Fantasy Baseball Forecaster: Lineup advice for Week 10

Aaron Judge will play his first career games at Oracle Park over the Memorial Day weekend against a San Francisco Giants team that he nearly signed with two years ago. Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

Get those lineups set early, fantasy managers!

The Memorial Day holiday kicks off fantasy baseball's Week 10, with its traditional slate that is heavy on day games. The earliest has a 1:05 p.m. ET scheduled first pitch, and 18 of the 30 teams have games that begin by 5:05 p.m. ET or earlier, so make sure to set your lineups before heading out for your holiday activities.

Eight teams, however, do not play on Monday, and from that group, two are scheduled to play only five times, the Pittsburgh Pirates and Texas Rangers. It's an unusually small number for a week when one-third of all series (10 of 30) are interleague. By comparison, 10 teams are scheduled to play on all seven days. Of those interleague series, seven take place during the May 31-June 2 weekend.

Among the week's highlights: Lou Gehrig Day, celebrated annually on June 2, arrives on Sunday of Week 10.

Chicago Cubs manager Craig Counsell visits Milwaukee -- where he managed for the first nine seasons of his career -- for the first time since leaving the team during the offseason. That's a four-game series beginning on Monday.

Aaron Judge will play his first career games at San Francisco's Oracle Park, where he and his New York Yankees will play during the weekend. Judge, if you recall, nearly signed with the San Francisco Giants during the 2022-23 offseason.