A good amount of top tier pitchers are available today so most lineups will feature a big-name pitcher. As of this writing there doesn’t appear to be any weather concerns so we shouldn’t have that to factor in. Top games to focus on for offensive production based on teams combined run lines are Baltimore at Colorado, Atlanta at St.Louis, Kansas City at New York Yankees and Seattle at Oakland. Here we go, let’s go for a trip around the horn!
Johnson will be a jack of all trades wideout I wouldn’t be surprised if you see him lineup outside and in the slot, where he was used primarily with Toledo. According to Chris Adamski of the “Tribune-Review,” the young wideout is taking drills lined up on the outside. This could be either motivation for another Steelers wideout James Washington or Mike Tomlin wants Johnson to play the outside role to start. Continue reading →
After racing out of the blocks in game five of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Bucks suddenly found themselves on the wrong end of a 16-2 Toronto Raptors run, giving the Canadian outfit their first lead of the night midway through the second quarter.
This may seem like a weird player to take a closer look at since he won the National League MVP award last season, but we will look back at 2018 as well as this year to see what changed for Christian Yelich to make himself into the superstar that he is today. Continue reading →
After a rough season for the Ottawa Senators, they have found the man that will lead their rebuild after firing Guy Boucher as the team announced yesterday that they have hired D.J. Smith as their new head coach. The deal is reportedly worth three years. Smith will become the fourteenth head coach in Senators history.
Lucchesi has seemingly struggled this season compared to last, as his strikeout rate and his ERA have regressed. However, his walk rate and HR/9 have both decreased as well, leading to a lower FIP. His xFIP and SIERA both point to him being better than his ERA currently shows, making him an interesting pitcher going forward. He gets an interesting matchup here, going against a Toronto offense that has a 65 wRC+ at home and a 72 wRC+ against lefties. Continue reading →
There are two players in Kappo Kakko and Jack Hughes, that seem to be the consensus top selections, but after them, its a lot more uncertain how the next tier shakes up. Alex Turcotte has been projected to go as high as third and as low as eleventh overall.