Brian McCann (Yankees): The Yankees should also play the power game, as O's right-hander Miguel Gonzalez has served up 49 homers in his 58 appearances (55 starts) since the beginning of 2013. New York's catcher -- who owns a career .831 OPS vs. right-handers (.756 against lefties) -- could be the one to put a Gonzalez offering into the outfield seats.
Chase Headley (Yankees): Headley is another Yankees slugger who does his best work off right-handers, against whom he owns a career .770 OPS (.724 mark vs. lefties). The third baseman could join McCann in the homer category on Tuesday.
Jose Reyes (Blue Jays): The shortstop will face Matt Andriese, who has one inning of Major League experience. The owner of balanced career righty-lefty splits, Reyes could be a source of steals and runs if he can spark his team to a high-scoring night against the Rays rookie.
Dalton Pompey (Blue Jays): The switch-hitting outfielder has been batting second in Toronto's lineup, directly in front of star sluggers Jose Bautista, Edwin Encarnacion and Josh Donaldson. Coming off a 2014 campaign in which he posted a .392 on-base percentage in the Minors, Pompey could be a source of steals and runs if he can reach base against Andriese at hitter-friendly Rogers Centre.
Shin-Soo Choo (Rangers): Choo -- who owns a career .906 OPS against right-handers, as opposed to a .680 mark vs. lefties -- could have a productive game in his hitter-friendly home park against the Angels' Drew Rucinski, who will be making his first Major League start.
Prince Fielder (Rangers): The first baseman has dominated right-handers to the tune of a .964 career OPS (.797 vs. lefties), and he could record multiple hits and RBIs against Rucinski.
Leonys Martin (Rangers): DraftKings participants should not expect many homers from the Rangers, as the right-handed Rucinski did a great job of keeping the ball in the yard while pitching in the Minors. But Martin could nonetheless spark the Texas offense, as he owns a career .718 OPS vs. right-handers (.567 against lefties). Additionally, he has picked up 57 of his 70 career steals with a right-hander on the mound.
Rougned Odor (Rangers): Odor has done his best work against righties, posting a career .734 OPS in those matchups (compared to a .610 mark vs. lefties). DraftKings participants who stack their lineup against Rucinski could include this reasonably priced second baseman.
Anthony Rizzo (Cubs): DraftKings participants could target Rizzo, who owns a career .822 OPS vs. right-handers. The slugger is especially attractive in this contest, as he will face Reds righty Anthony DeSclafani, who has a 5.77 ERA with a 1.2 HR/9 rate in 39 career innings. On a related note, Rizzo has smacked 51 of his 71 career homers vs. righties.
Miguel Montero (Cubs): With a career .795 OPS vs. right-handers (.648 against lefties), the catcher is another strong candidate to put one of DeSclafani's offerings into the outfield seats at Wrigley Field.
Nelson Cruz (Mariners): Wise DraftKings participants will check to ensure that Cruz is in the Mariners' starting lineup at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday. Typically a designated hitter, the slugger will likely draw a start in the outfield against southpaw David Huff, who has posted a 5.02 ERA and a 1.2 HR/9 rate across parts of six big league seasons. For his part, Cruz owns a career .883 OPS vs. left-handers.
Jake Arrieta (Cubs): The right-hander earned a win after holding the Cardinals to three hits across seven innings in his season debut, and he should pick up victory No. 2 if he can have a similar level of success against the Reds on Tuesday. It should be attainable, as Arrieta is a much more dominant hurler than DeSclafani.
Matt Harvey (Mets): One of the few aces who will toe the rubber on Tuesday, the right-hander -- who struck out nine batters across six scoreless innings in his first 2015 start -- has a great chance to excel against the Phillies.
Daniel Norris (Blue Jays): The lefty tossed five effective innings against the Yankees last week before allowing a pair of homers in the sixth frame. If Norris can keep the ball in the yard for the entirety of his start against the light-hitting Rays, he should be able to provide quality innings -- with K's -- and a win.
Odrisamer Despaigne (Padres): Despaigne could be a strong value option in DraftKings on Tuesday, when he will work at his pitcher-friendly home park against the D-backs. On the opposing side, Arizona will start Jeremy Hellickson, who posted a 5.00 ERA from 2013-14 and opened '15 with a pedestrian outing.
All statistics are accurate through the completion of Sunday's games.