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Who Owned Baseball September 5, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings


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Manny Machado homered twice, the second one came with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th as a come from behind walk off shot to give the Orioles a stunning 7-6 victory over the Yankees.

Jose Martinez collected 10 total bases including a pair of homers and 3 RBI to help the Cardinals past San Diego, 8-4.

Jake Odorizzi took a no hitter into the 7th and finished with 6 2/3 innings of 1 hit shutout ball as the Rays topped the Twins, 2-1.

Zack Greinke dominated his former teammates with 7 strong innings, striking out 6 Dodgers. He did not get the decision but the Diamondbacks won their 12th straight with a 3-1 final in 10.

They all owned baseball on September 5, 2017

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Who Owned Baseball August 18, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings

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Manny Machado hit 3 homers and drove in 7. The third homer was a come from behind walk off grand slam that pushed the Orioles past the Angels, 9-7.

Dallas Keuchel threw 7 shutout innings to earn the 3-1 Houston decision over Oakland.

Chris Taylor got 2 singles and 2 doubles, scoring once and driving in 2 for Los Angeles in the 8-5 win over the Tigers.

Matt Moore pitched into the 8th, allowing 2 hits and 2 runs over 7 1/3 frames as the Giants clobbered Philadelphia, 10-2.

They all owned baseball on August 18, 2017

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Who Owned Baseball August 6, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings

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Hyun-Jin Ryu held the Mets scoreless over 7 innings of 1 hit ball, recording 8 strikeouts and getting the Dodgers 8-0 victory.

Jose Martinez had 2 hits, including a grand slam, in the Cardinals 13-4 drubbing of the Reds.

Jake Junis held the Mariners to 1 run over 8 innings, striking out 7 to earn the 9-1 decision for the Royals.

Manny Machado went 4 for 5 with a homer and 5 RBI to lead the Orioles in a 12-3 blow out of Detroit.

They all owned baseball on August 6, 2017

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Who Owned Baseball July 7, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

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Cole Hamels threw 7 2/3 shutout innings, striking out 6 Angels while securing the 10-0 Rangers victory.

Dan Straily pitched into the 9th, finishing with 1 run over 8 1/3 innings to get Miami’s 6-1 decision over San Francisco.

George Springer went 4 for 4 with a double and 2 homers, driving in 5 runs to help Houston crush Toronto, 12-2.

Jesus Aguilar hit a go ahead homer in the 4th, a game tying sacrifice fly in the 6th and a go ahead grand slam in the 7th to drive in 7 runs altogether and be a one man Milwaukee wrecking crew against the Yankees for the 9-4 final.


They all owned baseball on July 7, 2017

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Who Owned Baseball June 20, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

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Corey Seager hit 3 homers and added a fourth hit, driving in 6 as the Dodgers won a 12-0 laugher against the Mets.

Manny Machado collected 11 total bases with his 4 hits including 2 homers as the Orioles squeaked past Cleveland, 6-5.

Brandon McCarthy blanked the Mets over 6 innings of 4 hit shutout ball to earn the decision in the Dodgers 12-0 blow out.

Chris Sale pitched into the 9th, finishing with 10 strikeouts over 8 1/3 innings earning the 8-3 win for Boston over Kansas City.

They all owned baseball on June 20, 2017

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With No Top 50 ALL – Time Contracts Signed This Winter – Who Is Next To Make The List?

Signing Cespedes would not take care of all of New York's postional roster troubles, and injuries may ultimately ravage them again for the next campaign. Many of the Mets Starters are coming off health concerns in 2016. I am not sold they should be placed at such a valuable odd until they sign some players.

Signing Cespedes  has signed the biggest contract of the offseason thus far at 4 YRs/$110 MIL.  it is ranked tied for 60th ALL – Time even though the Annual Average Value is tied for 2nd ALL – Time among position players.  With power having been devalued and a firm new set of penalties for Luxury Tax Threshold Abusers, it may take until the winter of 2018 – heading into 2019 – for another player to ink a contract that places them in the top 50 ALL – Time Salaries.

The winter has seen a lot of great Free Agents sign like Yoenis Cespedes, Aroldis Chapman, Dexter Fowler, Kenley Jansen, Ian Desmond, Mark Melancon and Edwin Encarnacion, however none of them were historic by any means.

While Cespedes’s $110 MIL pact over 4 years is $27.5 MIL per year, which ties him for the  2nd best AAV ALL – Time for a position player with Alex Rodriguez, (trailing Miguel Cabrera‘s 8 YR/$248 MIL extension that started in 2016) – only brings him in for a tie for about 60th on the ALL – Time Biggest Contracts list.

To crack the top 50 list ALL – Time right now, you need to bring in a deal that makes at least $120 MIL for the life of the contract.

During last years offeseason, David Price ($217 MIL), Zack Greinke, ($206.5 MIL) Jason Heyward, ($184 MIL), Chris Davis, ($161 MIL), Justin Upton ($132.8 MIL) and Johnny Cueto ($130 MIL) all inked pacts in excess of that.

Early in the season, Stephen Strasburg shocked the world with his new 7 YRs/$175 MIL deal soon afterwards. Read the rest of this entry


2017 Top-400 Dynasty League Fantasy Baseball Rankings


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Below you will find my personal top-400 dynasty league baseball rankings. In order to be eligible for this list, a player must have over 200 career MLB at bats or 50 innings pitched.

To see my top-100 prospects and players under those limitations stated above, please click the following link: If you have any questions, please follow and tweet me @dynasty_digest.


Rank Player Position Team
1 Mike Trout CF,UT LAA
2 Mookie Betts RF,UT BOS
3 Kris Bryant 3B,LF,RF,UT CHC
4 Manny Machado 3B,SS,UT BAL
5 Bryce Harper RF,UT WAS
6 Nolan Arenado 3B,UT COL
7 Clayton Kershaw SP LAD
8 Jose Altuve 2B,UT HOU
9 Paul Goldschmidt 1B,UT ARI
10 Carlos Correa SS,UT HOU
11 Anthony Rizzo 1B,UT CHC
12 Corey Seager SS,UT LAD
13 Trea Turner 2B,CF,UT WAS
14 Francisco Lindor SS,UT CLE
15 Josh Donaldson 3B,UT TOR
16 Madison Bumgarner SP SF
17 Xander Bogaerts SS,UT BOS
18 Noah Syndergaard SP,RP NYM
19 George Springer RF,UT HOU
20 Chris Sale SP BOS
21 Starling Marte LF,CF,UT PIT
22 Max Scherzer SP WAS
23 Freddie Freeman 1B,UT ATL
24 Christian Yelich LF,CF,UT MIA
25 Giancarlo Stanton RF,UT MIA
26 Gregory Polanco LF,RF,UT PIT
27 Charlie Blackmon CF,UT COL
28 Miguel Cabrera 1B,UT DET
29 Corey Kluber SP CLE
30 Jake Arrieta SP CHC
31 Alex Bregman 3B,UT HOU
32 Rougned Odor 2B,UT TEX
33 J.D. Martinez RF,UT DET
34 A.J. Pollock CF,UT ARI
35 Brian Dozier 2B,UT MIN
36 Wil Myers 1B,UT SD
37 Miguel Sano 3B,RF,UT MIN
38 Joey Votto 1B,UT CIN
39 Daniel Murphy 1B,2B,UT WAS
40 Carlos Martinez SP STL
41 Ryan Braun LF,UT MIL
42 Jose Abreu 1B,UT CHW
43 Andrew McCutchen CF,UT PIT
44 Edwin Encarnacion 1B,UT CLE
45 Kyle Schwarber LF,UT CHC
46 Addison Russell SS,UT CHC
47 Jacob deGrom SP NYM
48 Yu Darvish SP TEX
49 Stephen Strasburg SP WAS
50 Robinson Cano 2B,UT SEA
51 Anthony Rendon 3B,UT WAS
52 Jonathan Villar 2B,3B,SS,UT MIL
53 Chris Archer SP TB
54 Yoenis Cespedes LF,CF,UT NYM
55 Buster Posey C,1B,UT SF
56 Carlos Gonzalez RF,UT COL
57 Eric Hosmer 1B,UT KC
58 David Price SP BOS
59 Carlos Carrasco SP CLE
60 Julio Urias SP,RP LAD
61 Jason Kipnis 2B,UT CLE
62 Johnny Cueto SP SF
63 David Dahl LF,UT COL
64 Jonathan Lucroy C,UT TEX
65 Trevor Story SS,UT COL
66 Stephen Piscotty CF,RF,UT STL
67 Kyle Seager 3B,UT SEA
68 Jon Lester SP CHC
69 Hanley Ramirez 1B,UT BOS
70 Justin Upton LF,UT DET
71 Matt Carpenter 1B,2B,3B,UT STL
72 Justin Verlander SP DET
73 Jose Quintana SP CHW
74 Chris Davis 1B,UT BAL
75 Danny Salazar SP CLE
76 Gerrit Cole SP PIT
77 Kyle Hendricks SP,RP CHC
78 Byron Buxton CF,UT MIN
79 Masahiro Tanaka SP NYY
80 Maikel Franco 3B,UT PHI
81 Julio Teheran SP ATL
82 Zach Britton RP BAL
83 Aaron Sanchez SP TOR
84 Gary Sanchez C,UT NYY
85 Michael Brantley LF,UT CLE
86 Jackie Bradley Jr. CF BOS
87 Jean Segura 2B,SS,UT SEA
88 Billy Hamilton CF,UT CIN
89 Kevin Gausman SP BAL
90 Rick Porcello SP BOS
91 Aaron Nola SP PHI
92 Aroldis Chapman RP NYY
93 Jameson Taillon SP PIT
94 Todd Frazier 3B,UT CHW
95 Ian Desmond LF,CF,UT COL
96 Kenley Jansen RP LAD
97 Matt Harvey SP NYM
98 Willson Contreras C,LF,UT CHC
99 J.T. Realmuto C,UT MIA
100 Dee Gordon 2B,UT MIA
101 Lance McCullers Jr. SP HOU
102 Roberto Osuna RP TOR
103 Evan Longoria 3B,UT TB
104 Nelson Cruz RF,UT SEA
105 Craig Kimbrel RP BOS
106 Nomar Mazara LF,RF,UT TEX
107 Khris Davis LF,UT OAK
108 Lorenzo Cain CF,RF,UT KC
109 Carlos Santana 1B,UT CLE
110 Edwin Diaz RP SEA
111 Michael Fulmer SP DET
112 Wade Davis RP CHC
113 Marcell Ozuna LF,CF,UT MIA
114 Ian Kinsler 2B,UT DET
115 Cole Hamels SP TEX
116 Andrew Miller RP CLE
117 Dellin Betances RP NYY
118 DJ LeMahieu 2B,UT COL
119 Kenta Maeda SP LAD
120 Jon Gray SP COL
121 Orlando Arcia SS,UT MIL
122 Felix Hernandez SP SEA
123 Brandon Belt 1B,UT SF
124 Adam Jones CF,UT BAL
125 Albert Pujols 1B,UT LAA
126 Danny Duffy SP,RP KC
127 Joe Ross SP WAS
128 Yasiel Puig RF,UT LAD
129 Mark Trumbo RF,UT (N/A)
130 Justin Turner 3B,UT LAD
131 Mark Melancon RP SF
132 Javier Baez 2B,3B,SS,UT CHC
133 Sonny Gray SP OAK
134 Odubel Herrera CF,UT PHI
135 Ken Giles RP HOU
136 Jose Bautista RF,UT (N/A)
137 Jonathan Schoop 2B,UT BAL
138 Michael Conforto LF,UT NYM
139 Nick Castellanos 3B,UT DET
140 Steven Matz SP NYM
141 Aledmys Diaz SS,UT STL
142 Dallas Keuchel SP HOU
143 Jerad Eickhoff SP PHI
144 Yasmany Tomas LF,RF,UT ARI
145 Devon Travis 2B,UT TOR
146 Blake Snell SP TB
147 Jake Lamb 3B,UT ARI
148 Yordano Ventura SP KC
149 Anthony DeSclafani SP CIN
150 Troy Tulowitzki SS,UT TOR
151 Adam Eaton CF,RF,UT WAS
152 Jeurys Familia RP NYM
153 Yasmani Grandal C,UT LAD
154 Cody Allen RP CLE
155 Dustin Pedroia 2B,UT BOS
156 Zack Greinke SP ARI
157 Jurickson Profar 1B,2B,3B,SS,LF,UT TEX
158 Tony Watson RP PIT
159 Sam Dyson RP TEX
160 Taijuan Walker SP ARI
161 Marcus Stroman SP TOR
162 Kelvin Herrera RP KC
163 Salvador Perez C,UT KC
164 Joc Pederson CF,UT LAD
165 Ben Zobrist 2B,LF,RF,UT CHC
166 Kevin Kiermaier CF,UT TB
167 Adrian Gonzalez 1B,UT LAD
168 Drew Pomeranz SP,RP BOS
169 Carlos Rodon SP CHW
170 Evan Gattis C,UT HOU
171 James Paxton SP SEA
172 Drew Smyly SP SEA
173 Jay Bruce RF,UT NYM
174 Matt Kemp LF,RF,UT ATL
175 Jake Odorizzi SP TB
176 David Peralta RF,UT ARI
177 Kole Calhoun RF,UT LAA
178 Brad Miller 1B,SS,UT TB
179 Jose Ramirez 3B,LF,UT CLE
180 Victor Martinez UT DET
181 Mike Moustakas 3B,UT KC
182 Sean Manaea SP,RP OAK
183 Elvis Andrus SS,UT TEX
184 Jorge Soler LF,UT KC
185 Dexter Fowler CF,UT STL
186 Justin Bour 1B,UT MIA
187 Garrett Richards SP LAA
188 Neil Walker 2B,UT NYM
189 Ender Inciarte LF,CF,UT ATL
190 Jung-Ho Kang 3B PIT
191 Jose Berrios SP MIN
192 Tanner Roark SP,RP WAS
193 Jordan Zimmermann SP,RP DET
194 Vincent Velasquez SP PHI
195 Randal Grichuk CF,UT STL
196 Seung-Hwan Oh RP STL
197 Raisel Iglesias SP,RP CIN
198 Marco Estrada SP TOR
199 J.A. Happ SP TOR
200 Adrian Beltre 3B,UT TEX
201 Jeff Samardzija SP SF
202 Brandon Kintzler RP MIN
203 Matt Moore SP SF
204 Joe Musgrove SP,RP HOU
205 Trevor Bauer SP,RP CLE
206 Max Kepler RF,UT MIN
207 Ryon Healy 3B,UT OAK
208 Domingo Santana RF,UT MIL
209 Corey Dickerson LF,UT TB
210 Adam Duvall LF,UT CIN
211 Collin McHugh SP HOU
212 Starlin Castro 2B,UT NYY
213 Jason Heyward CF,RF,UT CHC
214 Brandon Crawford SS,UT SF
215 Eric Thames 1B,UT MIL
216 Russell Martin C,UT TOR
217 Rich Hill SP LAD
218 Brandon Maurer RP SD
219 Micahel Pineda SP NYY
220 Hunter Pence RF,UT SF
221 Daniel Norris SP,RP DET
222 Tommy Joseph 1B,UT PHI
223 Alex Colome RP TB
224 A.J. Ramos RP MIA
225 Kendrys Morales UT TOR
226 Dylan Bundy SP,RP BAL
227 Eduardo Rodriguez SP BOS
228 Chris Carter 1B,UT (N/A)
229 Matt Wieters C,UT (N/A)
230 Brian McCann C,UT HOU
231 Shelby Miller SP ARI
232 Jose Peraza 2B,SS,CF,UT CIN
233 David Robertson RP CHW
234 Robbie Ray SP ARI
235 Jacoby Ellsbury CF,UT NYY
236 Josh Harrison 2B,UT PIT
237 Matt Shoemaker SP LAA
238 Carlos Gomez LF,CF,UT TEX
239 Tyler Skaggs SP LAA
240 Marcus Semien SS,UT OAK
241 Tim Anderson SS,UT CHW
242 Chris Tillman SP BAL
243 Jaime Garcia SP,RP ATL
244 Archie Bradley SP ARI
245 Didi Gregorius SS,UT NYY
246 Aaron Blair SP ATL
247 Josh Reddick RF,UT HOU
248 Matt Wisler SP,RP ATL
249 Adam Conley SP MIA
250 Brandon Drury 2B,3B,LF,RF,UT ARI
251 Stephen Vogt C,UT OAK
252 Mike Napoli 1B,UT (N/A)
253 Tyson Ross SP TEX
254 Logan Forsythe 2B,UT TB
255 Gio Gonzalez SP WAS
256 Hector Neris RP PHI
257 Mike Fiers SP,RP HOU
258 Eduardo Nunez 3B,SS,UT SF
259 Danny Velancia 1B, 3B, RF, UT OAK
260 Cam Bedrosian RP LAA
261 Kyle Barraclough RP MIA
262 Ervin Santana SP MIN
263 C.J. Cron 1B,UT LAA
264 Eugenio Suarez 3B,UT CIN
265 Travis Shaw 1B,3B,UT MIL
266 Hyun-Jin Ryu SP LAD
267 Cameron Maybin CF,UT LAA
268 Wilmer Flores 1B,2B,3B,UT NYM
269 Matt Duffy 3B,SS,UT TB
270 Adam Ottavino RP COL
271 Luis Severino SP,RP NYY
272 Addison Reed RP NYM
273 Denard Span CF,UT SF
274 Jeremy Hellickson SP PHI
275 Zach Davies SP MIL
276 Matt Bush RP TEX
277 Carlos Beltran RF,UT HOU
278 Nathan Karns SP,RP KC
279 Jarrod Dyson LF,CF,RF,UT SEA
280 Shawn Kelley RP WAS
281 Rajai Davis LF,CF,UT OAK
282 Zack Wheeler SP NYM
283 Mike Leake SP STL
284 Gerardo Parra 1B,LF,CF,RF,UT COL
285 Jason Hammel SP (N/A)
286 Wei-Yin Chen SP MIA
287 Luis Valbuena 3B,UT (N/A)
288 Lucas Duda 1B,UT NYM
289 Kevin Pillar CF,UT TOR
290 Nate Jones RP CHW
291 Braden Shipley SP,RP ARI
292 Kolten Wong 2B,UT STL
293 Leonys Martin CF,UT SEA
294 Chris Devenski SP,RP HOU
295 Tyler Thornburg RP BOS
296 Tyler Naquin CF,UT CLE
297 Lance Lynn SP STL
298 Hunter Strickland RP SF
299 Mitch Moreland 1B,UT BOS
300 Yunel Escobar 3B,UT LAA
301 Ryan Dull RP OAK
302 Alex Cobb SP TB
303 Arodys Vizcaino RP ATL
304 Asdrubal Cabrera SS,UT NYM
305 Derek Law RP SF
306 Francisco Rodriguez RP DET
307 Michael Lorenzen RP CIN
308 Jose Reyes 3B,SS,UT NYM
309 Huston Street RP LAA
310 Mike Foltynewicz SP ATL
311 Byung Ho Park 1B,UT MIN
312 Brett Gardner LF,UT NYY
313 Patrick Corbin SP,RP ARI
314 Jeanmar Gomez RP PHI
315 Will Harris RP HOU
316 Trevor Plouffe 1B,3B,UT OAK
317 Corey Knebel RP MIL
318 Jeremy Jeffress RP TEX
319 Zack Cozart SS,UT CIN
320 Wilson Ramos C,UT TB
321 Joe Panik 2B,UT SF
322 Darren O’Day RP BAL
323 Angel Pagan LF,CF,UT (N/A)
324 Curtis Granderson CF,RF,UT NYM
325 Brandon Phillips 2B,UT CIN
326 Mike Montgomery SP,RP CHC
327 Brad Boxberger RP TB
328 Adam Wainwright SP STL
329 Ian Kennedy SP KC
330 Marwin Gonzalez 1B,2B,3B,SS,LF,UT HOU
331 Fernando Rodney RP ARI
332 Alcides Escobar SS,UT KC
333 Dan Straily SP,RP CIN
334 Yadier Molina C,UT STL
335 Brandon Finnegan SP CIN
336 Ketel Marte SS,UT ARI
337 Wellington Castillo C BAL
338 Steven Souza Jr. RF, UT TB
339 Blake Treinen RP WAS
340 Scott Kazmir SP LAD
341 J.J. Hardy SS,UT BAL
342 Jim Johnson RP ATL
343 Hector Santiago SS,UT SF
344 Sandy Leon C,UT BOS
345 Steve Cishek RP SEA
346 Micahel Feliz RP HOU
347 Hisashi Iwakuma SP SEA
348 Martin Prado 3B,UT MIA
349 Trevor Rosenthal RP STL
350 Michael Wacha SP,RP STL
351 Hyun Soo Kim LF,UT BAL
352 Clay Buchholz SP,RP PHI
353 Jhonny Peralta 3B,SS,UT STL
354 Brett Lawrie 2B,UT CHW
355 Matt Adams 1B,UT STL
356 Michael Saunders LF,RF,UT PHI
357 Mychal Givens RP BAL
358 Melky Cabrera LF,UT CHW
359 Mike Zunino C,UT SEA
360 Pablo Sandoval 3B,UT BOS
361 Ivan Nova SP,RP PIT
362 Carson Smith RP BOS
363 Derek Dietrich 1B,2B,3B,UT MIA
364 Kendall Graveman SP OAK
365 Travis d’Arnaud C,UT NYM
366 Justin Wilson RP DET
367 Drew Storen RP CIN
368 Brock Holt 3B,LF,UT BOS
369 Freddy Galvis SS,UT PHI
370 Yovanni Gallardo SP BAL
371 Ryan Madson RP OAK
372 Sean Doolittle RP OAK
373 Keon Broxton CF,UT MIL
374 Brad Hand RP SD
375 Hector Rondon RP CHC
376 Jordy Mercer SS,UT PIT
377 Francisco Cervelli C,UT PIT
378 Tyler Chatwood SP COL
379 Blake Swihart C,LF,UT BOS
380 Alex Wood SP,RP LAD
381 Jayson Werth LF,UT WAS
382 Yan Gomes C,UT CLE
383 Chad Kukl RP OAK
384 Brandon Moss 1B,LF,RF,UT (N/A)
385 Derek Norris C,UT WAS
386 Shin-Soo Choo RF,UT TEX
387 Brad Ziegler RP MIA
388 Henry Owens RP MIA
389 Andrelton Simmons SS,UT LAA
390 Cameron Rupp C,UT PHI
391 Luke Gregorson RP HOU
392 Ryan Schimpf 2B,3B,UT SD
393 Kevin Siegrist RP STL
394 Brad Brach RP BAL
395 Steven Wright SP BOS
396 Steve Pearce 1B,2B,UT TOR
397 Devin Mesoraco C,UT CIN
398 Daniel Hudson RP PIT
399 Tony Cingrani RP CIN
400 Ryan Zimmerman 1B,UT WAS

Projected Top 5 Home Run Hitters In Major League Baseball For 2017

Having nothing to do with the ALL - Star Game, and a ton to prove after inviting himselfto the HR derby in San Diego, we placed a $125 bet on Stanton to win the event at +325 odds. He destroyed the field, This was the difference in us turning a small little profit for the year. ).

Having nothing to do with the ALL – Star Game, and a ton to prove after inviting himself to the HR derby in San Diego, we placed a $125 bet on Stanton to win the event at +325 odds – and he won the whole thing.  Now only if he could refrain from beingthe DL for 1 campaign.  It was another injury plagued season for the veteran in 2016, but I still claim he will lead the league in HRs one of these years and possibly challenge 50 HRs in the process.  He is our #1 pick to win the overall MLB HR crown in 2017.

With apologies to the pending Free Agents who cracked 40+ HRs in Mark Trumbo (47) and Chris Carter (41), I just don’t see them duplicating their 2016 campaigns. 

I also foresee a bunch of changes to the top 6 Home Run hitters in the American League in 2017. 

Newly signed Indians player Edwin Encarnacion is quite possibly the only returning top 5 guy that will be in there back to back seasons for the Junior Circuit.

Chris Carter. actually tied was the co-leader for the HR title with Nolan Arenado in 2016. and then was promptly non-tendered by the Brewers for his efforts. 

Mark Trumbo hasn’t been able to parlay his HR title into a Free Agent deal either.  I think this may play a huge factor in a 2017 regression of sorts.

Don’t get me wrong. i fully expect these gentlemen to eclipse 30+ HRs each still in 2017.

Since the top 5 overall Major League HR totals all resided in the AL in 2016 – I suspect this won’t be the case next year.

Ultimately, career years from Khris Davis and Brian Dozier will be hard to do again.

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New York Yankees State Of The Union For 2017: Stemming The Tide For Upcoming Seasons

The Yankees shocked the baseball world by contending for the last 2 months after dealing away Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller and Carlos Beltran at the Deadline. With a the young '"Baby Bombers" on the way, tt will take a few good veterans to compliment the talent in order for the Yankees to become extremely dangerous once again. It all starts with the GM Brian Cashman.

The Yankees shocked the baseball world by contending for the last 2 months in 2016 after dealing away Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller and Carlos Beltran at the Deadline. With a the young ‘”Baby Bombers” on the way, tt will take a few good veterans to compliment the talent in order for the Yankees to become extremely dangerous once again. It all starts with the GM Brian Cashman.

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I will be the first one to give credit to Brian Cashman for arranging the July Trade Deadline deal moves to free up a rebuild on the fly.  The Yankees rewarded their longterm GM by continuing their season streak of over .500 to 22 years.

The management has also been fortunate that Gary Sanchez fared so incredibly well – so they could sell Brian McCann to the Astros, and effectively free up another $10 MIL into their couch cushions.

As it sits right now the clubs projected roster is looking to be in the $167 MIL range for total team salary.  Unfortunately they are still on the hook to CC Sabathia for $25 MIL and Alex Rodriguez for $21 MIL in 2017. even though latter is not even on the roster anymore.

So what do the Yanks do this winter?  They are perennial abusers of the Salary Tax Threshold, and have been paying 50% of their dollars spent beyond the limit for the last several years. 

With the news of talks proceeding on that number potentially reaching $200 MIL or under the new CBA, the Pinstripers should definitely dole out some bread for Free Agents this offseason.

I would say that for the Bronx Bombers to be competitive for the AL East, they need to add at least $50 MIL in players salaries this winter in order to fight the Jays and Red Sox for the Division.

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Manny Machado’s Lack of Stolen Bases Cost Him a Top-3 AL MVP Finish in 2016

Major League Baseball is full of young superstars, and Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado deserves to be included in such an elite group. After all, he just earned his second consecutive top-five finish in the American League MVP race.

Finishing fifth behind Mike Trout, Mookie Betts, Jose Altuve and Josh Donaldsonis nothing to be ashamed of, but was there a way he could’ve further distinguished himself to become a finalist?

The answer to that question is yes.

Looking at Machado’s 2015 and 2016 statistics, it appears he experienced nearly identical performances, except for one glaring difference.



Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 9/3/16

P- Tanner Roark (vs. New York Mets): $9,100. Roark has thrown seven or more scoreless innings in eight starts this season, which is the most in Major League Baseball. Over his last three starts, he has a 1-1 record, 3.44 ERA, and 12 strikeouts. In 80 career at bats against the Roark, the Mets’ offense is batting .187, with a .261 OBP, and a .258 slugging percentage.

P- Ivan Nova (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $8,900. Nova is coming off a start in which he dominated the Brewers. Well, guess who he is pitching against on Saturday? You got it, the Brewers. He went six innings, giving up three hits, and only one run. In his five starts with the Pirates, he has a 4-0 record, 2.87 ERA, and 22 strikeouts in 31.1 innings pitched.




Who Owned Baseball August 26, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

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Justin Smoak went 3 for 5 with a homer and 5 RBI to help propel the Blue Jays into first place by themselves with a 15-8 thrashing of Minnesota.

Kris Bryant scored all 3 times he reached base including a key 8th inning homer and a go ahead homer in the 10th as the Cubs came from behind to top the Dodgers, 6-4.

Justin Verlander pitched into the 8th, striking out 8 Angels in 7 2/3 innings and walking just 1, earning the 4-2 victory for Detroit.

Braden Shipley threw 7 strong innings, allowing 4 hits and 1 run, setting p Arizona’s 4-3 extra inning win over Cincinnati.

They All Owned Baseball on August 26, 2016.

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Who Owned Baseball August 24, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings



Manny Machado collected 4 hits, including a homer, drove in 4 and scored 2 as the Orioles took the 10-8 Beltway slugfest with Washington.

Michael Bourn went 4 for 6 with 2 triples, scoring 3 times in Arizona’s 10-9 extra inning victory over Atlanta.

Masahiro Tanaka threw 7 shutout innings, giving up 6 hits in the Yankees 5-0 blanking of the Mariners.

Jose Fernandez struck out 9 Royals in 7 innings, halting their win streak and earning the 3-0 decision for the Marlins.

They All Owned Baseball on August 24, 2016.

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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 8/21/16

P- Jose Quintana (vs. Oakland A’s): $9,900. Unfortunately for Quintana, his team doesn’t give him much run support, which doesn’t lead to a lot of wins. Of course that isn’t great for DraftKings scoring, but he has still been dominant on the mound. He has made six straight quality starts, which is obviously a great sign for Sunday. In 68 career at bats against Quintana, the A’s lineup is batting .162, with 21 strikeouts, and a .239 OBP.

P- Julio Urias (vs. Cincinnati Reds): $5,600. This is a high risk, high reward pick for Saturday. If you are looking for a safer pick, take a look at someone like Ervin Santana (more expensive option) or Matt Garza (cheaper option). Cincinnati’s offense has struggled against left-handed pitching this year (ranked 26th in OPS, 26th in slugging, 30th in OBP, and 28th in batting average). Their offense has also struggled over the last seven days. If Urias can put up six or seven innings of work, his strikeout potential could make for a huge game in daily fantasy.




Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 8/17/16

P- Homer Bailey (vs. Miami Marlins): $8,900. Bailey looked really good in his last start. He went six innings, giving up three hits, one walk, and 11 strikeouts. He will be facing the Marlins on Wednesday, who just recently lost Giancarlo Stanton for the year. Over the last seven games, the Marlins have a .686 OPS, which ranks 26th in Major League Baseball.

P- Yordano Ventura (vs. Detroit Tigers): $7,800. In his three starts against the Detroit Tigers in 2016, Ventura has put up 15.85, 24.65, and 18.35 points in DraftKings. He has also not allowed more than three runs in a start since July 3rd. In his last three starts, he has a 2-0 record, 2.89 ERA, and 15 strikeouts. Over the last seven games, Detroit has a .693 OPS, which ranks 24th in Major League Baseball.




Baltimore Orioles Have Been Treading Water, but Look More Equipped for a Playoff Run

For a team that entered the 2016 MLB All-Star break with a 51-36 record, it can be viewed as disappointing to go 15-15 since returning to action like the Baltimore Orioles have. However, manager Buck Showalter and his coaching staff should actually be viewing it as progress based on how they got there.

One of baseball’s best and one of baseball’s worst

Throughout the 2016 season, Baltimore has proved a lot of people wrong (including myself). Sure, they started the year on a nine-game winning streak, but we all know fast starts don’t always produce playoff-caliber teams once the calendar flips to August and September.

For standing the test of time during the first three-and-a-half months, the organization can thank its offense and bullpen, while shaking its head at the rotation.

Many loved watching the Orioles hit, but very few enjoyed watching them pitch – at the beginning of games, at least. Starters combined to post a 29-28 record in the first half with a 5.15 ERA, which was third worst in the majors. They also didn’t last very long, with their 470 innings pitched ranking last out of 30 teams.



Who Owned Baseball August 7, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings


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Ichiro Suzuki tripled off the right field wall to become the 30th member of the 3,000 Hit Club. He also walked and scored in Miami’s 10-7 victory in Colorado.

Manny Machado homered in each of the first 3 innings, driving in 7 to help the Orioles clobber the White Sox, 10-2.

Kyle Hendricks kept the A’s scoreless for the first 7 innings and finished with 1 run over 7 1/3, 3 hits and no walks and got the 3-1 win for the Cubs.

James Paxton pitched into the 9th, allowing 1 run over 8 1/3 innings, 1 walk and 5 hits and earned the 3-1 decision for the Mariners over the Angels.

They All Owned Baseball on August 7, 2016.

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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 8/8/16

P- Jake Odorizzi (vs. Toronto Blue Jays): $9,900. In 99 career at bats against Odorizzi, the Blue Jays’ offense is batting .141, with a .274 OBP, and a .341 slugging percentage. This includes a .053 batting average from Jose Bautista, .214 from Josh Donaldson, .091 from Edwin Encarnacion, .083 from Russell Martin, and a .143 batting average from Troy Tulowitzki. Not only have the Jays struggled against Odorizzi, but they have also struggled over the last seven games, with a .201/.276/.370 slash line. Odorizzi has not allowed a run in 20.2 consecutive innings, so clearly he is on a roll.


P- Zach Davies (vs. Atlanta Braves): $8,600. Davies has been incredibly consistent over his last few starts. He has won his past three starts and holds a 2.45 ERA in that time span. He hasn’t allowed more than two earned runs since June and he owns a 1.97 ERA over that stretch of starts. The Braves’ offense isn’t overpowering, so Davies should be able to take care of business.




Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 7/26/16

P- Felix Hernandez (vs. Pittsburgh Pirates): $8,600. The Pirates offense has struggled over the last seven days. In that time span they are batting .237, with a .297 OBP, and a .678 OPS. In 109 career at bats against Felix, the Pirates offense is batting .165, with a .229 OBP, .249 slugging percentage, and 35 strikeouts. He is coming off an injury and a rough first start, but his career numbers against the Pirates makes me very confident in this pick.


P- Ervin Santana (vs. Atlanta Braves): $7,800. In 139 career at bats against Santana, the Braves’ lineup is batting .223, with .251 OBP, .454 slugging percentage, and 28 strikeouts. Santana has been on a great hot streak recently. Over his last six starts, he owns a 2-1 record, and a 2.03 ERA.




Who Owned Baseball July 22, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings


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Matt Kemp homered twice, driving in 4 to lead San Diego past Washington, 5-3.

Zach Eflin threw a complete game 3 hit shutout, blanking Pittsburgh for a 4-0 Phillies win.

Manny Machado reached base 4 times, homering and driving in 2 to led Baltimore past Cleveland, 5-1.

Kyle Gibson allowed 2 hits in the first inning and no more over the next 7, shutting down Boston’s bats for 8 innings and earning the 2-1 decision for the Twins.

They All Owned Baseball on July 22, 2016.

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2016 Dynasty & Keeper League Top 100 Midseason Rankings

Below you can find my list of the top 100 dynasty/keeper baseball league rankings after the first half of the season. These rankings are obviously subject to change based on the performance of each player throughout the rest of the season. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to me on my social media, which you can find at the end of this article. Thank you and enjoy.


1. Mike Trout (OF; LAA)

  1. Bryce Harper (OF; WSH)
  2. Clayton Kershaw (SP; LAD)

  3. Mookie Betts (OF; BOS)

  4. Manny Machado (3B; BAL)

  5. Jose Altuve (2B; HOU)

  6. Kris Bryant (3B; CHC)

  7. Carlos Correa (SS; HOU)

  8. Paul Goldschmidt (1B; ARI)

10. Nolan Arenado (3B; COL)




Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 6/30/16

P – Zach Davies (vs. Los Angeles Dodgers): $8,000. Davies has been spectacular this month. In five starts in June, he owns a 1.64 ERA, 0.788 WHIP, 36 strikeouts, and six walks in 33 innings pitched. One of those five starts came against the Dodgers, in which he threw seven innings, giving up five hits, one run, and he struck out six. The Dodgers offense has really struggled over the past seven days, which is a good sign for the young right-hander.

P – Carlos Rodon (vs. Minnesota Twins): $8,500. Rodon is coming off a very good start against the Toronto Blue Jays in his last start. Over his last 12 innings pitched, he has struck out 16 batters, which is a great sign for daily fantasy. The Minnesota Twins rank in the bottom of the major leagues against left-handed pitching in 2016, so this should be a great matchup for Rodon. Rodon faced the Twins on April 13th, going six innings, giving up three hits, zero runs, and he struck out six. Rodon can be a very high risk, high reward pitcher, so this could be a risky play.



Who Owned Baseball June 27, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

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Kris Bryant went 5 for 5 with 3 homers, driving in 6 and scoring 4 to lead the Cubs in a wild 11-8 slugfest in Cincinnati.

Jon Gray struck out 8 Blue Jays over 7 innings, walking none and worked around a pair of homers to get the 9-5 victory for Colorado.

Nick Franklin singled, doubled and homered, driving in 5 runs as the Rays snapped their losing streak, 13-7 over Boston.

Danny Duffy pitched 8 innings, allowing 2 runs, walking none and struck out 8 Cardinals batters to earn the 6-2 decision for the Royals.

They all owned baseball on June 27, 2016.

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Who Owned Baseball June 26, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

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Tyler Duffey did not allow a hit until the 6th and finished with 8 innings, 2 hits, 8 strikeouts and 1 run as the Twins clobbered the Yankees, 7-1.

Jose Fernandez struck out 13 Cubs and allowed just 4 hits and 1 run to earn the 6-1 decision for the red hot Marlins.

Lonnie Chisenhall collected 9 total bases with his 4 hits, including a homer and 3 RBI as the Indians continued to roll, 9-3, in Detroit.

Freddie Freeman reached base 4 times, including a homer and a pair of runs scored in the Braves 5-2 victory over the Mets.

They all owned baseball on June 26, 2016.

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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 6/16/16

P- Tanner Roark (vs. San Diego Padres): $10,300. Roark is by far the best pitching matchup on the slate for Thursday. He is facing a San Diego Padres offense that has struggled all season, and more importantly, recently. Over the last seven games, the Padres are batting .229 (25th overall), with 23 runs (26th overall), and a .286 OBP (28th overall). He will also be pitching at PetCo Park, which is known as a pitchers’ park. In 2016, Roark owns a 5-4 record, with 73 strikeouts, and a 2.93 ERA.


P- Dan Straily (vs. Atlanta Braves): $9,200. Honestly, I think any pitcher is a good start against the Atlanta Braves. Unless I’m stepping on that mound, you should feel comfortable that any MLB pitcher has a good shot at taking care of the Atlanta offense. In Straily’s last 10 starts, he has gone at least six innings in nine of those starts. He has gone at least seven innings in three of his last four starts. So far this season, he is 4-2, with 64 strikeouts, and a 3.15 ERA.


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Who Owned Baseball June 11, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 6/12/16

P- Steven Matz (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $10,700. Earlier this season, Matz dominated the Brewers over seven innings, giving up two runs, and striking out eight. He lost his first start in eight starts this week, so he should be hungry to get back to his winning ways against a very average team.

P- Cole Hamels (vs. Seattle Mariners): $8,500. Hamels has already made one start against the Mariners this year and it was a good one. In seven innings, he only gave up two runs, while striking out eight. The Mariners offense has been very good recently, but a veteran pitcher like Hamels should be able to shut them down. At only $8,500, Hamels could be a steal.


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MLB Fantasy Daily (DFS) Picks For DraftKings – 5/17/16

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Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner) 

We are ramping up our coverage on DFS play at MLB Reports, and will include some strategy articles in the forthcoming days and weeks.  We come from a high level of handicapping backgrounds, and have been given the go ahead from the braintrust at MLB Reports to start sharing some of these with you.

Of course Chuck Booth and I spearheaded this movement back in a few years ago with just regular baseball futures.  We were not sure if we wanted to go ahead with the MLB DFS Fantasy at all, but were finally convinced for demand by a couple of our BBBA writers (Josh Robbins and Trey Rose).  The need is there and we are looking to deliver.

I have played DFS long enough to be the guy who writes the posts here.  The gambling philosophy championed by Booth in the 90’s is brilliant for any sources of tournaments or gambling period.  It weaves the Martingale Betting System (progressive betting with the double up theory) and it fosters it with several other techniques so you don’t bet against yourself.

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.

Look for that in coming days.  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).

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MLB Daily Fantasy Picks (DFS) For FanDuel – 5/15/16


Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner)

Sunday is always a crapshoot with everything involved, so make sure you check your starting lineups, weather and backup Catcher roles.

The game I am keying on more than others today is the game at Camden Yards.   With contests in Coors Field, Chase Field and Miller Park also featuring on massive hitter friendly venues, I will be playing a roster on all of them.

The Tigers are still criminally underpriced on FanDuel right now, as their losing streak has a ton more to do with their horrific Late Inning Relief of late.

I am waiting for Justin Upton to start cracking the ball, and will play him on a roster for 2 – 3 weeks once he starts rolling.  He is a type of guy who will bash 10 HRs in a month at least once in a baseball year.

In the same game, I am running with Jonathan Schoop, who clubbed 2 jacks Saturday – and could easily go yard again on Sunday.

Adam Jones is also on fire – after early season struggles, and is a nice bargain at $2800. Manny Machado took a goose egg for FPP – and I simply can’t think he will do this two games in a row.

Tentatively, I also have put Nolan Reimold into the lineup, should he not be played, I am going to use Yasiel Puig on a wildcard throw out there at $2400.

I would have loved to have implored the Jays lineup – however they were all way out of whack for the price – so I am only going to use Troy Tulowitzki.

The Tigers are facing Kevin Gausman, yet have several hitters that just lace fastballs.

As for my pitcher – I am going with Masahiro Tanaka.  The White Sox have guys that whiff in their lineup something fierce, and I like Tanaka over Miguel Gonzalez in this matchup.

MAY 15, 2016…All Day Slate – Camden Heavy

P – Masahiro Tanaka, CWS @ NYY, $9800

C – Victor Martinez. DET @ BAL, $3500

1B – Miguel Cabrera. DET @ BAL, $3700

2B – Jonathan Schoop. DET @ BAL, $2800

3B – Manny Machado, DET @ BAL, $4200

SS – Troy Tulowitzki, TOR @ TEX, $2800

OF – Justin Upton, DET @ BAL, $2900

OF – Adam Jones, DET @ BAL, $2800

OF – Nolan Reimold, DET @ BAL, $2600 (Or Yasiel Puig, STL @ LAD, $2400, vs Mike Leake)

$35, 000, 000 ($0 Left)

2nd Sample Lineup – Coors Field Stack

P – Danny Duffy, ATL @ KC, $6800

C – Victor Martinez, DET @ BAL, $3500 or Buster Posey SF @ ARI, $3400

1B – Lucas Duda, NYM @ COL, $3800

2B – Neil Walker, NYM @ COL, $3500

3B – Danny Valencia, OAK @ TB, $2400

SS – Marcus Semien, OAK @ TB  $2200

OF – Yoenis Cespedes, NYM @ COL, $5000

OF – Curtis Granderson, NYM @ COL, $3700

OF – Carlos Gonzalez, NYM @ COL, $4000

$35, 000, 000 ($0 Left)

If you’re not familiar with the points breakdown, here’s the format utilizing a $35 million salary cap.  

Scoring System:

1 Starting Pitcher (SP)

1 Catcher (C)

1 First Baseman (1B)

1 Second Baseman (2B)

1 Third Baseman (3B)

1 Short Stop (SS)

3 Outfielders (OF)

Game Types:


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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 5/11/16

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P – Francisco Liriano (@ Cincinnati Reds): $9,000. Liriano has been fairly consistent over his first few starts in 2016. He has thrown 35 innings, with a 3-1 record, 3.60 ERA, 39 strikeouts, and 19 walks.

He will be facing the 25th ranked offense on Wednesday, which is a great matchup for Liriano.

The Reds’ lineup has really struggled against the left-handed throughout his career.

In 170 career at bats against Liriano, the Reds’ lineup is batting .224, with 5 home runs, 40 strikeouts, and a .298 OBP. These numbers are very much in favor of Liriano on Wednesday.

He is currently averaging 15.8 points per game on DraftKings this season.

P – Wei-Yin Chen (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $7,800. Chen is facing another struggling offense on Wednesday.

The Milwaukee Brewers are currently ranked as the 22nd overall offense in Major League Baseball.

In 62 career at bats against Chen, the Brewers’ lineup is batting .210, with 1 home run, 17 strikeouts, and a .258 OBP.

There will be a 12 MPH wind blowing towards home plate, which is a great sign for Chen considering this should limit the number of potential home runs.

Chen has faced the Milwaukee lineup one time this year and he got the win after throwing 6.2 innings, giving up 4 hits, 3 earned runs, 2 walks, and 4 strikeouts. Chen is averaging 12.1 points per game on DraftKings this season.

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