FanDuel MLB Lineup Advice: Tuesday (6/12) PREMIUM
We’ve got 15 games on tonight’s slate and no rain threatening more than a minor delay. Coors isn’t an option, nor are any of the top-tier aces, but we do have James Shields and David Hess to pick on so building a lineup shouldn’t be too complicated. Let me show you all the players I considered and how my final cash game lineup ended up looking.
I tell myself the same thing every day when I build a lineup. This is your weekly reminder as well: “Don’t be an idiot”
It is simple, but entirely necessary. This is your hard earned cash, and you don’t have to throw it away. Think out your player selection and make the single smartest lineup you can put together. That includes watching as starting lineups roll in before lock. If a player you loved is batting 7th instead of 2nd like you were anticipating, maybe rethink things. If the opposite is true and there is a player you like, but expected to bat near the end of the order, turns up in the heart of the order, then don’t hesitate to get him plugged in. Most importantly, don’t get cute. Just play to win, period.
As always, be sure to pay close attention to the lineups when they are released and monitor the weather leading up to game time. For reference throughout the season, be sure to bookmark our overview of MLB Park Factors and how to Use Weather to Your Advantage in MLB DFS. Also, check out our GPP and Cash Games Primers to learn more about different daily fantasy game types specific to MLB.