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MLB DFS: Cash Core and Stacks for July 7, 2019

Joey Ricotta | July 7th, 2019

The holiday weekend is almost over. So, let’s try to end it on a high note by making some DFS cash. Here are some of my favorite cash game core plays and stacks for today’s games. Continue reading

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MLB DFS: Locks, Bvp, Core Plays, and Stacks for 6/11/19

Joey Ricotta | June 11th, 2019

Weather should be much less of a concern tonight. That makes me feel a whole lot better about which direction to go for tonight’s monster slate of games. Let’s take a look at some locks, BvP, Core Plays, and Stacks. Continue reading

MLB DFS – Pitching, Hitting, and Stacks for 5/20/19

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

MLB DFS – Locks, Value, and Stacks for 4/23/19

Joey Ricotta | April 23rd, 2019


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.

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2019 Washington Nationals Preview

John Supowitz | March 16th, 2019

The NL East will be one of the exciting divisions to watch. Besides the Marlins, everyone in the division has made improvements to their rosters. It was one of busiest divisions when it came to transactions.

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MLB Players Who Could Slump in 2019

Givanni Damico | February 25th, 2019

We see it every year. A player who has been good during the course of his career has a down year or a breakout year. It happens. Last year, it was Eric Hosmer, Kris Bryant (for his standards), and Jake Arrieta who underperformed. Who will it be this year? No one can know for sure, but I will definitely give my input (with the help of other members of the Scorecrow team).

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Is a Work Stoppage In The MLB’s Future?

John Supowitz | February 2nd, 2019

For the past two winters, we could not use the MLB Hot Stove to keep you warm. Last year, it was to believed teams would be all in on the top free agents, but that was not the case; Yu Darvish didn’t sign with Cubs until February 13th, and J.D. Martinez with the Red Sox until on February 26th, after spring training began. Some believed teams were just holding off on spending because of the talent pool that would be available in 2018-19.

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