Top Daily Fantasy Baseball Pick
Jordan Zimmermann: Zimmermann may not be the most popular pick, but he’s been great over the last two years. He also gets a very favorable matchup against the Marlins, who haven’t shown anything offensively in their first two games. Taking into account his price tag, he becomes an easy choice over both Lee and Medlen. Don’t be shocked if he outscores both top-tier pitchers with this matchup.
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Yesterday’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit Recap
Matt Harvey: Harvey won the pitcher of the night award with his stellar performance, allowing just one hit on his way to a win. Harvey worked 7 innings, while striking out ten with only two walks.
Gerardo Parra: Parra took full advantage of the long game, going 3-7 with a leadoff homerun, a triple, a stolen base and 3 runs. This makes him one of the best hitters of the night.
Wandy Rodriguez: Wandy was great last night as he allowed just 2 hits, and one walk. He added 6 strikeouts over 6.2 innings of work in the 3-0 win against the Cubs.
Gio Gonzalez: Gio delivered 6 shutout innings with just 2 hits and 2 walks, while striking out 5 in his first win of the year. He also startetd the scoring with a solo bomb in the 5th. Our top pick delivered, and was one of the best pitchers of the night.
Freddie Freeman: They played out the game in Atlanta despite weather concerns and rain throughout the game. Freeman had a great night as expected, going 2-3 with 3 RBIs, a double in the 4th inning, scoring one run and walking once.
Ryan Braun: The Rockies couldn’t handle Braun last night. He singled, doubled and walked twice with one RBI. He was officially 2-2.
Ben Zobrist: Zobrist was very solid in the Rays win over Baltimore. He went 2-4 with 2 singles, 2 RBI, and a run scored.
Bryce Harper: Last night was another good night for Harper. He finished 2-4 with a single, a double and a run scored.
Jon Jay: Jay needed 8 at bats to hit 2 singles and score one run. His owners were happy with his performance, although he could have done much better considering the number of opportunities.
Brandon Morrow: Morrow struggled with his command a little and also gave up some pretty unlucky hits, but was able to pitch himself out of couple jams. He finished with very solid line: 6 innings, 6 hits, 1 earned run, 2 walks and 8 strikeouts in a no decision.
David Wright: Wright finished 1-3 with an RBI double and a walk. He didn’t disappoint, but fantasy owners hoped for a little more especially given that Mets scored 8 runs.
Troy Tulowitzki: Tulowitzki wasn’t able to hit a homerun in third consecutive game, but he reached base 3 times on a single and 2 walks. He also recorded and RBI and a run with one strikeout.
Tommy Milone: Milone recovered very well after he gave up two homeruns in the 1st. He recorded a win with 7 innings, 5 hits, 2 earned runs, a walk and 4 strikeouts.
Jean Segura: Segura had just one single in four trips to the plate, and struck out once. This wasn’t a great performance, but he had a hit which is solid considering his price.
Miguel Montero: The Diamondbacks beat the Cardinals in 16 innings, which meant a lot of opportunities for every player in this game. Montero finished just 1-6 with a single, sacrifice fly, one walk and 2 strikeouts.
Josh Beckett: Beckett suffered a loss, giving up 3 earned runs on 6 hits in 6 innings of work. He struck out 4 batters and walked one.
Kurt Suzuki: Suzuki had just 3 plate appearances in the game, officially going 0-1 with a strikeout. He was hit by a pitch, and had a sacrifice bunt in the other two.
Matt Carpenter: Carpenter recorded just one walk, finishing 0-6 in the extra inning game.
Yonder Alonso: Alonso wasn’t able to solve Harvey’s stuff all night, and finished hitless in his 4 at bats.
Robinson Cano: Cano surprisingly failed to get on base, and went 0-4 despite the great matchup.
Norichika Aoki: Aoki had a night to forget as he didn’t reach base in 5 tries, and finished 0-5.
Emilio Bonifacio: It was a rough day for Bonifacio as he only put the ball in play once, and finished 0-4 with 3 strikeouts.