Daily Archives: July 5, 2016
Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner)
One of the biggest blunders made by many gamblers is betting against themselves. We are going to simplify the process, so if you win, you can really win – none of this barely break even nonsense.
Our new Draft Strategy is now here. Please read after the post. You can use our formula for your own wanted and given stacks and pitchers. This process wheels them all in alignment.
Now here is what we are going to do for today’s MLB DFS FanDuel style.
We Will Give You – Daily
3 – 7 team stacking options ( We are going to draw most of our players from these squads).
3 – 5 Pitching candidates (High level, midlevel and budget).
just have to say that Dallas Keuchel, Josh Donaldson, Troy Tulowitzki, Giancarlo Stanton and Rickie Weeks saved our bacon from a sheer butt kicking Tuesday night. Since we used such cheap pitchers, we were able to use Donaldson on 23 rosters out of 63, and liked Stanton so much we placed him on the same amount. Since we had Dallas Keuchel, it made up for longshots Carlos Rodon and Mike Foltynewicz being so poor. We almost broke even on the night.
It is another reason why the formula works. We have the link at the top of every Fanduel Article and this page. You have 30 – 63 Rosters, and you hope 2 – 3 have a chance to win on any night. The more lineups we put in with stacks being wheeled, the more times a unique player comes up on the board with little ownership, that may go off and be the difference in winning a GPP.
We like playing the $1 and $3 Sac Fly contests, because this system is situated for it. @mlbreports
Another rule of thumb is to have 10 or 12 players to have in mind for filling our rosters. 3 – 4 expensive players, 3 – 4 midlevel and 3 -4 bargains, that can be combined with the two team stacks per roster. Use the, as much as you can. If need be check the quick player replace to see how many times you have used a player once you have completed all of your lineups. Read the rest of this entry
P – Michael Pineda (vs. Chicago White Sox): $10,600. Over his last six starts, Pineda has been on fire. In that timespan, he owns a 2.74 ERA and his opponents are only batting .201. He is coming off one of his best starts of the season last time out against the Texas Rangers, in which he struck out 12 batters.
P – Sonny Gray (vs. Minnesota Twins): $5,900. Gray has faired very well against mediocre offensive teams (Rays, Reds, Brewers, Angels), but he has been blown up against elite offensive teams (Pirates, Rangers, Red Sox, Mariners) this season. Luckily, Gray will make the start against a team that has struggled offensively this year on Wednesday. During June, he had a very strong month, posting a 3.23 ERA.
The Kevin Durant signing in the NBA reminded me how close the 2003 Red Sox came to being beloved and members of the 2004 champs were almost obscure.
It is an “Make the right call” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports