DraftKings & FanDuel MLB DFS Lineups & Picks for September 10, 2018
We have our MLB DFS 9/10/18 slate for Monday. 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.
Below is a list of our top MLB DFS pitchers, hitters, and stacks to target in Cash and GPP lineups on DraftKings and FanDuel.
The info below can also be used for crafting your daily fantasy baseball strategy at drafters.com
If you have an questions or need to see late-minute changes, follow me on Twitter at @FantasyAdvice22. Let’s bring home the bacon!
Fanduel Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (9/10/18): MLB DFS Advice
DraftKings Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (9/10/18): MLB DFS Advice
FanDuel & DraftKings DFS Pitchers
|REGULAR SEASON GAMES THROUGH SEPTEMBER 8, 2018||YEAR TO DATE|
|Sep 4||vs MIN||W 5-2||7.0||3||1||1||0||2||8||4||12||102||26||73||W(14-9)||–||2.73|
|Monthly Totals||7.0||3||1||1||0||2||8||4||12||102||26||—||1-0||0 sv||1.29|
|Aug 30||vs LAA||L 5-2||5.1||5||3||3||0||1||11||2||8||99||22||56||L(13-9)||–||2.78|
|Aug 25||@ LAA||W 8-3||6.0||6||3||3||1||2||6||4||13||92||25||52||W(13-8)||–||2.72|
|Aug 19||@ OAK||W 9-4||5.1||7||4||4||3||1||6||5||11||101||23||43||W(12-8)||–||2.65|
|Aug 14||vs COL||L 5-1||6.0||6||2||2||1||0||11||3||10||107||24||63||L(11-8)||–||2.52|
|Aug 9||vs SEA||L 8-6||2.0||7||6||6||3||0||2||3||8||52||13||–||L(11-7)||–||2.50|
|Aug 3||@ LAD||W 2-1||7.2||4||1||1||1||1||14||3||10||105||28||80||W(11-6)||–||2.19|
|Monthly Totals||32.1||35||19||19||9||5||50||20||60||556||135||—||3-3||0 sv||5.29|
|DETROIT TIGERS CAREER STATISTICS VS. JUSTIN VERLANDER|
|REGULAR SEASON GAMES THROUGH SEPTEMBER 8, 2018||YEAR TO DATE|
|Sep 4||@ MIA||W 9-4||7.1||8||4||4||2||2||11||9||9||108||31||55||W(10-9)||–||3.61|
|Monthly Totals||7.1||8||4||4||2||2||11||9||9||108||31||—||1-0||0 sv||4.91|
|Aug 29||vs WSH||W 8-6||3.0||4||4||4||2||3||3||3||7||75||16||35||–||–||3.54|
|Aug 24||@ TOR||L 4-2||6.0||6||4||4||2||3||5||12||6||101||27||46||L(9-9)||–||3.37|
|Aug 18||vs NYM||L 3-1||6.0||4||1||1||0||0||6||8||9||96||24||66||L(9-8)||–||3.25|
|Aug 12||@ SD||L 9-3||5.0||8||5||5||1||2||4||10||7||81||23||33||L(9-7)||–||3.33|
|Aug 6||@ ARI||L 3-2||8.0||3||0||0||0||2||4||14||8||110||28||78||–||–||3.11|
|Monthly Totals||28.0||25||14||14||5||10||22||47||37||463||118||—||0-3||0 sv||4.50|
|WASHINGTON NATIONALS CAREER STATISTICS VS. JAKE ARRIETA|
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When baseball season is over and we have nothing to look forward to except a long, cold winter, who doesn’t love watching a team get the Hot Stove going with a huge splash via trade or free agency?
Nobody, that’s who. Even if it negatively impacts your favorite team, it’s at least entertaining to hop on social media and watch everyone freak out for a short period of time. But as we’ve seen over the past couple winters with the San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks, the offseason winners don’t always end up being the actual winters in October.
Actually, it seems like that almost never happens.
There’s nothing wrong with going after top-tier free agents once winter rolls around – especially if a team has a glaring need at that particular position. Sometimes it seems like a no-brainer, but it’s not that easy. The smaller deals that don’t grab as many headlines for one reason or another can end up having just as much – or even more – of an impact on a team’s ultimate success or failure in the following season.
Here are six free agents from last winter who mostly flew under-the-radar compared to other higher-priced ballplayers, but have worked out very well in 2016.
2 And A Hook Podcast Ep #5: What about WAR? + The Good, The Bad + Downright Underachieving Teams in 2013
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Plus the Baltimore franchise signing and pitching Freddy Garcia & why the Orioles should have added veteran pitching depth before the season started
Also I talk to Diamondbacks correspondent for MLB Reports & for Rant Sports (www.rantsports.com) Chris Lacey 45 Minutes In (10 Minute Segment) Follow @aecanada12 – as we talk about whats going on with the team.
We also see the return of Yankees correspondent & trade correspondent for MLB Reports Nicholas Rossoletti (1 Hour In – 45 minute Segment) Follow @nross56 as we talk about the importance of the WAR stat, sabermetrics, lack of trading & why buying free agents isn’t working for the Angels, Dodgers & Blue Jays!
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Thursday August 9th, 2012
John Burns: With a 36-76 record the Houston Astros have been the laughing-stock of baseball this season. Houston is going into a complete rebuilding phase after trading the very few veterans they had, such as: Carlos Lee to Miami, Wandy Rodriguez to Pittsburgh, Brett Myers to Chicago (White Sox), Chris Johnson to Arizona, and J.A. Happ to Toronto. It is safe to say that Houston was definitely a seller at the recent non-waiver trade deadline and they made the right decision. They had one of the best deadlines in my opinion because they got rid of players that they were not going to win with and got very talented prospects in return. With the load of prospects Houston received, they will most definitely need several of their new young players to pan out if Houston plans to contend in the A.L. West one day. Oh yeah… I forgot to mention the worst team in baseball is going to one of the best divisions in baseball in 2013. A difficult situation is about to get a whole lot tougher. Read the rest of this entry