Does it matter what his price is? Chris Sale has been downright nasty and striking out everyone lately. Sale has double-digit strikeouts in eight of his last nine games. The Toronto Blue Jays will try to load up on right-handed hitters against him, but Sale should still be able to strikeout quite a few. Strikeouts are key in daily fantasy. The Blue Jays also have a weak .299 wOBA against lefties this season. Continue reading →
The Scorecrow covers PGA DFS? We are today. Thanks for stopping by and hopefully we can help you win some cash. There is a ton of money up for grabs all around the daily fantasy sports industry, including some free money tournaments on Draftkings. For all intents and purposes, this article’s research and pricing included are geared toward Draftkings. Without further ado, let’s get into some GPP picks for the third Major of the year, the U.S. Open. Continue reading →
For our Thursday edition of Around the Horn, we will focus directly on the night games. Our pitching options are whittled down to two or three reliable starters. As for position players, we will do our best to target the most consistent and reliable offenses given match-up context and previous performance. Let’s get it going and round the bases! Continue reading →
Last time I did MLB DFS was last Sunday and my Mariners’ stack had a great day against the Indians. Hopefully, today’s picks are just as good and help you guys win some cash. All prices will be DraftKings prices.
Welcome in. Hopefully you were able to cash last night with some of the plays provided in yesterday’s article. Stephen Piscotty and Jonathan Lucroy came up huge for me and I was able to turn in a decent profit, cashing in 84% of cash games last night. Hopefully we can strike gold again. Let’s take a look at some players to target for tonight’s 13-game slate.
Trevor Richards may have a 5.0 BB/9, but he is currently sporting a 14.7% swinging strike rate (10th in MLB) and a 32.4% o-swing (29th in MLB), which is well above the league average of 29.3%. He also has a 68.2% contact rate, which is the 9th lowest in the league and has yielded 11, 13 and 18 swinging strikes in his last 3 starts. Opposing batters are currently hitting .088 against his changeup, which has resulted in a 23.3% swinging strike rate. Pair this with 2 struggling offenses in the Chicago Cubs and Washington Nationals, paired with a home pitchers park, Trevor Richards should be in for a solid Week 3.
Players from Coors Field will be available to plug into your lineups today. Does that mean they are the best options on the board? Mondays can be the worst days ever. That doesn’t mean they have to be bad fantasy days. Let’s start the week off right as we look at some players to target for tonight’s 8-game slate. Continue reading →