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Daily Archives: July 21, 2016

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 7/22/16

Thank you for taking the time to view my daily fantasy picks. You can find my picks for pitcher for tomorrow and a link that forwards you to the rest of the picks. If you have any questions or comments, please send me a message on Twitter (@dynasty_digest).

P – Trevor Bauer (vs. Baltimore Orioles): $8,900

P – Gerrit Cole (vs. Philadelphia Phillies): $7,400

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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Roster Lineup Picks For FanDuel – 7/22/16

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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). 

If you are looking for daily picks in roster form for DraftKings exclusively, our DK preferred site is dynastydigest.sportsblog.com

If you are looking for more players themselves than stacking options (as oppose to full lineup cards with a lot of advance for both FD/DK, plus the additional website of www.fanpicks.com) – please visit we refer you to dailyrotohelp.com (for player picks all day)

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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For Fanduel, DraftKings, and Fanpicks 7/22/16

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 Daily Matchups for 7/22/2016

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Honestly can see that Bumgarner gets rocked tonight by the Yankees. I’m not going to have much exposure or at least enough exposure to warrant a write up on why I want to use him. He’s given up a .292 BA in 96 ABs and I don’t think you should use him.

Masahiro TanakaHe’s only faced the current Giants’ roster for 6 ABs but Tanaka has been almost lights out for the Yankees lately. They have come out of the All-Star Break winning 7 of their last 11 while the Giants are the exact opposite as they are losing more than winning. I think a lot of people will be looking towards MadBum but we can look elsewhere and save money.

Brandon McCarthyHe could very well be the surprise of the year and the comeback story if we continues his dominance. So far this season McCarthy has pitched 16 innings, he has 2 wins, 22 Ks, a 1.69 ERA and he’s coming off a game against the Diamondbacks where he pitched 6 innings, 8 Ks and 0 ERs. Lifetime against the Cardinals he has held them to a .175 BA (7 for 40) with a 15.9% K-rate, 2.3% walk-rate, 7 strikeouts, 14 groundouts. The Cardinals aren’t the same hitting team and he could go very under-owned tonight.

MID RANGE

Tanner Roark  He’s facing the Padres who struggle against right handed pitching and Roark has been phenomenal as of late. Lifetime against the Pads he’s held them to a .170 BA (9 for 53) with a 21.4% K-Rate with only a 3.6% W-Rate. Roark has struck out 12, gotten 12 groundouts, 8 flyouts, and only given up 1 HR.

Adam Conley–  Conley gets to go up against the Mets who struggle against left-handed pitchers. Conley has done well against the Mets in his career by holding them to a .132 BA (5 for 38) with a 31.7% K-Rate, 4.9% W-Rate. HE will go very under-owned as there are other options and absolutely love him tonight.

Michael Fulmer– He’s having a tremendous year as he’s 9-2 while allowing only 63 hits, 28 walks, 77 Ks with a 2.13 ERA. He’s facing a reeling White Sox team that Fulmer has never seen before. He’s honestly had 1 bad game (19 FP) vs. Seattle back on June 22nd and the rest have been better than that. He’s had back to back 33 FP games and then 63  FP against Tampa on July 1. I won’t be surprised if Fulmer gets 30+ FP again tonight.

VALUE

James PaxtonThere’s a reasono he’s a value play and why he’s only a GPP option. He’s facing the Blue Jays which is a lineup that could scare anyone and that’s what we need from a pitcher as he should go under-owned. Paxton has held the Jays to a .105 BA (2 for 19) with 4 Ks and 4 walks. He’s cheap and could provide that that salary relief we need.

Dan StrailyHe hasn’t faced many of these D-Backs but he has faced 7  of them and struck out 5. Arizona is a weak hitting team and take them out of Chase Field, Straily could be the play of the night.


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Why Our MLB DFS Strategy Is Working On FanDuel

 

We use at least one ace, one midleyvel and one bargain pitcher in Fanduel to create the pyramid scale effect on the positional players. Point blank, the more rosters we couple with the pitchers, the more variations we cover, potentially swaying a top roster for that will cash a high prize. If we connect on our team stacks and pitchers with a high reguarity, nothing should phase us from hitting a prize, as other lineups that go down, will see other come shooting up the other side. We never use the same lineup 2 times in our max entries contests.

We use at least one ace, one midlevel and one bargain pitcher in Fanduel to create the pyramid scale effect on the positional players. Point blank, the more rosters we couple with the pitchers, the more variations we cover, potentially swaying a top roster for that will cash a high prize. If we connect on our team stacks and pitchers with a high reguarity, nothing should phase us from hitting a prize, as other lineups that go down, will see other come shooting up the other side. We never use the same lineup 2 times in our max entries contests.

BY Hugh Hawkins

Our new Draft Strategy For MLB Fanduel 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.

So we have been playing FanDuel with our new formula all year. and have had a profitable year with it.  Our daily posts have seen a lot of increases in views so thanks to all of the readers! MLB Daily Fantasy Sports is without a doubt the toughest thing to win at consistently, even for the best handicappers.

On Tuesday night was just another reason why our system gives a great chance to win a GPP tournament.

We rostered 9 teams to be wheeled in stacks with 4 Starting Pitchers.  We had the max amount of entries permitted in the $1 Sac Fly contest (150).

The best stacks of the night were the Rangers, Angels and Rays, with the pitchers that brought home great efforts being Aaron Sanchez and Jose Quintana.  We had those guys.  Unfortunately we also had a rainout in St. Louis effectively kill 25% of our rosters.

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Have the Mariners Just Given Up On 2016?

The Seattle Mariners are just about in the race for a playoff berth. An improbable 6-5 win over the White Sox in 11 innings last night, after having been down 5-2 in the 7th, leaves the team 6.5 games behind the slumping Rangers in the AL West and 5.5 behind the final Wild Card spot.

For most clubs at this time of the year this would dictate aggressively approaching the trade market in an attempt to force their way into the postseason. Yet with yesterday’s trade between the Mariners and Cubs, with Mike Montgomery heading to Chicago in return for Triple-A slugger Dan Vogelbach, have the Mariners just revealed their hand?

The instant reaction to the trade has been one of quiet satisfaction on both sides, the Cubs got their high-leverage lefty out of the pen without having to pay an astronomical price for Andrew Miller or Aroldis Chapman from the Yankees. Vogelbach also represents good value for the Mariners, offering insurance for a declining Adam Lind and plenty of upside on top of that. Furthermore, Vogelbach’s route to the Majors with the Cubs was blocked by Anthony Rizzo who isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Yet still – has a seemingly even and mutually beneficial swap signaled the Mariners’ intentions that 2016 is not to be their year, thereby positioning themselves as sellers come the deadline on July 31st? To answer this question, 3 factors need to be considered:

  1. Just how good is Mike Montgomery?
  2. Can Dan Vogelbach improve the Mariners this year?
  3. Finally, does the Mariners current record of 48-47 reflect their potential?

To continue reading about how yesterday’s trade impacts the rest of the Mariner’s season, please visit Off The Bench. (Click that last link)

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For Fanduel, DraftKings, and Fanpicks 7/21/16

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This slate is not a very good one. The pitching is not good and it might be for the best to just take a break from DFS and come back strong on Friday. Alas, we will still try to break down some of the plays we like tonight.

 Daily Matchups for 7/21/2016

Pitcher

STUDS

Stephen StrasburgStras comes into tonight 13-0 with a 2.51 ERA along with 114 IP, allowing 80 hits, 33 walks, 138 Ks and a terrific matchup against the Dodgers. Lifetime against them he’s held them to a .193 BA (11 for 57) with a 23.3% K rate, 3.3% W Rate with 14 Ks and no home runs. He comes in at a hefty price but there’s a reason, he’s been dominating.

MID RANGE

Adam WainwrightThere’s not a ton of things to like about this slate but hopefully Waino is one of them. He’s facing a Padres’ team that struggles more against right handed pitchers and Wainwright has held them to a .226 BA (21 for 93) with a 16.8% K Rate. He’s struck out 17 and given up only 2 HRs.

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Julio UriasHe’s getting called up tonight and hasn’t faced the Nats much but he has faced them to a .188 BA (3 for 16). He’s a cheap option and has struck out 6 of the 16 batters he’s faced.

Jerad Eickhoff GPP only. He’s held the Marlins to a .194 BA (7 for 36) with a 17.9% K rate and a 5.1% W Rate. He’s struck out 7 batters and given up only 1 HR. He’s again, only a tournament option.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – July 21, 2016

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Universal Pictures – Amblin’

The Red Sox won, the Giants lost and the Yankees won. My reaction to these events make me state in disbelief like a character in a Spielberg film.

It is a stare up and wonder episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Hanley Ramirez, Jedd Gyorko, Carlos Carrasco, Jeremy Hellickson, Trevor Brown, Melky Cabrera and Justin Verlander all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball yesterday.

See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports

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