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MLB DFS 5/28: Lineups to Target

There are a lot of high over/unders for today’s games, so let’s take a look at the best choices. Tampa Bay The Rays are playing at the Toronto Blue Jays, and there are plenty of reasons to like them. First, the O/U is 9.5, the highest of all games today. Second, the Rays are on […]

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In Vegas We Trust

There was a heated twitter debate that started a few weeks ago on the topic of Las Vegas sports betting lines. Many DFS players use Las Vegas or online sports betting lines, like the moneyline and over/under, to help them choose pitchers and look for specific teams to target for hitters. But some people are […]

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MLB DFS 5/13: Pitchers to Target

For tonight’s full slate of Tuesday games, there appears to be a lot of great value plays. Pitchers are where you can score big using the top guys, and Adam Wainwright is a great play for obvious reasons (STL-245 and an O/U of 7 runs). But tonight there are a few players who are on […]

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MLB DFS: Who to target against Knuckle-baller R.A. Dickey

One of the highest O/U games today is Cleveland @ Toronto, with an O/U of 9, meaning each team is expected to score about 4.5 runs. Normally, the analysis of hitters revolves around expected points per dollar and righty vs lefty splits. But with knuckle-baller R.A. Dickey on the hill, it’s useful to research who […]

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5/9 MLB DFS: Best Pitchers

A full slate of Friday MLB evening games, so we have plenty of options to choose from. But the talent of pitchers tonight is outstanding and making the right pick is a little bit difficult. Let’s see if we can simplify it by looking at the different salaries and the Vegas lines. The weather looks […]

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MLB: Fanduel value hitter plays 5/5

You would be crazy not to start Max Scherzer tonight, so there are going to be a lot of small salary guys that have to fit in your lineup, so I’m going to focus on value plays here. Freddy Galvis 2.2k  Galvis has a pretty below average FP per plate appearance at only .41, but […]

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MLB DFS: Taking Advantage of Hitters With Big Right vs Left Splits

In any DFS sport, one of the best things a good player can do is pick the most underpriced players. I’ve touched on a few ways to find underpriced players using Stadiums as a factor, as well as the impact of players moving up in the lineup. There’s another set of statistics that are simple […]

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MLB DFS 4/30: Top Pitchers

While the playoffs are still going on with the NBA, we’ve mostly transitioned into MLB (and PGA). Today we have a full slate of games, however Brewers at Cardinals and Tigers at White Sox are already underway. Furthermore, Mariners at Yankees, Pirates at Orioles, Mets at Phillies and Rays at Red Sox have been postponed […]

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MLB DFS: How much is moving up in the lineup worth?

MLB lineups are not set in stone. Managers often tinker with their batting order depending on players history against a pitcher, whether the pitcher is right or left handed, or if there’s an injury. Moving up in the batting order increases fantasy production, because it increases a players expected plate appearances, the chance of an […]

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DFS MLB Strategy: Using Ballpark Factors To Your Advantage

In the MLB, unlike most other sports, stadiums are not created equal. Some stadiums have different dimensions, different wall sizes, advantageous winds, or thin mountain air. Because of this, some stadiums are more conducive to runs, and some are less so. The way stadium factors effect your DFS lineups has to do with when teams […]

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