Welcome in. Last night felt like more of a tournament type of night. Tonight feels like a great spot to play cash games and tournaments. We have a monster slate of 14-games on deck. Let’s take a look at some core plays we should definitely have some exposure to. Continue reading →
Week seven of the fantasy baseball season has now concluded and Christian Yelich ONLY has 19 home runs. What a bust, right? Of course, the best place to improve your fantasy team is through the buy low and sell high transactions of barter.
There are a ton of great pitchers throwing tonight. All of them are capable of having great outings every time out. Getting pitching right could be the key to this 9-game slate tonight. With that said, let’s take a look at some options. Continue reading →
Who would have thought the best player the Marlins traded last year would be Christian Yelich? Safe to say since moving to the mid-west, he has become a marquee superstar. He began the week by doing something he already did this season: beat up the Cardinals. April 15th, he had three home runs against the red birds, added another the next night, giving him eight total in five consecutive games. Don’t worry St., Louis; he doesn’t save his power just for you, Yelich added four more homers, including his second multi-home run game of the week against the Dodgers, giving him on eight for the week and 16 RBI. Continue reading →
Opening weekend is in the books, and some surprise teams had a good weekend. We also had the opportunity to watch some superstar players try to make an impact on teams and some MVPs continue right where they left off. Here are the seven hottest hitters from this weekend.
The season is just getting started and it is my favorite one out of all the major sports. Especially, when it comes to daily fantasy sports. The picks below will be directed mainly towards DraftKings, but feel free to use them wherever you see fit. I may have a good idea about what I’m doing, but I’m not psychic. Play these picks at your own risk or reward. Continue reading →