Tag Archives: New York Mets

MLB DFS – Locks and Stacks for 5/21/19

Joey Ricotta | May 21st, 2019

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

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Deep Dive: Amed Rosario

Givanni Damico | May 19th, 2019

I have decided to join Frank in his “Deep Dive” articles because it’s a great concept that puts a spotlight on underperforming players who aren’t reaching their full potential. Amed Rosario had loads of potential when he got the first call-up but he has fallen out of favor. Let’s dive into it. Continue reading

MLB DFS DraftKings Around the Horn May 17th, 2019

Joel Dorcas |May 17th, 2019

Another weekend is upon us and we get to kick it off with plenty of baseball. 15 games all toll on the MLB schedule. Top tier pitching will likely be paid up for so value plays today will be very important to target. Let’s get right into it and go Around the Horn! Continue reading

Stream Machine: May 17-19

Kody Clawson| May 16th, 2019

In my last offering, I suggested using the Rays’ bulk reliever as a streaming option on Wednesday. Jalen Beeks got the call to follow Ryne Stanek as an opener. The outing wasn’t quite was I was expecting or hoping to see from Beeks. He went three shutout innings, allowing four hits but no walks and four strikeouts. He even picked up the win! So why was I disappointed? Well, I thought he could go further into games, maybe pitch five or so innings each outing, and get close to starting pitcher stats while picking up sneak wins. However, looking at his game logs, I see that he’s only gone over four innings twice so far in his usage as a follower. So, while he didn’t get the big outing that I had hoped for, he was still useful, especially in leagues that have start limits. I think he’s still worth using in this role in later opportunities. Now, on to the weekend starters!

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MLB DFS 5/11: Stacks, One-Offs, and Pitchers

Givanni Damico | May 11th, 2019

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.

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MLB DFS DraftKings Around the Horn May 10th, 2019

Joel Dorcas |May 10th, 2019

We’re back at it again for another edition of Around the Horn, hopefully, your lineups produced last night, plenty of games to breakdown for tonight’s 14-block of games beginning at 7:05 Eastern. We will get to the pitching side of things momentarily, as for targeting offense there are six games with over/under totals of at least nine runs combined. Grab your cleats, get out the pine tar, time to go Around the Horn! Continue reading

Pete Alonso may be the Mets Best Homegrown Hitter since Wright or Reyes

Cyrus Tarapore | April 16th, 2019

Not too long ago Dominic Smith was a first-round draft pick by the New York Mets. In 2013 the Mets selected him 11th overall. In six seasons in the minors, Dom slashed .296/.361/.426.  He and the Mets both expected him to take over the first base job for the Mets on a daily basis. Then reality hit, Dom struggled, and the Mets were again left with a question mark for an everyday productive first baseman.

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