Highlights and Notes
Carrasco – The same goes for both Carrasco and Maeda we like both of these guys in their pitching duel today and were taking both. We expect this to be a low scoring affair between the Indians the the Twins so this bodes well for lots of strike outs.
Maeda – See above.
T. d’Arnaud – What’s not to love about this guy. His bat has been a joy to watch and has been absolutely crushing it from a fantasy perspective. Paying up a little at $4,100 but we don’t anticipate him staying this cheap for long.
Moran – One of the best bats in Pittsburgh. This Pirate has been fantastic fantasy wise especially for how much he costs. $3,100 gives you a lot of ability to make moves in other positions. Were not taking this guy out of our lineup until he proves us otherwise.
Peraza – While he hasn’t been great the Red Sox’s have moved him into leadoff. Let’s hoping this encourages him to get on base. Plus…he’s cheap and with this roster construction we need little cheap.
Machado – Manny gets on base. When you get on base you get fantasy points. It’s that simple.
Tatis Jr – 4 for 4 this kid has been in our lineup. Why change now.
Judge – All rise for the Judge. Aaron has been a beast, just like yesterday preventing a Red Sox run in and then a Homer to center. DFS points be damned.
Goodwin – Due to the expensive roster we need good and cheap. Goodwin is Good and Cheap.
Brantley – Love this kids bat and his price tag.
Yesterday’s Results were 7-5. Current Season Record is 47-42-4.
Yesterday’s Results were 6-2-1. Current Season Record is 40-37-4.
Highlights and Notes
Happy Coors Day! That’s right the first Coors game of the year. With that, comes a heavy stack of Padres and Rockies.
Montgomery – Making his season debut after the mess with COVID-19 in Miami. Montgomery is hoping to get off too a good start against the Red Sox. We see this as a great opportunity to with under utilization in lineups creating value to separate you from the pack.
Castillo – We like Castillo a lot and this is a great matchup against what will be one of the worst teams in baseball this year the lowly Tigers.
Vazquez – He has had an impressive start so far this season and we look for that ton continue against the Yankees today. Vazquez has been one of the few shining lights in Boston.
Myers – Becoming a Bet-MLB favorite we are keeping him in our lineup for the same reasons we did yesterday. The guy gets on base and then steals a few extra.
Moran – One of the best bats in Pittsburgh. This Pirate has been fantastic fantasy wise especially for how much he costs. $3,100 gives you a lot of ability to make moves in other positions.
LeMahieu – He has been extremely impressive so far and like Myers were keeping him in the roster until things change.
Tatis Jr – 3 for 3 back to back games. Tatis Jr. has been a machine.
Brantley – How this kid is so cheap is beyond me. $2,800 makes him such an easy decision to add to your lineup.
Dahl – He’s part of our Coor’s stack for opening day in Colorado. He should have a great game today back at home.
Castellanos – With a .381 BA he is been fantastic for a Reds team who has real potential to make the playoffs this year.
Highlights and Notes
Lament – Has held his own so far and with an awful SF offense so far this season hopefully he can go deep and get an extra couple innings to rack up some extra fantasy points.
Bundy – Bundy has been very impressive thus far and I look for his performance to continue. 8 strike outs thus far, more DFS points should be in his future.
Garver – He is out to a great start. Keep and eye on your roster incase the team elects not to start him. You have room in your cap to make adjustments if this turns out to be the case.
Myers – This guy is a base stealing machine. Sneaky fantasy points allow for him to exceed is baseline performance.
Peraza – This is a swing for the fences here’s hoping it pays off.
LeMahieu – This bat is just hot. Let’s hope it stays that way.
Tatis Jr – This kid has been hot, red hot and this should continue to bring home the DFS bacon.
Stanton – The Yankees absolutely crushed yesterday for DFS players. This magic should continue against the Orioles and a very stable option for your lineup.
Soler – While his BA is pretty low at .198 and going 2-13 so far, Detroit is awful and should allow the opportunity to have Soler get his bat on the ball. Plus he’s pretty cheap at $3,600.
Pillar – has had an impressive last couple games even against stiff competition of the Mets rotation. He should continue to perform and put up decent fantasy numbers.
Yesterday’s Results were 8-4. Current Season Record is 34-35-3.
Highlights and Notes
Paddack – Great performance so far this season we look for this to continue against the weak SF rotation.
deGrom – Not much to say about deGrom other than he is a machine. Spend the extra money and throw him in your lineup. You can save elsewhere and get your money’s worth with deGrom who is playing against the Red Sox’s who currently can’t hit water if they fell out of a boat.
Stassi – Spending so much on deGrom you have to say somewhere. Stassi is a great value pick here.
Hosmer – Regardless of an illness earlier this week this guys bat has been red hot and worthy of any lineup.
Lowe – Multiple hits in every game so far. Here’s to hoping this streak continues today.
Moran – This Pirate is firmly secured in the lineup for Pittsburgh and has been hitting everything he gets near.
Tatis Jr – Securing a hit in each of his starts Tatis Jr. is looking to become a shining start of the Padres and hopefully his lucky will continue vs. SF today for our lineup.
Cruz – This DH, while 40 years old still hits like he’s in his 20s and that’s what you need to capture fantasy victory.
Brantley – Hitting with a .421 BA its still early in the season but a hot bat is a hot bat and for only $3,000 he’s a great pickup.
Pillar – If your willing to put a Red Sox in your lineup today against deGrom, Pillar is your guy. While he has faced some light pitching competition thus far based on how pitchers have been going lately don’t be shocked if he only sees deGrom once allowing for more opportunity for one of the few Red Sox’s who have actually figured out how to hit the ball this year.
Yesterday’s Results were 5-5. Current Season Record is 26-31-3.