Daily Archives: June 7, 2017
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For this daily fantasy baseball season, each day we’ll be writing up a group of pitchers and hitters that we’re considering for our cash and GPP lineups on DraftKings and FanDuel. We’ll also provide a list of stacks to consider. As with any DFS sport, the advice below is relevant for fantasy purposes. A player or team might be better or worse from a fantasy perspective than they are in real life due to match-up, price, park factor, etc. This is important when constructing a roster.
One thing to remember outside of making sure your guy is in the lineup, is to always check the weather. Always. Make this something that is part of your basic research. Baseball games can get postponed! Your players receive no points from postponed games!
Fanduel Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (6/8/17): MLB DFS Advice
DraftKings Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (6/8/17): MLB DFS Advice
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MLB DFS Picks for 6/8/2017
Career vs Current Angels Roster
AVG: 0.208 [5 for 24], BABIP: 0.238, K%: 11.5, BB%: 7.7
FIP: 3.20 Lineout: 6 Single: 5Groundout: 4 Flyout: 4 Strikeout:3 Pop Out: 2 Walk: 1 Intent Walk:1
Career vs Current Brewers Roster
AVG: 0.208 [5 for 24], BABIP: 0.357, K%: 37.9, BB%: 13.8
FIP: 1.56 Strikeout: 11 Groundout:5 Walk: 4 Single: 3 Double: 2Lineout: 1 Sac Bunt: 1 Flyout: 1Fielders Choice Out: 1
Lance McCullers Jr.
Career vs Current Royals Roster
AVG: 0.224 [11 for 49], BABIP: 0.219, K%: 24.5, BB%: 3.8
FIP: 5.82 Strikeout: 13 Groundout:7 Single: 6 Lineout: 6 Pop Out: 5Flyout: 4 Home Run: 4 Forceout:3 Hit By Pitch: 2 Walk: 2 Double: 1
GPP (Tournament Pitchers)
Career vs Current Padres Roster
AVG: 0.280 [21 for 75], BABIP: 0.396, K%: 32.1, BB%: 3.8
FIP: 2.37 Strikeout: 25 Single:16 Groundout: 14 Lineout: 6Flyout: 5 Double: 3 Pop Out: 3Walk: 3 Home Run: 2Grounded Into DP: 1
Career vs Current Red Sox Roster
AVG: 0.302 [32 for 106], BABIP: 0.342, K%: 19.3, BB%: 6.1
FIP: 4.94 Groundout: 23Strikeout: 22 Single: 16 Flyout:15 Double: 9 Walk: 7 Lineout: 6Home Run: 5 Grounded Into DP: 4 Pop Out: 3 Triple: 1 Fan interference: 1 Hit By Pitch: 1Forceout: 1
MLB DFS Picks for
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The Milwaukee Brewers have drastically shifted from a bleak future with an aging roster and little farm depth two years ago to the vibrant, up-and-coming, scrappy squad we see before us. They’re in the playoff hunt a year or two earlier than anyone anticipated, including their young general manager David Stearns.
Stearns has been at the helm of this organization since September of 2015 and was just 28-years old at the time of his hiring. Since, he’s taken this small-market franchise from forgettably adequate (and old) to a pugnacious and fun to watch bunch. He’s made some savvy personnel decisions that have primed this farm system to be 10 solid prospects deep with intriguing young pieces lurking toward the bottom of this tools-laden list.
The pieces of value that he’s inherited, he’s made the most of. The Jonathon Lucroy-Jeremy Jeffress trade harvested a plethora of promising players for a organization that needed some top-tier talent to sit atop a system that was lacking star power potential. This past winter’s deal, moving effective reliever Tyler Thornburg to Boston for young shortstop Mauricio Dubon and serviceable Major League third baseman Travis Shaw, was yet another fantastic, valuable trade that Stearns can notch under his belt.
A fine draft, some deft trades, and a bit of luck has the Brewers in a nice position for a team that needs to contend utilizing one of the league’s smallest payrolls.
Today is a special day in Milwaukee Brewers history for two reasons. On this day in 1977, the Brewers drafted a young kid name Paul Molitor. A 21 year old righty pitcher named Lary Sorensen also made his debut for the Crew that day. Since I think we all know how that thing with Molitor turned out, this week on the blog I’m focusing on Lary Sorensen’s callup to the majors and time in a Brewers uniform.
Scooter Gennett had the game of his life, going 5 for 5 and matching the MLB single game record of 4 home runs, driving in 10 runs along the way, to lead Cincinnati in a 13-1 dismantling of the Cardinals.
Max Scherzer dominated the Dodgers, throwing 7 innings, allowing no earned runs, 3 hits and 14 strikeouts to earn the 2-1 victory for Washington.
Mike Moustakas went 4 for 5, homered and drove in 3 as the Royals came from behind to beat the Astros, 9-7.
Jesse Hahn allowed 1 unearned run while scattering 7 hits and a walk over 6 innings to get the 4-1 win for the A’s over the Blue Jays.
They all owned baseball on June 6, 2017
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