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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For Fanduel – 4/3/17

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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.

What We Will Give You – Daily During The Season

3 – 7 team stacking options ( We are going to draw most of our players from these squads).

Washington Nationals vs Edinson Volquez

Toronto Blue Jays vs Kevin Gausman

Colorado Rockies vs Junior Guerra

Cincinnati Reds vs Jeremy Hellickson

Philadelphia Phillies vs Scott Feldman

3 – 5 Pitching candidates (High level, midlevel and budget).

Noah Syndergaard, ATL @ NYM, $11, 900

Stephen Strasburg, MIA @ WSH, $9700

Jon Gray, COL @ MIL, $8200

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)

Mon Apr 3, 2017 Main Slate (9 Games) ( if you want to avoid the sharps – please head to www.fanpicks.com – and use the PROMO CODE: HELP25  – to start playing against normal players that are just looking to play a few dollars.  Again for picks all day long hit up dailyrotohelp.com).

With a limited schedule for both Sunday Apr 2, 2017 & Monday Apr 3, 2017 – we are running some light DFS lineups, but will really ramp it up beginning Tuesday Apr 4, 2017.

Now here is what we are going to do for today’s MLB DFS FanDuel style.

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For Fanduel – 4/3/17


Sample Lineup 1

P  – Noah Syndergaard, ATL @ NYM, $11, 900

C  –   Christian Vazquez, PIT @ BOS, $2000

1B –  Ryan Zimmerman, MIA @ WSH, $2400

2B –  Daniel Murphy, MIA @ WSH, $3500

3B –  Eugenio Suarez, PHI @ CIN, $2600

SS –  Trea Turner, MIA @ WSH, $3700

OF  – Bryce Harper,  MIA @ WSH, $4500

OF –   Billy Hamilton, PHI @ CIN, $3000

OF –  Hunter Renfroe, SD @ LAD, $2000


$35, 000, 000 ($0 left)


Sample Lineup 2

P  – Stephen Strasburg, MIA @ WSH, $9900

C  – Welington Castillo, TOR @ BAL $2700

1B – Tommy Joseph, PHI @ CIN, $2100

2B – Cesar Hernandez,  PHI @ CIN, $2400

3B – Nolan Arenado, COL @ MIL, $4000

SS – Trevor Story, COL @ MIL, $3600

OF –  Charlie Blackmon, MIA @ COL, $4000

OF – Carlos Gonzalez, MIA @ COL, $4000, $3800

OF –  Michael Saunders, PHI @ CIN, $2500


$34, 800, 000 ($200 left)


Sample Lineup 3

P –  Jon Gray, COL @ MIL – $8200

C  – Russell Martin, TOR @ BAL, $2800

1B –  Ryan Zimmerman, MIA @ WSH, $2400

2B – Daniel Murphy, MIA @ WSH, $3500

3B – Josh Donaldson, TOR @ BAL, $3800

SS – Trevor Story, COL @ MIL, $3600

OF – Bryce Harper,  MIA @ WSH, $4500

OF –  Jose Bautista,  TOR @ BAL, $3500

OF –  Jayson Werth, MIA @ WSH, $2900


$35, 000, 000 ($0 left)


Team Stacks will most likely have 3 – 4 players on each club and is preferred if they are in order of the batting lineup. 

In some case ministacks of 2 – with them back to back in the Batting Order can be used in expensive player picks.  All of these wheeled stacks are 3 rosters of the pitchers combined with the offenses.


Team Stacks Wheeled with Pitchers 3 Rosters for every two team stack combo.

WSH/COL ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

WSH/PHI ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

WSH/CIN ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

WSH/TOR ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

COL/PHI ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

COL/CIN ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

COL/TOR ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

PHI/CIN ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

PHI/TOR ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )

CIN/TOR ( Stephen Strasburg,  Noah Syndergaard Jon Gray, )


These are just 3 of the 30 Lineups we will construct for the night (5 team stacks wheeled x 3 pitchers, in the end, each of the clubs will have 12 STACKED rosters, so each player will be listed 3 –  5 times each on average.  If you like the conventional way of selecting players. we refer you to dailyrotohelp.com (our partner website for a great list of player to select from, that isn’t exclusive to team stacks).  Should you choose to use your own stacks it is easy to workout the wheeled stacks. Take the 1st team you ranked for a stack, and write all of the teams with it.  Once you have completed that, you take  the team to the right in the 1st stack, and run down the right side for all the clubs underneath in the lines.  Each time you complete one club, you go down one line to the far right to follow the same template, until you hit your final two clubs.  Each wheeled 2 team stack will have all pitchers you are going to roster to be combined with it.  We like to use 3, 5, 7 or 9 team stack

If you’re not familiar with the points breakdown, here’s the format utilizing a $35 million salary cap.

Scoring System: https://www.fanduel.com/spring-training?t=lobby

1 Starting Pitcher (SP)

1 Catcher (C)

1 First Baseman (1B)

1 Second Baseman (2B)

1 Third Baseman (3B)

1 Short Stop (SS)

3 Outfielders (OF)

Game Types: https://www.fanduel.com/how-it-works

50-50s


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A big thanks goes out to our ‘Chief Writer/Part Owner’ Hunter Stokes for preparing today’s featured post.

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