Five Words That Get Daily Fantasy Baseball Players Salivating – Yasiel Puig In Coors Field
If you aren’t playing daily fantasy baseball you are missing out on edge of your seat fun, a nightly emotional roller coaster, and most importantly…CASH! Tonight, just like any night, is a great time to dip your toe into the daily fantasy baseball water. In fact, with so much money up for grabs, you might as well cannonball right into the deep end. All you have to do is follow our advice, and we’ll be the floaties to keep you drowning. If you have been playing daily fantasy baseball, but for some reason you didn’t follow our featured picks yesterday, here are some of the players you missed out on.
Results of some of yesterday’s Fantasy Throwdown recommended plays :
Robinson Cano – 3-4, 2 HR, 4 R, 3 RBI, 2B, BB
Todd Frazier – 2-3, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R
Brandon Belt – HR, BB
Jose Fernandez – 8 IP, 10 K, 0 ER, W
As you can see, if you used our picks as a foundation for your daily fantasy baseball team yesterday, you would have been well positioned to cash in your games. With that said, if you didn’t use our selections, today is a new day with a whole new batch of daily fantasy baseball games to sign up for. Do yourself a favor and get in the game now for a chance to totally redeem yourself. Let’s get to tonight’s games.
Always Check The Weather!
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Milwaukee @ Washington – 60% scattered thunderstorms
Philadelphia @ Pittsburgh - 40% scattered thunderstorms
Miami @ Atlanta - 30% isolated thunderstorms
Arizona @ NY Mets - 60% scattered thunderstorms
San Francisco @ Cincinnati Reds -30% isolated thunderstorms
Baltimore @ Chicago White Sox – 40% showers
San Diego @ Boston – 60% scattered thunderstorms
The Vegas Factor!
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Highest Over/Under Totals
San Diego @ Boston – 9.5
Detroit @ Toronto – 9.5
Seattle @ Texas – 9.5
Lowest Over/Under Totals
Arizona @ NY Mets – 7
Chicago @ Oakland – 7.5
Milwaukee @ Washington - 7.5
Philadelphia @ Pittsburgh – 7.5
Today’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Top Pitcher
Stephen Strasburg – Strasburg is without the question the top pitcher on the board tonight. Stephen has now gone eight games or less where he’s given up two earned runs or less. There is no reason to think to day vs the slumping Brewers will be any different.
Today’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Top Hitters
Prince Fielder – Chien-Ming Wang could not survive the 2nd inning in his last outing as he gave up 7 ERs in 1.2 innings. While repating such a pathetic can’t be expected, let’s just say it wouldn’t be surprising if the Tigers beat Wang around today. Leading that charge will be Prince Fielder, as he’s in a great spot to rack up some RBIs today.
Robinson Cano – Cano has a ridiculous 10 hits in his last 17 at-bats, including three homers. To say he is currently on fire at the plate would be like saying Paula Deen is having a rough week. It’s that much of an understatement.
Hanley Ramirez – Hanley has at least one hit in 12 of his last 13 games. He’s hitting .387 on the year and is 11-30 with 3 HRs vs Roy Oswalt in his career. Oh, and this game is in homer-friendly Coors Field as well.
Yasiel Puig – Speaking of Coors Field, tonight will be the first night YasielMania will be unleashed in Colorado. Puig is still hitting an absurd .436 on the year and I just don’t see the mediocre Roy Oswalt putting out Yasiel’s fire.
The previous picks should give your team a nice edge today, but if you really want to maximize your team’s chances of success today, follow the link to help you fill out the rest of your team.
Editor’s Note – LHP Chris Rusin will be making the start for the Cubs now that Scott Feldman has been traded. This makes the A’s bats, esepecially the righties, intriguing plays tonight. Additionally Brandon Cumpton (and not Jeff Locke) will take the bump for Pittsburgh tonight.
Thanks for reading and good luck in your games tonight. Feel free to chime in with questions, comments, rants, requests, and general snark.
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