Antonio Losada | June 27th, 2019
Entering last weekend’s series against the White Sox at home, Nomar Mazara had not been able to pad his home run numbers in more than 11 games, which is to say, he got his last one on June 8th against Oakland.
Givanni Damico | June 8th, 2019
Today’s article is for the main slate of six games starting at 7:15 PM.
This game is the second game of a day/night doubleheader. Make sure that all three of these guys are playing in game two. Adrian Sampson is coming off of a fantastic outing but that won’t continue today. You can get these three guys for a decent value. This team can put up a lot of runs, so you don’t want to miss out if that is the case today.
Joel Dorcas |May 30th, 2019
We have a seven-game slate on the docket for Thursday night. A quick glance over at ESPN’s Power Rankings as of May 27th brings to light of a few things. The Minnesota Twins appear to be for real as they are right there with heavyweights Houston Astros and L.A. Dodgers at the top. The Oakland Athletics have kicked it up a notch with a lengthy winning streak of late and have bumped up the ranks significantly. The Cleveland Indians, due to injuries and a thinner depth chart, are struggling, while the Atlanta Braves have really turned it on of late winning 12 of their last 18 games. DraftKings has got seven games for the main slate so let’s build some lineups! Continue reading
Joey Ricotta | May 20th, 2019
There are a few pitchers in good spots tonight, making it tough to pinpoint which two to play on Draftkings. Whenever that is the case, the best plan of attack is to filter in a few of them into different tournament lineups. Let’s dig into some players and matchups to take advantage of on this Monday night eight-game main slate. Continue reading
Matt Bishop | April 10th, 2019
No, it doesn’t. I’m totally kidding. Listen, dude. It’s Week 1. I know it’s easy to tell you not to panic when you lost by 100 or dropped 5 spots in your roto rankings, but Week 1 losses hurt and they cut you deep. And no matter how long the season is or how deep you think your team may be, you don’t feel whole for a while. So there is really not much I can tell that you already don’t know. But please remember that everything you are about to read should be prefaced with “I know it’s a small sample size, but” and is simply an observation or highlight of something that is outside the norm compared to a player’s career profile Continue reading
Joey Ricotta | February 26th, 2019
Getting ready to unveil a new stadium with a retractable roof to open the 2020 season, the Rangers are hoping they can close the book on their current one in winning fashion. The Rangers have hired former Major League infielder, Chris Woodward to be the teams’ new manager. Let’s take a look at what to expect from Woodward’s 2019 Texas Rangers.