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Every start counts at this time of the year. Whether you're in the playoffs in head-to-head leagues or trying to gain ground in rotisserie ...
Each week this column will scour the waiver wire and look for pitchers who are less than 30% owned and could be useful streamers ...
Friday is finally here! We have a full slate to work with as we head into the weekend. There are plenty of elite scoring ...
Friday is finally here! We have a full slate to work with as we head into the weekend. It may be draft season for ...
Here is this week's category analysis, providing you with a list of players that could help impact a particular category in a standard 5×5 ...
There has already been a no-hitter this season, but there have been many other times when pitchers have approached a no-hitter only to be ...
Stacking in DFS MLB is such an important concept if you're looking to take down a big tournament on FanDuel or DraftKings. It's also ...
Here's a look at a few under-the-radar fantasy baseball pickups for this weekend. Get free start/sit and waiver wire advice for your fantasy team >> Hitters Tim ...
Today's FanDuel lineup advice will focus on the nine-game evening slate. It was difficult to find many good value hitters tonight. Maybe some will ...
Here's a tournament lineup for Thursday, August 25 contests on FantasyDraft. Find more flexible lineups and larger payout zones at FantasyDraft >> Pitcher Robbie Ray (ARI): $20,000 ...
He is a catcher who plays other positions, has above-average speed for the position and is still improving. I would say that in many leagues, he deserves to be owned.
Baseball philosophers can debate whether we should be happy he produced or disappointed because he didn't start.
I have not decided whether Fowler or the combo of Bryant and Rizzo should win an argument of "Thank you" as to which deserves more thanks. Fowler keeps getting on ahead of them which helps turns their hits into RBI. The other side is that without the productive hitters coming ...
The way that Rizzo and Bryant are producing, they may split the MVP votes and/or hurt each other's cases and allow a dark horse to emerge who doesn't have a second dominant player in their lineup.
That makes two straight impressive starts for the youngster, in which he went six innings in each start and allowed only one earned run total. The pitch count was 94 and 97 pitches respectively. With the bevy of injuries to the starting rotation, Urias could be ready to be a ...
Bush was the fourth pitcher used on the night. Texas got six shutout from A.J. Griffin and scoreless frames from Anthony Barnette and Jake Diekman before Bush closed things out.
The Indians lineup is a tough one, as evidenced by their 12-1 shellacking of the Rangers yesterday, so for Griffin to shut them out over six innings is impressive.
The Braves are happy he is still around to nail the saves and are just letting Vizcaino ease back without any kind of timetable. This seems to be working for everybody except Vizcaino's owners.
He can pitch lights out like tonight or he can struggle to get beyond five innings, he is just too inconsistent right now to offer much value.
Harrison had been struggling at the plate prior to tonight and had not scored a run since August 15th. However, tonight he managed an extremely productive stat-line. His value is limited mostly to DFS games as well as NL-only leagues moving forward, but he is still the everyday starter for ...