Tag Archives: San Diego Padres

These Teams Are Playing With House Money, Who’s About To Lose It All?

John Supowitz | April 19th, 2019

The 2019 season has some un-expected teams off to some impressive teams. Which one of these has a legitimate chance to play in October, and which are going to tap out? Continue reading

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MLB DFS DraftKings Around the Horn April 18th, 2019

Joel Dorcas | April 18th, 2019

The baseball season is rolling right along nicely with some interesting storylines such as the Yankees, Red Sox and other teams struggling out of the gate. While other teams, Houston Astros, Tampa Bay Rays, Seattle Mariners, amongst others, continue to flourish. Of course, our focus is DFS, and today we are gonna dissect the night slate of five games. Let’s dive into it and go Around the Horn! Continue reading

MLB DFS DraftKings Around the Horn April 11th, 2019

Joel Dorcas | April 11th, 2019

Today’s slate of games is a mixture of matinees and evening games, for this write the focus will be on the evening slate of games. We have five games to build a lineup from with games beginning at 7:10 eastern. Toronto at Boston, N.Y. Mets at Atlanta, Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, San Diego at Arizona, and Colorado at San Francisco. Let’s get to it and go Around the Horn! Continue reading

Stream Machine: April 8-10

Kody Clawson | April 7th, 2019

When you do this type of streaming pitching exercise, sometimes you feel like when you’re right, you’re wrong, and when you’re wrong, it really, really hurts. Sonny Gray pitched beautifully but got no help from his offense (more on that later). The Rays pulled the rug out from under me, moving Chirinos’ start from Saturday to Sunday, with some reports saying he might be used as the bulk reliever. As of this writing, Chirinos has yet to pitch. Crossing my fingers for at least a quality start. Tanner Roark was my second option, and he continued to have a typical Roark “meh” day (5 IP, 7 H, 3 ER, 1 HR, 2 BB, 4 K, ND). At some point, I plan to post an article with my results so far, probably toward the end of the month. But now, on to the upcoming matchups.

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Arenado, Harper, or Machado: Who Will Have The Better Legacy?

John Supowitz | March 2nd, 2019

The next decade will be exciting. Three young superstars signed monster contracts and with become the face of their respective franchise. All of the victories and failures, whether their fault or not, will rest on their shoulders. I looked at some factors to try to figure out which one of these players has the best opportunity to cement a winning legacy.

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