For those who are unfamiliar with my thought process, I aim to add as many home run hitters as possible to my daily fantasy baseball lineups. One way of doing that is to look at a player's isolated power numbers (ISO). The ISO statistic removes singles and provides a larger weight for each extra-base hit.

I also use the weighted on-base average (wOBA) metric. This stat takes every positive outcome into consideration.

Last year, the league average was a .150 ISO and a .313 wOBA. So, when you see me list a player's ISO or wOBA, you know why I do it.

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5 Things to Watch:

1. Here are the four highest over/unders for Tuesday, provided by OddsShark...

Games O/U
NYY/BOS 9.5
ATL/MIL 9
TB/TOR 9
HOU/DET 9

2. The good and bad news is that the TEX/COL game is scheduled for 3:10pm (EST). The bad news is that you can't take advantage of the high over/under (12 projected runs). However, the good news is that you don't need to allocate a ton of money towards Coors Field hitters.

3. We have one interleague game on Tuesday night: LAA/CHC. The Angels lose their DH and Jered Weaver is forced to pitch to a homer-happy lineup. Chicago is also the strongest favorite of the slate (-210).

4. The lowest over/under from Tuesday's schedule is PHI/LAD. Kenta Maeda will toe the rubber for the Dodgers and is a heavy favorite (-180) against the Phillies.

5. For the BvP enthusiasts: Josh Donaldson is 8-17 (.471) with three home runs against Drew Smyly...Jacoby Ellsbury is 12-28 (.429) with four homers against Rick Porcello...Also, Matt Kemp is 7-14 (.500) with two extra-base hits against Wily Peralta.

Yesterday's recap:

Devon Travis was the bargain and he excelled way beyond his price point. He went 4-for-5 and even hustled for a triple last night. We also received home runs from Yasmani Grandal, Edwin Encarnacion, and Adrian Beltre.

Must-Start of the day: Kenta Maeda, LAD

Other than the fact that Vegas loves Maeda tonight, he's struck out at least five batters in six of the past seven performances.

Deal of the day: Brandon Phillips, CIN

He is 13-for-27 (.481) with two home runs in the past week. Phillips also carries a .314 wOBA against righties this season. In a small sample size, he is 4-for-6 with two double against Mike Leake, too.

Avoid of the day: Carlos Santana, CLE

He is 3-39 (.077) with eight strikeouts in his career against Max Scherzer.

Stack of the day: Cincinnati Reds

Former Red, Mike Leake, is on the hill tonight and he's been dreadful in his last three starts: 19 ER in 16 innings. Leake's last outing was against Cincinnati, too: 5 IP, 7 ER. Adam Duvall has homered off of Leake twice. Billy Hamilton is 4-for-5 against Leake. Brandon Phillips has solid BvP numbers, too.

Starting pitchers:

Max Scherzer, WAS - He's notched at least 10 strikeouts in two of his last three starts. Also, since the All-Star break, Mad Max is 2-0 with a 2.17 ERA and has tallied 34 Ks in 29 innings of work.

Kenta Maeda, LAD - "Must-start of the day."

Rick Porcello, BOS - Whether it's luck or skill, Porcello is 10-0 with a 3.21 ERA at Fenway Park this season. He also has two starts against the Yankees in 2016. In that time, Porcello is 1-1 with a 1.93 ERA and tallied 11 strikeouts in 14 innings of work.

Catchers:

Evan Gattis, HOU - He has a .284 ISO against lefties this season.

Gary Sanchez, NYY - He has .250 ISO against righties this year.

First basemen:

David Ortiz, BOS - Even in his "slump," Ortiz has a .362 ISO and a .444 wOBA against right-handed pitchers this season. Big Papi is also 3-for-5 against Luis Severino, with those three hits being home runs.

Anthony Rizzo, CHC - He has a .296 ISO against righties this year.

Edwin Encarnacion, TOR - He has a .323 ISO against lefties this season.

Freddie Freeman, ATL - He has a .236 ISO against righties in 2016.

Second basemen:

Ben Zobrist, CHC - He has a .362 wOBA against righties this season and a .296 career AVG (8-27) against Jered Weaver.

Brandon Phillips, CIN - "Deal of the day."

Third basemen:

Kris Bryant, CHC - He has a .228 ISO against righties this year.

Josh Donaldson, TOR - He has a .255 ISO and a .427 wOBA against lefties this season.

Shortstops:

Marcus Semien, OAK - He has a .320 ISO against southpaws this season.

Troy Tulowitzki, TOR - He has a .328 wOBA against lefties this year.

Outfielders:

Mookie Betts, BOS - He has a .229 ISO against righties and a .400 AVG (12-30) in the past week.

Matt Kemp, ATL - He has a .193 ISO against righties this season.

Jacoby Ellsbury, NYY - (See "5 Things)

Adam Duvall, CIN - He has a .297 ISO against righties in 2016.

Chris Carter, MIL - He has a .222 ISO against righties this year.

Ryan Braun, MIL - He has a .218 ISO against righties this season.

Nick Markakis, ATL - He has a .339 wOBA against righties this year and a .417 AVG in the past week.

Michael Saunders, TOR - He has a .337 ISO and a .418 wOBA against lefties this year.

Jorge Soler, CHC - He has a .193 ISO against righties in 2016.

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