Andrew McCutchen (Pirates): Another Pittsburgh outfielder who could thrive in a home game against the left-handed Wood, McCutchen owns a career .989 OPS against southpaws as opposed to an .851 mark vs. righties.
Dee Gordon (Marlins): Gordon is an attractive option for DraftKings participants, because he can be slotted at either middle-infield position. The speedster struggles against lefties (career .255 average), but he has excelled against right-handers such as Williams to the tune of a lifetime .285 average. And because Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz is no better than average at thwarting opposing base runners, baseball's 2014 stolen-base leader could get the green light if he reaches first.
Adam Lind (Brewers): Hitting .300 as a member of the Brewers, Lind could extend his April surge with a productive game at his hitter-friendly home ballpark against Reds righty Jason Marquis. The Milwaukee first baseman has slugged 126 of his 147 career roundtrippers against right-handers, and Marquis has allowed 43 homers in his past 44 starts, dating back to 2012.
Brandon Moss (Indians): Moss has gone deep 92 times during his Major League tenure, belting 80 of those long balls against right-handers. On Tuesday, he could add to that total when he faces fly-ball-prone righty Hector Noesi (career 5.15 ERA) at hitter-friendly U.S. Cellular Field.
Prince Fielder (Rangers): Fielder will bring his career .963 OPS vs. right-handers (.799 against southpaws) into a matchup with righty Chase Anderson at hitter-friendly Chase Field on Tuesday. The left-handed slugger could smack a homer off Anderson, who owns a career 1.2 HR/9 rate.
Billy Butler (A's): Butler could reach base multiple times on Tuesday, when he faces Angels southpaw Hector Santiago (career 1.35 WHIP). DraftKings participants should note that the A's first baseman has produced a career .315/.394/.518 slash line vs. lefties.
Steve Pearce (Orioles): The outfielder could be primed for a productive night at hitter-friendly Rogers Centre against lefty Mark Buehrle (career 1.28 WHIP), as his career .868 OPS vs. southpaws compares favorably to his .698 mark against right-handers.
Matt Kemp (Padres): The outfielder could display some power when he brings his lifetime .953 OPS vs. lefties into a matchup against southpaw Tyler Matzek at hitter-friendly Coors Field on Tuesday. The owner of a career 1.39 WHIP, Matzek could struggle against Kemp's Padres, who have fielded a productive offense this April.
Derek Norris (Padres): With a strong platoon advantage, Norris could offer DraftKings participants a cost-effective catcher option on Tuesday. The backstop owns a lifetime .872 OPS against southpaws such as Matzek, Colorado's scheduled starter for Tuesday. By contrast, Matzek has yielded a lifetime .823 OPS to right-handed hitters such as Norris.
Carlos Gonzalez (Rockies): CarGo thrives at Coors Field (lifetime 1.018 OPS) and vs. right-handers (career .911 OPS). Brandon Morrow has kicked off his Padres tenure with a pair of quality home starts, but his career 4.23 ERA and 1.35 WHIP suggest that he could struggle away from pitcher-friendly Petco Park.
Mike Fiers (Brewers): Fiers has not posted great surface numbers this season, but he has tallied strikeout, walk and homer rates superior to his career marks. The hurler has not been a beneficiary of good luck, having so far surrendered a .433 BABIP that should stabilize along with his performance in the coming weeks. Set to face the Reds' Marquis -- who owns a lifetime 4.57 ERA -- Fiers may not need much more than a quality start to notch his first win of 2015.
Carlos Carrasco (Indians): Since the beginning of the 2014 season, the budding ace has posted a 2.57 ERA and a .209 opponents' average across 140 1/3 frames. On Tuesday, the right-hander should have a distinct advantage over Noesi, who has compiled a 5.27 ERA across 68 games (47 starts) since the beginning of 2012.
Jon Niese (Mets): At his pitcher-friendly home park on Tuesday, Niese could be a strong value option against Trevor Cahill and the Braves. The owner of a lifetime 3.47 ERA at Citi Field, the Mets southpaw will face an Atlanta lineup that is light on run-scoring potential. Niese may need little more than a quality start to notch a win over Cahill, who owns a lifetime 4.10 ERA after allowing four earned runs across 2 1/3 frames in his 2015 debut on April 14.
All statistics are accurate through the completion of Sunday's games.