Just looking at Yordan Alvarez's splits. Really interesting that last year he struggled against change ups and murdered cutters (from righties and lefties), and whatever he changed to adapt reversed his success such that this year he murdered changeups and struggled on cutters. He's kind of an average (still good) hitter against curves. He hammers low fastballs, and doesn't chase up often.
And then the opposite is true of Kyle Tucker- last year he hit changeups really well, and not as well against breaking balls, This year he hit breaking balls better than change ups.
Based on those trends, the last person you want to see against him is Brogdon. Alvarado's cutter should eat him up, and to the extent that you would trust Robertson, his cutter and curve should play well. He has suppressed numbers against sinkers, so Suarez (and Nola) might play well. Will be interesting to see how Wheeler handles him.
Fun fact, Justin Verlander is 0-6 with a 5.68 era in his career during the world series.