Daily Archives: April 13, 2017
What we consider to be good and bad used to be objective in baseball. But was it ever really?
Plus I remember the 2006 in the Teams that Should Have Won series.
Less objectivity and more subjectivity on this episode of Sully Baseball.
We’ve got 15 games on this 4/14/17 slate of MLB DFS slate. It seems every ACE is on the mound as well tonight. Let’s take a look at some plays we like in the form of Top and Value Pitching, Value bats, and some Top BVP plays to go along with some pitchers we think you should avoid today as well.
Fanduel Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (4/14/17): MLB DFS Advice
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Daily Matchups for 4/14/2017
Career vs Current Pirates Roster
AVG: 0.238 [25 for 105], BABIP: 0.303, K%: 24.8, BB%: 3.7
FIP: 2.59 Groundout: 27 Strikeout: 27Single: 17 Flyout: 10 Double: 6 Forceout: 5Pop Out: 5 Walk: 4 Lineout: 3 Home Run: 2Field Error: 2 Double Play: 1
Career vs Current Phillies Roster
AVG: 0.216 [24 for 111], BABIP: 0.314, K%: 33.9, BB%: 6.6
FIP: 2.10 Strikeout: 41 Groundout: 19Single: 16 Pop Out: 9 Walk: 8 Lineout: 8Double: 6 Flyout: 6 Sac Bunt: 2 Home Run:2 Field Error: 1 Forceout: 1 Grounded Into DP: 1 Bunt Groundout: 1
Career vs Current Cardinals Roster
AVG: 0.500 [1 for 2], BABIP: 0.500, K%: 0.0, BB%: 0.0
FIP: 3.20 Flyout: 1 Single: 1
Career vs Current Marlins Roster
AVG: 0.245 [25 for 102], BABIP: 0.349, K%: 34.5, BB%: 3.6
FIP: 2.21 Strikeout: 38 Groundout: 22Single: 13 Double: 9 Flyout: 6 Forceout: 5Walk: 4 Lineout: 3 Home Run: 3 Pop Out: 2Hit By Pitch: 2 Field Error: 1 Sac Bunt: 1Sac Fly: 1
Other Stud Pitchers: Clayton Kershaw, Chris Archer, Johnny Cueto
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Another day of stud loaded stand out performances continues as Jeimer Candelario logs his third five-RBI game of this short season. Brent Honeywell also continued to show why he is one of the best pitching prospects in baseball with another scoreless outing logging eight strikeouts in seven innings pitched. Lastly, Juan Soto and Albert Abreu continue to enamor scouts and fans with their enormous raw potential lower in the minors and adding fuel to the hype that follows both of them.
Player of the Day
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The Cubs’ farm is loaded with good hitting prospects and Jeimer Candelario is one of their best hitting prospects. Candelario is only still in the minors because there isn’t a position for him on the Major-league team where he can see regular at-bats and tap into his potential. The left-handed third baseman picked up his third five-RBI game of the young season. The key to his success has come from his coaches stressing him on being more aggressive at the plate especially with runners in scoring position. Swinging early in his at-bats has helped him collected 15 RBI so far and hitting to the tune of .370. His Double-A hitting coach last year Desi Wilson, mentioned that he can see the difference from last year to this year, before he was starting his at bats 0-1 or 0-2 which made it harder for him get a pitch to hit. Last night he hit a triple showcasing his nice line drive swing into the gap of the outfield.
Since joining the Cubs organization in 2010, Candelario’s development has been a roller coaster having superb seasons and then struggling for extended periods. The inconsistency has lead to having to repeat both High A and Double A. Now that he is showcasing a maturity that has produced consistency the Cubs should be trying to find a position for him.