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MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 4/26/21

By MLB Reports

DraftKings has an awesome new game option called “Tiers”, It lets you select all your players without any salary cap per position all.  Instead, you pick one batter from 6 different boxes to choose from – in which 4 – 9 players appear per tier.  This is a great new contest selection for those who hate having to value shop 2 pitchers and all positions from 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, C and 3 OF positions.

Here is the strategy we are using for gameplay every niight.  The reason why we wheel all of our players with the other players in our lists is to maximize our chance to win a GPP.

We pick two players on every single ticket and then wheel the other four tiers with 2 players we like each.  We designate one player we like the best as the home team and the 2nd seed goes as the visitor.

We play all the contests that have 20 roster limits.  Obviously we don’t go crazy because we are playing so many different combinations.  If we go for $2  – 5 value each per roster,  we will play $32 – $80 a night.

Here are the contests we like playing.  All of them are MLB Tiers

Dimetime contest.  20 rosters x $0.10 = ($2.00) – we will enter 2 – 3 tournaments

Quarter Jukebox. 20 Rosters x $0.25 = ($5.00)

MLB Solo Shot.  20 Rosters x $1.00 = ($20.00)

MLB Tablesetter.  4 rosters x $2.00 ($8.00)

MLB Four Seamer 2 rosters x 4.00 ($8.00)

MLB Tiers Booster 10 TOP 3 win $20.  3 Rosters x $2.00 ($6.00)

You can determine how much you want to bet.  I start off on the lower end each time after a big win.

If you were to take Trout and Acuna on all tickets here is how you wheel 16 rosters.

say tiers 3 you pick Story as your 1 seed (H) and McMahon as your 2 seed (V), Tiers 4 you pick Hoskins as your 1 seed (H) and Tatis Jr. and your 2 seed (V).  Tier 5 has Adam Eaton as the 1 seed (H) and Travis d’Arnaud as the 2 seed (V), with the 6th tier being Yoan Moncada as the 1 seed and Ozzie Albies as the 2 seed (V)

Sample

MLB Daily Fantasy Baseball Picks For DraftKings 4/23/21

16 rosters will get entered each in the .10, dimetime (20x .10 =$2.00) , quarter jukebox 0.25 (20 x $0.25 = $5.00) and MLB solo shot at $1 per (20 X $1.00 = $20.00)
Go to mlb click icon. game format is MLB Tiers.


20 rosters is the max for each contest so you can play 4 of your own rosters. 


Best way to do this is to enter the .10 contest and create a roster for each of the following then enter it into the other 2.


7:10 pm EST slate 12 games


Abreu and Alonso on every ticket.


#1, J.Martinez, Merrifield, Correa and Lowrie
#2, J.Martinez, Merrifield, Correa and Chapman
#3, J.Martinez, Merrifield, Albies and Chapman
#4, J.Martinez, Perez, Albies and Chapman
#5 J.Martinez, Perez, Albies and Lowrie
#6, J.Martinez, Perez, Correa and Chapman
#7, J.Martinez, Perez, Correa and Lowrie
#8, J.Martinez, Lindor, Albies and Lowrie

#9, Buxton, Merrifield, Correa and Lowrie
#10. Buxton, Merrifield, Correa and Chapman
#11. Buxton, Merrifield, Albies and Chapman
#12. Buxton, Perez, Albies and Chapman
#13. Buxton, Perez, Albies and Lowrie
#14, Buxton, Perez, Correa and Chapman
#15. Buxton, Perez, Correa and Lowrie
#16, Buxton, Lindor, Albies and Lowrie

Other 4 rosters up to you good luck.  Contest fees equal $27 USD. Don’t like my players, substitute your own names: We are going against the grain of the Coor Field Lineup

What happens when your players all click?

Here is what happens when the players connect..

Other 4 rosters up to you good luck.  Contest fees equal $2

MLB Daily Fantasy Baseball Picks For DraftKings 4/22/21

16 rosters will get entered each in the .10, dimetime (20x .10 =$2.00) , quarter jukebox 0.25 (20 x $0.25) and MLB solo shot at $1 per (20 X $1.00 = $20.00)
Go to mlb click icon.  game format is MLB Tiers.


20 rosters is the max for each contest so you can play 4 of your own rosters. 


Best way to do this is to enter the .10 contest and create a roster for each of the following then enter it into the other 2.

7:10 pm EST slate 5 games


Trout and Alonso on every ticket.


#1, J.Martinez, Lindor, Bryant and Tucker
#2, J.Martinez, Lindor, Bryant and Longoria
#3, J.Martinez, Lindor, Baez and Longoria
#4, J.Martinez, Bregman, Baez and Longoria
#5 J.Martinez, Bregman, Baez and Tucker
#6, J.Martinez, Bregman, Bryant and Longoria
#7, J.Martinez, Bregman, Bryant and Tucker
#8, J.Martinez, Lindor, Baez and Tucker

#9,  Devers, Lindor, Bryant and Tucker
#10. Devers, Lindor, Bryant and Longoria
#11. Devers, Lindor, Baez and Longoria
#12, Devers, Bregman, Baez and Longoria
#13 Devers, Bregman, Baez and Tucker
#14 Devers, Bregman, Bryant and Longoria
#15, Devers, Bregman, Bryant and Tucker
#16, Devers, Lindor, Baez and Tucker

Other 4 rosters up to you good luck.  Contest fees equal $27 USD. Don’t like my players, substitute your own names,

What happens when your players all click?

Here is what happens when the players connect..

Other 4 rosters up to you good luck.  Contest fees equal $27 USD

MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 4/21/20

play each of the following contests after signing up,
16 rosters will get entered each in the .10, dimetime, quarter jukebox 0.25 and MLB solo shot and $1 per
Go to mlb click icon.

Game format is MLB Tiers,


20 rosters is the max for each contest so you can play 4 of your own rosters. 


Best way to do this is to enter the .10 contest and create a roster for each of the following then enter it into the other 2..
3:10 pm pst slate 7 games
Stanton and Alonso on every ticket.
#1, J.Martinez, Bogaerts, Naquin and Bryant
#2, J.Martinez, Bogaerts, Naquin and Lindor
#3, J.Martinez, Bogaerts, Merrifield and Lindor
#4, J.Martinez, Judge, Merrifield and Lindor
#5 J.Martinez, Judge,, Naquin and Bryant
#6, J.Martinez, Judge, Merrifield and Bryant
#7, J.Martinez, Judge, Naquin and Lindor
#8, J.Martinez, Bogaerts, Merrifield and Bryant

#9 Guerrero, Bogaerts, Naquin and Bryant
#10. Guerrero, Bogaerts, Naquin and Lindor
#11, Guerrerp, Bogaerts, Merrifield and Lindor
#12 Guerero,, Judge, Merrifield and Lindor
#13., Guerreo, Judge,, Naquin and Bryant
#14, Guerrero,,Judge, Merrifield and Bryant
#15. Guerrero, Judge, Naquin and Lindor
#16.  Guerrero, Bogaerts, Merrifield and Bryant


Other 4 rosters up to you good luck.  Contest fees equal $27 USD. Don’t like my players, substitute your own names,

What happens when your players all click.

MLB DFS Picks For 4/20/21

Hello DFS fans,

Over the next 5 months we are going to teach ya how to win at DFS.

The game of choice right now for us is MLB Tiers on DraftKIngs. There is no salary cap – or pitchers involved so you can just play offensive players in each bracket.

Play all these contests in The format MLB tiers under game format (not classic or showdown or head vs head)
Put one of these exact rosters on each of the contests once $1.35 per roster over the three contests – after you enter a roster in a contest it will walk you if you want other contests with same lineup.  All you have to do is click the contest to enter.

Play the .10 dimetime contest -20 rosters – $2

play the .25 quarter jukebox – 20 entries – $5

Play the MLB solo shot – $1 – 20 entries – $20


You can also play the $2 MLB Tablesetter (4 rosters max) for your rosters if you want to.


Coors field exclusive of course 


Harper and Alonso on every ticket


#1 Harper, Alonso, Guerrero, Story, Blackmon and Bryant 

#2, Harper, Alonso, Guerrero, Story, Blackmon and Lindor

#3, Harper, Alonso, Guerrero, McMahon, Correa and Lindor

#4, Harper, Alonso, Guerrero, Story. Correa and Lindor 

#5, Harper, Alonso, Guerrero. Story, Correa and Bryant 

#6, Harper, Alonso, Guerrero, McMahon, Blackmon and Bryant 

#7, Harper, Alonso, Guerrero, McMahon, Blackmon and Lindor 

#8, Harper, Alonso, Guerrero, McMahon, Correa and Bryant


#9. Harper, Alonso, Turner , Story, Blackmon and Bryant 

#10, Harper, Alonso, Turner, Story, Blackmon and Lindor

#11 Harper, Alonso, Turner, McMahon, Correa and Lindor

#12 Harper, Alonso, Turner , Story. Correa and Lindor 

#13 Harper, Alonso, Turner . Story, Correa and Bryant 

14, Harper, Alonso, Turner , McMahon, Blackmon and Bryant 

#15 Harper, Alonso, Turner , McMahon, Blackmon and Lindor 

#16, Harper, Alonso, Turner, McMahon, Correa and Bryant

Four other rosters are random (usually switch out a every ticket guy like Harper and Alonso here)


Good luck.

Here is what happens when the players click,

MLB DFS Picks For 4/19/21

Hello DFS fans,

Over the next 5 months we are going to teach ya how to win at DFS.

The game of choice right now for us is MLB Tiers on DraftKIngs. There is no salary cap – or pitchers involved so you can just play offensive players in each bracket.

Of course we will wheel all players we pick with each other to maximize results if our guys light it up.

Here is a lineup that has Harper and Ohtani on all picks and wheels the other 4 tiers.

Harper and Ohtani on every ticket
#1 Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Turner, Goldschmidt and Gallo

#2, Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Turner, Goldschmidt and Hoskins

#3, Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Turner, Arozarena and Hoskins

#4, Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Arenado, Arozarena and Hoskins,

#5, Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Arenado, Arozarena and Gallo,

#6, Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Arenado, Goldschmidt and Gallo,

#7, Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Turner, Arozarena and Gallo

#8, Harper, Ohtani, Trout, Arenado, Goldschmidt and Hoskins

#9 Harper, Ohtani, Betts, Turner, Goldschmidt and Gallo

#10, Harper, Ohtani,Betts, Turner, Goldschmidt and Hoskins

#11, Harper, Ohtani, Betts Turner, Arozarena and Hoskins

#12, Harper, Ohtani, Betts, Arenado, Arozarena and Hoskins,

#13, Harper, Ohtani, Betts, Arenado, Arozarena and Gallo,

#14, Harper, Ohtani, Betts, Arenado, Goldschmidt and Gallo,

#15, Harper, Ohtani, Betts, Turner, Arozarena and Gallo

#16, Harper, Ohtani, Betts Arenado, Goldschmidt and Hoskins

We play the the Dimetime, Quarter Jukebox, The Solo shot (all max entries) and also the MLB Tablesetter ($2)

Good luck. If you don’t like our selections – pick your own and substitute the name

This is what you can expect to see happen if your players play well

Opening Day Picks

Grab 16 friends (along with yourself and play the $200K opening Day MLB Slate)


The 11 games I picked where I put a sure winner were the following…


TOR @ NYY: Yankees on every scenario

CLE @ DET: Indians on every scenario

BAL @ BOS: Red Sox on every scenario

PIT @ CHC: Cubs on every scenario

LAD @ COL: Dodgers on every scenario

ARI @ SD: Padres on every scenario

STL @ CIN: Cardinals on every scenario

TB @ MIA: Rays on every scenario

NYM @ WSH: Mets on every scenario

CWS @ LAA: White Sox on every scenario

SF @ SEA: Giants on every scenario.


4 games wheeled to go with 11 sure fire winners. If you are perfect early on the day, can always hedge bet with the Mariners (Real betting money. Only game wasn’t certain on for the sure)

MIN @ MIL


ATL @ PHI

TEX @ KC

HOU @ OAK


16 scenarios(this covers so that one of the 16 entries will go 4/4 here


#1 MIN/ATL/TEX/HOU

#2 MIN/ATL/TEX/OAK

#3 MIN/ATL/KC/OAK

#4 MIN/PHI/KC/OAK

#5 MIN/PHI/TEX/OAK

#6 MIN/ATL/KC/HOU

#7 MIN/PHI/KC/HOU

#8 MIN/PHI/TEX/HOU

#9 MIL/PHI/KC/HOU

#10 MIL/PHI/KC/OAK

#11 MIL/PHI/TEX/HOU

#12 MIL/ATL/TEX/HOU

#13 MIL/PHI/TEX/OAK

#14 MIL/ATL/KC/HOU

#15 MIL/ATL/TEX/OAK

#16 MIL/ATL/KC/OAK

If the top 11 sure fire winners pan out – one of my friends will go 15/15 in the selection. We wheeled the four other games we were not sure about.

We did bet to go 8/11 on our sure fire picks in a parlay on http://www.bet365.com, so if are even close to having a great prediction day we will profit!

DraftKings (DFS) Daily Roster Lineups For Monday May 20, 2019

By MLB Reports

DraftKings has an awesome new game option called “Tiers”, It lets you select all your players without any salary cap per position all.  Instead, you pick one batter from 6 different boxes to choose from – in which 4 – 9 players appear per tier.  This is a great new contest selection for those who hate having to value shop 2 pitchers and all positions from 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, C and 3 OF positions.

Here is the strategy we are using for gameplay tonight.  The reason why we wheel all of our players with the other players in our lists is to maximize our chance to win a GPP

For every tier, we are ranking the top two players from each.  We will then wheel all of those players with each other for 16 – 64 total scenarios.  The key is to wheel all scenarios and then if a contest doesn’t fill the quota – you find a few other contests to do so.  

Today we are entering 37 rosters with a $5 entry fee (37 Max Rosters GPP, we will own 1.95% of the rosters.) into the Knuckleball tournament in which there are 1902 players – with a prize payout of $8K.

Mike Trout of Tier #1 will be implored on every single roster for the 1st 32.  Since we have 5 more rosters to play with we will put Alex Bregman into our best 5 lineups (free of Trout but with the others). Read the rest of this entry

DraftKings Results (DFS) For Sat May 18, 2019: A Great Case Study On A Profitable Night

We Played in the Tiers main slate from 4:15 PM Sat May 18, 2019.  Here are the actual fantasy points from last night.  Highlighted in Maroon are our players we wheeled yesterday.

Tier 1

Mike Trout, LAA – H (22 PTS)

Christian Yelich, MIL – V  (2 PTS)

Alex Bregman, HOU – Not Using (13 PTS)

George Springer, HOU – Not using (12 PTS)

Tier 2

Michael Brantley, HOU – H (15 PTS)

Josh Bell, PIT – V (37 PTS)

J.D. Martinez, BOS – Not Using (4 PTS)

Carlos Correa, HOU – Not Using (9 PTS) Read the rest of this entry

DraftKings Daily Lineups For Sat May 18 2019

 

By MLB Reports

DraftKings has an awesome new game option called “Tiers”, It lets you select all your players without any salary cap per position all.  Instead, you pick one batter from 6 different boxes to choose from – in which 4 – 9 players appear per tier.  This is a great new contest selection for those who hate having to value shop 2 pitchers and all positions from 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, C and 3 OF positions.

Just select the Game Mode “Tiers” in the Lobby

Here is the strategy we are using for gameplay tonight.  The reason why we wheel all of our players with the other players in our lists is to maximize our chance to win a GPP

For every tier, we are ranking the top two players from each.  We will then wheel all of those players with each other for 16 – 64 total scenarios.  The key is to wheel all scenarios and then if a contest doesn’t fill the quota – you find a few other contests to do so.  

Today we are wheeling 2 different players per tier – except for Tier 4 where we are using Manny Machado on every roster – which will give us 32 different rosters. Mike Trout, Christian YelichMichael BrantleyFreddie Freeman, Jorge PolancoAdalberto Mondesi, Mike Moustakas, Ronald Acuna Jr. are the players we are using tonight along with Machado.

We are playing in the 1189 entry contest called the Knuckleball for $5 per roster.  32 entries in total.

Read the rest of this entry

DraftKings Daily Lineups For May 17 2019

By MLB Reports

DraftKings has an awesome new game option called “Tiers”, It lets you select all your players without any salary cap per position all.  Instead, you pick one batter from 6 different boxes to choose from – in which 4 – 9 players appear per tier.  This is a great new contest selection for those who hate having to value shop 2 pitchers and all positions from 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, C and 3 OF positions.

Here is the strategy we are using for gameplay tonight.

For every tier, we are ranking the top two players from each.  We will then wheel all of those players with each other for 16 – 64 total scenarios.  The key is to wheel all scenarios and then if a contest doesn’t fill the quota – you find a few other contests to do so.  

Today we are wheeling 2 different players per tier – which will give us 64 different rosters.  49 of those scenarios will go the $5 Knuckleball contest where there are 1664 rosters in play ($7K in prizes).  For Roster #50 we will use our top roster and enter the $12 Single Entry that has 98 rosters for players and $1K.

For rosters 51 – 54 we will enter the Solo Shot contest.  We were allowed 20 entries (so we will use 4 roster trains x5 $1).

For Roster 55 we used a 20 roster train of the same lineup for the Quarter Jukebox where there were 3567 other entrants, There is 3K in the prize pool.

For Rosters 56 – 58 we will use the $2 Tablesetter contest for 7 entries.  Roster trains of 2 for 2 rosters and 3 for the other one.

For Roster 59 we will enter a 6 player winner take all contest for $10.

For Roster 60 we enter a 6 player $5 contest with the top 2 being paid.

For Roster 61 we are part of a $5 contest 20 player field with top 4 being paid.

For Roster 62 we are in a 10x booster for 40 players and the top 3 win $20 ($2 entry fee)

For Rosters 63 and 64 we are in two separate $5 entries that pays the top 9 out of 30 entrants win $15.

Of course, you can use your own 2 players per each tier.  Rank them 1 and 2 and then assign them Home (H) for 1 and V (V) Visitor for 2.  Simply use our 64 wheeled scenarios and match them up with our master list for 64 scenarios

Christian Yelich, George Springer, Nolan Arenado, Alex BregmanGary Sanchez, Rhys Hoskins, Joey Gallo, Paul DeJongMarcell Ozuna, Trey Mancini, Paul Goldschmidt and Freddie Freeman are the players we are using tonight.

 

Tier 1

1 Christian Yelich, –  MIL – H

2 George Springer, HOU – V

3 Cody Bellinger, LA – Not Using

4 Charlie Blackmon, COL – Not using Read the rest of this entry

DraftKings Daily Lineups For May 15, 2019

By MLB Reports

DraftKings has an awesome new game option called “Tiers” in contests, It lets you select all your players without any salary cap per position all.  Instead, you pick one batter from 6 different boxes to choose from – in which 4 – 9 players appear per tier.  This is a great new contest selection for those who hate having to value shop 2 pitchers and all positions from 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, C and 3 OF positions.

Here is the strategy we are using for gameplay tonight.

For every tier, we are ranking the top two players from each.  We will then wheel all of those players with each other for 64 total scenarios.

57 of those scenarios will go to the $5 Knuckleball contest where there are 1902 rosters in play ($8K in prizes).  We will have 3% of the rosters entered. 

We then will use a 20 roster train (all rosters the same)/7134 entries in the $1.5K prize pool for 25 cents entry fee each in order to arrive at $5 value. 

We will then enter 20 entries in the Solo Shot contest out of the 3567 rosters and use roster trains of 5 for four different teams and that assesses our roster scenarios of 59 – 62 all to garner $5 value of each. 

For Roster 63 we will enter the $2 Tablesetter for 4 entries ($8 total) and this will be our 2nd best roster.  Rosters 63 & 64 are always a little bigger bet.

For Roster #64  we will enter the single entry $1k Base Hit – competing against 97 other players with a cost of a $12 bet.  This will be our best roster available. Always to be HHHHHH in our 6 scenario roster wheel.  

Of course, you can use your own 2 players per each tier.  Rank them 1 and 2 and then assign them Home (H) for 1 and V (V) Visitor for 2.  Simply use our 64 wheeled scenarios and match them up with our master list for 64 scenarios.  The 1 ranked player is always H’s and the 2nd ranked player for you is always the V’s.

$330 is what we have riding on the festivities. We have 12 out of the 36 players playing tonight.  

Players we have tonight:

Christian Yelich, George Springer, Javier Baez, Nolan Arenado, Rhys Hoskins, Trevor Story, Paul DeJong, Adalberto Mondesi, Whit Merrifield, Mookie Betts, J.D. Martinez and Rafael Devers.

Tier 1

1 Christian Yelich, –  MIL – H

2 George Springer, HOU – V

3 Austin Meadows, TB – Not using

4 Charlie Blackmon, COL – Not using

Tier 2

1 Javier Baez, CHC – H

2 Nolan Arenado, COL – V

3 Kris Bryant, CHC – Not using

4 Joey Gallo, TEX – Not using

5 Michael Brantley, HOU – Not using

Tier 3

1 Rhys Hoskins, PHI – H

2 Trevor Story, COL – V

3 Alex Bregman, HOU – Not Using

4 Hunter Pence, TEX – Not Using,

5 Elvis Andrus, TEX – DTD injured so don’t use

6 Willson Contreras, CHC, Not in the starting lineup

Tier 4

1 Paul DeJong, STL – H

2 Adalberto Mondesi, KC – V

3 Pete Alonso, NYM – Not Using.

4 Danny Santana, TEX – Not Using

5 Freddie Freeman, ATL – Not Using

6 Yandy Diaz, TB – Not Using

7. Eugenio Suarez, CIN – Not Using

Tier 5

1 Whit Merrifield, KC – H

2 Mookie Betts, BOS – V

3 Anthony Rendon, WSH – Not Using

4 Carlos Correa, HOU – Not Using

5 Mitch Moreland, BOS –  Not Using

6 Avisail Garcia, TB – Not Using

7 Ronald Acuna JR. ,  ATL – Not Using

8 Shin-Soo Choo, TEX – Not Using

Tier 6

1 J.D. Martinez, BOS – H

2 Rafael Devers, BOS – V

3 Michael Chavis, BOS – Not Using

4 Alex Gordon, KC – Not Using

5 Hunter Dozier, KC – Not Using

6. Michael Conforto, NYM – Not Using

7 Juan Soto, WSH – Not Using

8.  Tommy Pham, TB – Not Using

Key.  Top Players

Home Players

Christian Yelich (1st Position H)

Javier Baez (2nd Position H)

Rhys Hoskins (3rd Position H)

Paul DeJong (4th Position H)

Whit Merrifield (5th Position H)

J.D. Martinez (6th Position H)

Visitor Players

George Springer (1st Position V)

Nolan Arenado (2nd Position V)

Trevor Story (3rd Position V)

Adalberto Mondesi (4th Position V)

Mookie Betts (5th Position V)

Rafael Devers (6th Position V)

 

Results – Scenarios – print off and x off as you do the scenarios

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2. HHHHVH

3. HHHHHV

4. HHHHHH

5. HHHVVV

6. HHHVVH

7. HHHVHH

8. HHHVHV

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11. HHVVVV

12. HHVVVH

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15. HVVVVV

16. HVVVVH

17. HVVHHH

18. HVVHHV

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20. HVVHVH

21. HVHHHH

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23. HVHHVV

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26. HHVHHV

27. HHVHVV

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31. HVHVVV

32. HVHVVH

33. VVVVVV

34. VVVVVH

35. VVVVHH

36. VVVVHV

37. VVVHVV

38. VVVHVH

39. VVVHHH

40. VVVHHV

41. VVHHVV

42. VVHHVH

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44. VVHHHV

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56.  VHVHHV

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58. VVHVVH

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60. VVHVHV

61. VHVVVV

62. VHVVVH

63. VHVVHH

64.  VHVVHV

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MLB Shutout Survivor 2018 (11 Teams Eliminated In Week 1) 19 Are Left: Is Your Team Alive?

MLB Shutout Survivor 2018:

Each year we run the list as it comes down in order.  From Opening Day until the last club is blanked, we see which squad can hold off getting zeroed the longest.

Last Year the New York Yankees lasted all the way til July 16, 2017 to take the honors.

You always have to go with the favorites to win this category. This would be the Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox considering their potent offenses and home venue for their ball games. Read the rest of this entry

MLB Shutout Survivor Is Back For 2018

 

MLB Shutout Survivor 2018:

Each year we run the list as it comes down in order.  From Opening Day until the last club is blanked, we see which squad can hold off getting zeroed the longest.

Last Year the New York Yankees lasted all the way til July 16, 2017 to take the honors – narrowly beating the Nationals by just over a week (who made it the longest on the Senior Circuit without being bageled.)

You always have to go with the favorites to win this category. This would be the Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox considering their potent offenses and home venue for their ball games.

So who you got this year to stave off the blanking the longest?

To follow our dedicated page all year Book mark here

Read the rest of this entry

MLB Power Rankings/2018 Win Predictions + Playoff Predictions

Season Start Rankings (Left Of team in Parenthesis)

American League (1247 – 1183)

AL East (422 – 388) Win Predictions in Parenthesis For The Year

(3) NY Yankees 96 – 66 Division Winner #3 Seed

(7) Boston Red Sox 90 – 72   WC #1

(13) Baltimore Orioles 86 – 76

(16) Toronto Blue Jays 83 – 79

(27) Tampa Bay Rays 67 – 95 Read the rest of this entry

MLB Fantasy Daily (DFS) Picks For DraftKings – 3/29/18

zz draft kings

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.

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

We Will Give You – Daily

5 team stacking options ( We are going to draw most of our players from these 5 squads).

3 Pitching candidates (High level, midlevel and budget). Read the rest of this entry

MLB DFS Fanduel Lineups For 3/29/18

fanduel

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.

We use an aggressive form of “Wheeling the stacks” in which we play several scenarios of our top stacks and pitchers for the day in hopes of reeling in a big GPP.  

Fanduel – 3/29/2018 ( 12 Game Main Slate)

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.  We will pick from all $1 , $2 and $3 contests but honestly you can use these for any contest)

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Ty Blach

Colorado Rockies vs Robbie Ray

Arizona D’Backs vs Jon Gray

Milwaukee Brewers vs Clayton Richard

Cleveland Indians vs Felix Hernandez

Los Angeles Angels vs Kendall Graveman

NY Yankees vs J.A. Happ

3 – 7 Pitching candidates (High level, midlevel and budget).

Clayton Kershaw, SF @ LAD, $11700

Justin Verlander, HOU @ TEX, $9500

Chase Anderson, MIL @ SD, $7600

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The Best Teams In The MLB From 1980 – 2017: The Biggest Question Is, Who Owns 2015 – 2017 Mark? Early Favorite Lends 2 Cubs With 3 Straight LCS Appearances, 1 World Series

A revised list considering the last few World Series winners..

MLB Reports

With 3 straight LCS appearances and 1 World Series – the Cubs can lay claim to the best team from 2015 – 2017. If Houston were to win the 2018 World Series, they could be turned back to the 2015 – 2016 stretch, however Chicago can advance the years if they are able to go farther than the Stros this campaign

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner):

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There is only so much one can read in an article, otherwise I would make these lists up from the turn of the 20th century. 

As I became older and discovered ways to research the history of the game, my knowledge and curious mind grew for more information. 

I have studied and read baseball stat books and breezed through the odd Bill James novel.

If I ever take a break from writing or baseball park chasing…

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MLB Master Doubleheader Schedule For 2018

AT &T Park in San Francisco and O.co Coliseum in Oakland are part of this year’s first doubleheader opportunity available by ground in 2018. The Bay Area usually holds 3 – 4 doubleheader chances a year to attend full games in both parks.

Each year we write the full doubleheader master schedule to see all games you can in one year (within reasonable driving or ground distance to cover, if not see all of both games). 

This season is no different, although this amount of contests is rapidly dwindling each campaign with staggered start times for a lot of clubs (in particular in April and on Saturdays), coupled with the time per game increasing, it makes it tougher than ever to watch 2 full games at venues.

We will add much more to this list as the year goes on, and definitely one thing to watch for is the ESPN Sunday Night Games TBD’s as the summer progresses. 

Like Ernie Banks once said “Let’s Play 2.”

Tues Apr 3

SF 12:45/OAK 7:05

Wed Apr 4

LAA 1:07/SD 7:10

Sun Apr 8

PHI 1:35/WSH 8:08

NYY 1:05/WSH 8:08 Read the rest of this entry

The 2018 MLB Schedule

The 2018 MLB Schedule will be covered by the MLB Reports once again.  We are your best alternative for early MLB Interleague Master Schedules and at the end of January always have the best MLB schedule before the season begins, including the Double Header Master Schedule.

Check back with us in the middle of September.

 

MLB Power Rankings: Apr 9, 2017: Week 2

There are several teams that you may ask why their rankings are still somewhat high despite poor records, in relation to the Blue Jays, Yankees, Mariners, Giants, or even the Royals for that matter. It is simple….They have not hosted a game at home yet, still have decent players, and all of them did still drop down the power rankings over the last week – and definitely from their year end win totals. 

Thru Apr 9, 2017 (Prior to ESPN Sunday Night Game)

Win Predictions 

For The Year (Power Rankings This Week In Parenthesis)

American League (1235 – 1195)

AL East (427 – 383)

Boston Red Sox 90 – 72  Division Winner #2 Seed (5)

Toronto Blue Jays 88 – 74 WC #1 (9)

Baltimore Orioles 87 – 75 (10)

NY Yankees 81 – 81 (19)

Tampa Bay Rays 81 – 81 (20) Read the rest of this entry

Money Lines For MLB Games Played Wednesday Apr 5, 2017

It is simple.  ALL year we are betting $1 on all the underdogs for as many of the 2430 Games we can.

We are trying to validate a point that daily wagering is decent to follow this formula.

Each day we intend to update the results on this page.

On the mainpages of the site, where the blog posts go in timely order, we also are going to post the daily MLB Schedule and all Open Lines available at the time of publishing.

In addition to the DFS daily posts for FanDuel, DraftKings, and overall player selection posts daily, there will be that post of morning lines.

Once a week the Odds to win the World Series will be done on a post, and once every 2 weeks the Pennant Winner Odds, and Division Odds will be posted.

At the ALL – Star Break we will have a great breakdown blog of the HR Derby.  We have won money on this contest four years in a row.

We have you covered for wagering all year long.

Yearly Bankroll Start: $500 – To Date (Apr 5, 2017) – $496.07) = Loss of $3.93)

See Results at our MLB Master Schedule Games Page here Read the rest of this entry

MLB Shutout Survivor 2017: Rays + Dodgers Share 5 – 0 Losses To Be Elminated

Not even Longoria;s career mastery over CC Sabathia could stop the Rays from being blanked on Tuesday night Tampa Bay was never a favorite to win this competition, but i didn’t think they would be stopped on this night while facing Sabathia.

MLB Shutout Survivor 2017:

Each year we run the list as it comes down in order.  From Opening Day until the last club is blanked, we see which squad can hold off getting zeroed  the longest.

Last year, the Pittsburgh Pirates lasted into June to win the honors. 

You always have to go with the favorites to win this category. This would be the Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox considering their potent offenses and home venue for their ball games.

The Dodgers continued their trend not to fare well against LHP, despite the fact the have Lefty killer Franklin Gutierrez now, and bowed out of this competition one day after hanging 14 runs on the Padres.

Maybe there is a reason for optimism yet is San Diego.

The Rays couldn’t figure out CC Sabathia either, and I am surprised that Evan Longoria didn’t hit at least a wall ball versus the Yankees veteran  Maybe Sabathia will pitch good to start in 2017 too. Read the rest of this entry

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Player Picks For DraftKings – 4/5/17

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.

Please Read more about Stacking and Pitchers from our FanDuel Post today

Now here is what we are going to do for today’s MLB DFS Draft Kings style. Read the rest of this entry

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Player Picks For FanDuel 4/5/17

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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.

Fanduel – 4/5/17 ( 12 Game Main Slate)

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)

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Trevor Cahill

Washington Nationals vs Dan Straily

SF Giants vs Taijuan Walker

Boston Red Sox vs Jameson Taillon

3 – 7 Pitching candidates (High level, midlevel and budget).

Chris Sale, PIT @ BOS, $11, 400

Jacob deGrom, ATL @ NYM, $9800

Rich Hill, SD @ LAD, $9600

Cole Hamels, CLE @ TEX, $9300

Tanner Roark, MIA @ WSH, $8600

Garrett Richards, LAA @ OAK, $8600

Tyler Chatwood, COL @ MIA, $7600 Read the rest of this entry

“Every Day Chucker” Podcast Episode #3: Lets Just Have 8 Batters Per Lineup Hit

NO DH and No Pitcher hitting???  Am I crazy, or would this be a creative way to influx some offense into the game without other big changes done to the fabric of baseball?

Consider the injury yesterday to Junior Guerra, and what if it were Clayton Kershaw or Madison Bumgarner.  Or if a Pitcher got hurt like Chien-Ming Wang, or worse like Tony Conigliaro?

Don’t worry folks, this kind of alteration is unlikely to happen, but one has to wonder whether the league will adopt a unified set of rules for both the American and National League.
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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Player Picks For DraftKings – 4/4/17

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.

Please Read more about Stacking and Pitchers from our FanDuel Post today

Now here is what we are going to do for today’s MLB DFS Draft Kings style. Read the rest of this entry

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Player Picks For FanDuel 4/4/17

fanduel

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.

Fanduel – 4/4/17 ( 8 Game Main Slate)

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)

SF Giants vs Patrick Corbin

Chicago Cubs vs Adam Wainwright

LA Dodgers vs Clayton Richard

Houston Astros vs Hisashi Iwakuma

Tampa Bay Rays vs CC Sabathia

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

Jake Arrieta, CHC @ STL, $10, 800

Kenta Maeda, SD @ LAD, $8600

Matt Shoemaker, LAA @ OAK, $8000

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,  we refer you to dailyrotohelp.com (for player picks all day) Read the rest of this entry

MLB Shutout Survivor 2017: Braves + M’s Eliminated On Opening Day

Barring a Shutout in the game with the Tigers and White Sox today exceeding 6 runs, than Atlanta will finish 30th in this contest this season.

MLB Shutout Survivor 2017:

Each year we run the list as it comes down in order.  From Opening Day until the last club is blanked, we see which squad can hold off getting zeroed  the longest.

Last year, the Pittsburgh Pirates lasted into June to win the honors. 

You always have to go with the favorites to win this category. This would be the Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox considering their potent offenses and home venue for their ball games. Read the rest of this entry

Money Lines For MLB Games Played Tuesday Apr 4, 2017

It is simple.  ALL year we are betting $1 on all the underdogs for as many of the 2430 Games we can.

We are trying to validate a point that daily wagering is decent to follow this formula.

Each day we intend to update the results on this page.

On the mainpages of the site, where the blog posts go in timely order, we also are going to post the daily MLB Schedule and all Open Lines available at the time of publishing.

In addition to the DFS daily posts for FanDuel, DraftKings, and overall player selection posts daily, there will be that post of morning lines.

Once a week the Odds to win the World Series will be done on a post, and once every 2 weeks the Pennant Winner Odds, and Division Odds will be posted.

At the ALL – Star Break we will have a great breakdown blog of the HR Derby.  We have won money on this contest four years in a row.

We have you covered for wagering all year long.

Yearly Bankroll Start: $500 – To Date (Apr 4, 2017) – $502.15) = Profit of $2.15

See Results at our MLB Master Schedule Games Page here

 

ALL TIMES  DISPLAYED IN EASTERN TIME ZONE

WEEK 1 (Includes Season Opener Sunday Apr 2, 2017)

INTERLEAGUE GAMES IN MAROON

APR  2017

Tuesday Apr 4  (9 Games):

Tigers @ White Sox 2;10

-123 Justin Verlander vs Jose Quintana +112

DET 6 CWS 3

$1 Loss

Yankees @ Rays 7:10

-108 CC Sabahia vs Jake Odorizzi -102

NYY 5 TB 0

$1 Loss

Rockies @ Brewers 7:40

-109 Tyler Anderson vs Zach Davies -101

COL 6 MIL 5

$1 Loss

Indians @ Rangers 8:05

-156 Carlos Carrasco vs Martin Perez +141

CLE 4 TEX 3

$1 Loss

M’s @ Astros 8:10

+153 Hisashi Iwakuma vs Lance McCullers Jr.  -170

HOU 2 SEA 1

$1 Loss

Cubs @ Cardinals 8:15

-144 Jake Arrieta vs Adam Wainwright +129

CHC 2 STL 1

$1 Loss

Giants @ D’Backs 9:40

-156 Johnny Cueto vs Patrick Corbin +141

SF 8 ARI 4

$1 Loss

Angels @ A’s 10:05

-117 Matt Shoemaker vs Sean Manaea +106

Padres @ Dodgers 10:10

+192 Clayton Richard vs Kenta Maeda -215

SD 5 LAD 0

$1.92 Profit

$8.00 in Losses

$6.08 loss for the day

ODDS courtesy of  betdsi.com

The Rookie Bookie

By Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner) 

*** The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of mlbreports.com and their partners***

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

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