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MLB Reports MLB DFS (FanDuel) Rostered Players Breakdown From Tuesday Nights Entries

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BY Hugh Hawkins

Despite having a poor night at MLB DFS on Tuesday, we did promise you a look at our rostered players for the night.  Again. we had a fantastic beginning to the evening, and things derailed from there.  It happens.  MLB baseball is so unpredictable at times.
 
We have still been on the upside more on the year for this formula than down.  We always have a chance to win a GPP if things break right, and that thrill alone is worth playing our formula.
 
Below listed are the players we used for a 9 team stacked wheel with 4 pitchers.  (we had a shade over 150 entries for the night.)  There a few players like Posey. Wallace and Nava who were placed on a few rosters to round out the 35K dollar limit.
We had for team stacking purposes: BAL/BOS/SEA/TB/ARI/MIL/CHC/HOU and TOR for stacks.  4 clubs did really well (Brewers, Red Sox, M’s  and Jays.) 1 team was alright with the Stros at least hitting 3 HRs.  Arizona was okay at 4 runs. and 3 clubs killed us with the O’s plating only 3 runs. while the Rays scored 2 and Cubs were bageled.
Ervin Santana threw a CG, but his team failed to score for him.  His FPP were not bad at all, as where Marcus Stroman, who held a nice lead before a 3 run HR chased him from a victory.  Even Kyle Hendricks pitched okay.  Steven Wright definitely took a powder at Fenway Park.
 
Unfortunately we did not have any action on the Angels other than Nava, and the Giants/Reds game saw some longballs at AT @ T Park.

The leaderboard was littered with our account, after the Mariners jumped on Francisco Liriano. They were the least owned club that had a good team stack. We just couldn't get them a win from any of our Starters. Other teams like the Angels, Giants and Reds had better outputs to knock a lot of the rosters out. It just as easily could have remained there with a just few hits to stay on top. By playing so many lineups on occassion, it gives plenty of opportunity to win the top prizes with using a ton of different wheeled stack combinations.

The leaderboard was littered with our account, after the Mariners jumped on Francisco Liriano. They were the least owned club that had a good team stack. We just couldn’t get them a win from any of our Starters. Other teams like the Angels, Giants and Reds had better outputs to knock a lot of the rosters out. It just as easily could have remained there with a just few hits to stay on top. By playing so many lineups on occassion, it gives plenty of opportunity to win the top prizes with using a ton of different wheeled stack combinations.

POSITION, PLAYER, # ENTRIES IN 154 LINEUPS/ROSTER $/ AND REPLACEMENT $ AVAILABLE
COPIED AND PASTED FROM THE QUICK PLAYER REPLACEMENT AT 7:05 pm est
OF Adam Jones 16 $3500 $0
SS Addison Russell 11 $2700 $0
SS Adeiny Hechavarria 7 $2100 $0
1B Anthony Rizzo 12 $5100 $0
2B Ben Zobrist 13 $4300 $0
SS Brad Miller 17 $2900 $0
OF Brandon Drury 8 $3200 $100
OF Brandon Guyer 9 $2800 $0
3B Brett Wallace 9 $2100 $0
OF Brock Holt 12 $2700 $0
C Buster Posey 2 $3900 $100
SS Carlos Correa 25 $3400 $0
OF Carlos Gomez 17 $2700 $0
1B Chris Carter 21 $3300 $0
1B Chris Davis 14 $3900 $0
OF Chris Owings 9 $2800 $0
OF Corey Dickerson 9 $3500 $0
1B Dae-ho Lee 22 $2200 $0
OF Daniel Nava 11 $2100 $0
1B David Ortiz 12 $4900 $0
2B Devon Travis 18 $2700 $0
OF Dexter Fowler 18 $3300 $0
2B Dustin Pedroia 19 $3600 $0
1B Edwin Encarnacion 16 $4900 $0
P Ervin Santana 40 $7100 $0
C Evan Gattis 14 $2900 $0
3B Evan Longoria 16 $3800 $0
OF Franklin Gutierrez 21 $3400 $0
OF George Springer 24 $3500 $0
1B Hanley Ramirez 10 $3400 $0
3B Hernan Perez 9 $3800 $0
OF Hyun-soo Kim 13 $3000 $100
SS J.J. Hardy 16 $2500 $0
OF Jackie Bradley 18 $3000 $0
OF Jake Marisnick 7 $2800 $0
OF Jason Heyward 13 $3300 $0
SS Javier Baez 11 $3000 $100
2B Jean Segura 15 $3700 $100
C Jonathan Lucroy 25 $3400 $0
2B Jonathan Schoop 11 $4200 $0
SS Jonathan Villar 22 $4200 $0
2B Jose Altuve 19 $3900 $0
OF Jose Bautista 20 $5000 $0
3B Josh Donaldson 25 $4800 $0
1B Justin Smoak 20 $2800 $0
OF Keon Broxton 13 $2100 $0
OF Kevin Kiermaier 34 $2400 $0
OF Kevin Pillar 31 $2500 $0
3B Kris Bryant 20 $4800 $0
P Kyle Hendricks 36 $9200 $0
3B Kyle Seager 12 $2900 $0
OF Leonys Martin 13 $2700 $0
2B Logan Forsythe 15 $3500 $0
3B Luis Valbuena 17 $3300 $0
C Luke Maile 24 $2000 $0
3B Manny Machado 15 $3900 $0
P Marcus Stroman 40 $7400 $0
OF Mark Trumbo 16 $3200 $0
1B Marwin Gonzalez 15 $3300 $0
C Matt Wieters 25 $3000 $0
OF Michael Bourn 16 $2900 $0
OF Michael Saunders 15 $3900 $0
C Miguel Montero 10 $2600 $0
C Mike Zunino 11 $2200 $0
OF Mookie Betts 15 $4200 $0
OF Nelson Cruz 20 $4100 $0
1B Paul Goldschmidt 22 $4300 $0
3B Pedro Alvarez 10 $2700 $0
2B Philip Gosselin 10 $2000 $100
2B Robinson Cano 22 $3400 $0
C Russell Martin 14 $3100 $0
OF Ryan Braun 21 $4500 $0
C Sandy Leon 11 $2800 $0
2B Scooter Gennett 11 $3600 $0
OF Shawn O’Malley 24 $2300 $0
OF Steve Pearce 7 $3200 $0
P Steven Wright 38 $9700 $0
2B Tommy La Stella 13 $2400 $100
3B Travis Shaw 21 $3500 $0
SS Troy Tulowitzki 25 $2800 $0
C Welington Castillo 18 $3000 $0
SS Xander Bogaerts 23 $3400 $0
OF Yasmany Tomas 12 $3100 $0
We have nights where we definitely lose and can’t pick our noses, but we have some slates where we have been on fire.  Heck, if you can break even at this sport that is saying something after only 85% of the cash is actually returned back to the bettors once wagered.
Last Tuesday’s End Result (7/21/16)

Our Tuesday night's results looked a lot like a pyramid. We had several teams finish in the top 200 in addition to the 6th place roster. It takes time and dedication to implement 150 different rosters based on team stacks and pitchers, but it is nights like this where the payoff is justified for the time spent.

Last Night (7/28/16) at the midpoint – Sadly it would not be a good evening by the end, but it is all a numbers game, and our system works over time.
It is not foreign to think this could be the end result of the night and not just the midway point. We have won a couple of big tourneys in our day, and have sniffed all around the top for the last several weeks. While we don't play 150 rosters every night. it is exciting on the days we do. The system can also produce quality lineups for 9,21 30, 63 and 105 roster entries based on team stacks and pitchers. Doing all of your favorite stacks wheeled with pitchers is like finishing tough Sudoku Puzzles.

It is not foreign to think this could be the end result of the night and not just the midway point. We have won a couple of big tourneys in our day, and have sniffed all around the top for the last several weeks. While we don’t play 150 rosters every night. it is exciting on the days we do. The system can also produce quality lineups for 9,21 30, 63 and 105 roster entries based on team stacks and pitchers and whatever tournament we enter.. Doing all of your favorite stacks wheeled with pitchers is like finishing out  tough Sudoku Puzzles with variations.

3rd night of the MLB season and 1st time with the formula
Another example of the success we have implementing the system since the start of the year. As we grow from winnings, and year to year, we will go to higher dollar limits (provided they work with our max entries we need.(

Another example of the success we have implementing the system since the start of the year. As we grow from winnings, and year to year, we will go to higher dollar limits (provided they work with our max entries we need.)

*** The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of mlbreports.com and their partners***

The Rookie Bookie

A big thanks goes out to Hugh Hawkins for preparing today’s featured post, and for graciously donating his book cover art for the new backdrop of our website.  Hugh is a professional handicapper who has won more than 6 figures in contests over the last decade, and ran a gambling ring as a teenager.  While ‘new’ to DFS for MLB Baseball, the concepts used on the formula from wheeling scenarios in other contests – have translated well thus far.

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