Daily Archives: May 17, 2018
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Justin Turner drove in 5 runs while collecting 3 hits, including a pair of doubles, leading the Dodgers to a much needed 7-0 win over Miami.
Khris Davis went 4 for 4 with a 2 run homer and scored 3 in Oakland’s 10-5 pounding of the Blue Jays.
Kenta Maeda struck out 8 Marlins over 8 innings of 2 hit shutout ball as the Dodgers finally broke their losing streak and blanked the Marlins, 7-0.
David Price took a shutout into the 9th and completed the 6-2 victory for the Red Sox over the Orioles.
They all owned baseball on May 17, 2018
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DraftKings & FanDuel MLB DFS Lineups & Picks for May 18, 2018
We have our MLB DFS 5/18/18 slate for Friday. Like we’ve mentioned numerous times in all of our videos, weather is extremely important at this time of the season, and lineups are constantly changing. Make sure you keep an eye on both, but check back here for updates. We are doing a promo for 50 customers. First 50 to use promo code LIFE99 on the LIFETIME Pass will get $400 off our Lifetime pass! www.dailyrotohelp.com/memberships/
Below is a list of our top MLB DFS pitchers, hitters, and stacks to target in Cash and GPP lineups on DraftKings and FanDuel.
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Best MLB DFS Pitchers for May 18, 2018
Career vs Current Dodgers Roster
AVG: 0.198 [20 for 101], BABIP: 0.265, K%: 28.9, BB%:8.8
FIP: 2.83 Strikeout: 33 Flyout: 17 Groundout: 14 Walk:10 Single: 10 Pop Out: 8 Double: 6 Lineout: 4 Grounded Into DP: 3 Triple: 2 Home Run: 2 Forceout: 1 Field Error: 1 Hit By Pitch: 1 Sac Bunt: 1 Sac Fly: 1
Career vs Current Orioles Roster
AVG: 0.243 [17 for 70], BABIP: 0.327, K%: 26.3, BB%: 7.9
FIP: 2.68 Strikeout: 20 Single: 12 Groundout: 11Lineout: 7 Walk: 6 Flyout: 6 Pop Out: 6 Double: 4 Home Run: 1 Grounded Into DP: 1 Forceout: 1 Field Error: 1
Career vs Current Indians Roster
AVG: 0.097 [3 for 31], BABIP: 0.115, K%: 15.2, BB%: 3.0
FIP: 2.43 Groundout: 17 Strikeout: 5 Single: 3 Lineout:3 Pop Out: 2 Walk: 1 Hit By Pitch: 1 Flyout: 1
Career vs Current Royals Roster
AVG: 0.205 [16 for 78], BABIP: 0.219, K%: 15.7, BB%: 3.6
FIP: 3.65 Groundout: 22 Flyout: 14 Strikeout: 13 Single:7 Double: 6 Grounded Into DP: 4 Walk: 3 Pop Out: 3Home Run: 2 Lineout: 2 Forceout: 2 Field Error: 1 Fan interference: 1 Sac Fly: 1 Double Play: 1 Hit By Pitch: 1
I’ve been a Red Sox fan my whole life. Even when we moved and there was no internet, I still followed them day in and day out.
They are the great sports passion of my life.
But when the Red Sox brought back domestic abuser Steven Wright to the team, it put a knot in my stomach.
Will you take a similar stance as you did with the cubs in 2016?
— TheStartingBloc (@thestartingbloc) May 16, 2018
I took the Cubs and Yankees to task for signing Aroldis Chapman and the Mets for signing Jose Reyes.
Could I take a similar stance for my beloved Red Sox?
It became clear to me that I had to stop following the team as long as he was on the squad.
Baseball punished Robinson Cano for 1/2 a season for PEDs and Steven Wright 15 days for domestic violence.
Something is wrong there and I do not need to support it. I will be watching a LOT of baseball… just not the Red Sox until Wright is gone.
Doing what is right in this episode of Sully Baseball.
While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.