Daily Archives: May 14, 2017

Who Owned Baseball May 14, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings


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Jason Kipnis went 4 for 5 with 2 homers and 4 RBI to lead the Indians past surprising Minnesota, 8-3.

Pat Valaika homered twice, driving in 4, as the Rockies out slugged the Dodgers, 9-6.

Alex Meyer struckout 7 Tigers in 6 1/3 innings and allowed only 3 hits, 2 walks and 1 run to earn the 4-1 decision for the Angels.

Adam Wainwright shutout the Cubs for 7 strong innings as the Cardinals rolled, 5-0.

They all owned baseball on May 14, 2017

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MLB DFS Picks for FanDuel and DraftKings – 5/15/17

DailyRotoHelp is back with more mlb dfs analysis for  your 5/15/17 breakdown! 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 (5/15/17): MLB DFS Advice

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Daily Matchups for 5/15/2017


Cash Pitchers

Chris Archer- We suggested Archer 5 days ago against the reeling Royals and he didn’t disappoint (8 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 11 Ks). He comes into tonight’s match-up against a hot-hitting Indians team but he’s been able to hold them pretty well in his career.

Career vs Current Indians Roster

AVG: 0.238 [25 for 105], BABIP: 0.235, K%: 16.0, BB%: 10.1
FIP: 6.10 Groundout: 22 Flyout: 19 Strikeout: 19Single: 12 Walk: 12 Lineout: 7 Double: 7 Pop Out: 7 Home Run: 6 Forceout: 3 Grounded Into DP: 2 Hit By Pitch: 1 Field Error: 1 Sac Bunt: 1

Carlos Carrasco- The pitching slate tonight is quite possibly the worst one I’ve seen all season so far. These first two pitchers are facing each other but Carrasco has had great numbers against the Rays and they are definitely a team that can strike out 8+ times a game. Carrasco is coming into this match-up with a 4-2 record, 1.86 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 46 Ks. He’s also coming off back to back Wins with 13 IP and 12 Ks.

Career vs Current Rays Roster

AVG: 0.224 [17 for 76], BABIP: 0.304, K%: 34.6, BB%: 2.6
FIP: 2.73 Strikeout: 27 Groundout: 12 Single: 10Flyout: 7 Lineout: 5 Grounded Into DP: 4 Double:3 Home Run: 3 Walk: 2 Forceout: 2 Triple: 1 Field Error: 1 Pop Out: 1

Zack Wheeler- This season has been very iffy with taking Mets’ pitchers but I like him in this match-up against the D-Backs. The only problem is it is at Chase Field. He’s actually been able to hold them to a .188 anda  21.1 K% and only a 7.9 BB%.

Career vs Current D-backs Roster

AVG: 0.188 [6 for 32], BABIP: 0.222, K%: 21.1, BB%: 7.9
FIP: 2.35 Groundout: 9 Strikeout: 8 Single: 4 Sac Bunt: 3 Flyout: 3 Forceout: 3 Walk: 3 Double: 2Field Error: 1 Pop Out: 1 Grounded Into DP: 1

GPP (Tournament Pitchers)


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Ed Scott, Pioneering Scout for the Boston Red Sox

Major League Baseball was segregated until 1947, when Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier by joining the Brooklyn Dodgers. Despite that important first step, the trail blazing athlete was not a cure-all and the game only gradually and begrudgingly trudged towards inclusion. The Boston Red Sox were the last big league franchise to integrate, with backup infielder Pumpsie Green’s appearance on their 1959 roster making them the final team to field a black player. The franchise long battled a wretched reputation when it came to race (which persists to this day), and it might have been even worse if it weren’t for the work of Ed Scott.


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