Razzball DFSBot for DraftKings: Need help with your daily fantasy baseball picks? This tool provides daily fantasy baseball projections to help identify which hitters to choose for today on DraftKings.com. DFSBot projections rely on Steamer Rest of Season projections as a foundation and then adjust based on several game-specific factors that include quality of opposing starting pitcher, hitter’s performance vs. the handedness of opposing starting pitcher, park factors, whether the game is home or away, and predicted batting order spot. Position and DraftKings Salary (DK $) are directly from DraftKings.com. All other stats/projections are from Razzball.
Filtering Results: You can filter multiple fields at the same time. The text fields below the column headers enable several methods for filtering the data. Here are some examples:
‘B’ in Pos
Typing B in Pos will filter to any player with 1B, 2B, or 3B eligibility. Type in more details to filter further – e.g., “1B’, “1B, 3B”, etc.
Requires exact match on both sides – so 2B|SS returns anyone who has 2B or SS eligibility but not anyone with 2B/SS, 2B/3B, etc.
All players who do not have OF eligibility.
All players who do not have 1B eligibility NOR OF eligibility. Just use the ! once.
>30 in $
All players whose $ is greater than 30. Does not work for Date.
<30 in $
All players whose $ is less than 30. Does not work for Date.
GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO
>=30 in $
All players whose $ is greater than or equal to 30. Does not work for date.
LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO
<=30 in $
All players whose $ is less than or equal to 30. Does not work for Date.
%Start – This is the estimated percentage that a player will start in a game. This takes recent playing time into account including the handedness of the pitcher for platoon hitters. It does not take day-to-day injuries into account – either for the injured player or the fill-in player. Recently called up players who are not undisputed starters may take a couple weeks before their playing time estimate matches reality (until then it’s underestimated). More info can be found in this post.