five. As you can imagine, the former is among the teams with the most favorable hitting matchups and the latter among those with the least favorable.

Generally, though, the matchups this week are more favorable than not, which makes it difficult to narrow down specific hitters to target. The White Sox and Twins both feature prominently on this list, and the Rockies‘ six home games also come into play.

Week 10: Sleeper pitchers | Two-start pitchers

Would the Angels give any thought to playing Shohei Ohtani in the outfield? They’ve moved him there late in games a few times, but I mean from the start of a contest? It’s worth asking with them visiting an NL park for two games, though since he almost certainly would pinch hit in those games if he doesn’t start, I don’t know that it’s worth removing him from your Fantasy lineup. Maybe in a shallower league.

Here are the top hitter recommendations among those rostered in less than 80 percent in CBS Sports leagues.

  • We talk Alek Manoah, Dylan Cease, Lucas Sims and two-start pitchers for Week 10 on the Fantasy Baseball Today in 5 podcast. You can follow us to get the latest episodes on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.

Sleeper hitters for Week 10 (May 31-June 6)

Best hitter matchups for Week 10

1. White Sox @CLE4, DET4 
2. Twins @BAL3, @KC4
3. Rockies TEX3, OAK3
4. Athletics @SEA3, @COL3
5. Astros BOS4, @TOR3

Worst hitter matchups for Week 10

1. Tigers @MIL2, @CHW4  
2. Blue Jays MIA2, HOU3  
3. Mets @ARI3, @SD4  
4. Diamondbacks NYM3, @MIL4  
5. Braves WAS4, LAD3





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