You guys and five girls are what makes the Razzball community great.  Case in point, I’ve gotten countless ideas for articles based on feedback, comments, questions and general conversation with you all.  It really is my favorite part of this site.  One such idea came up when a commenter got a hold of me and asked me who they should be following on Twitter.  Let’s take a quick step back, you should absolutely use Twitter to enhance your DFS game.  Heck, if you’re a fan of baseball and have a smartphone, there’s no reason to not follow most of this list below.  That goes for DFS players and non DFS players alike.  There is no faster news source for lineups, weather, late scratches or other breaking stories out there.  I love what Twitter has done for the game, it’s an ideal pairing I think.  I almost always have my laptop open with Twitter up while I’m watching games.  

The thing with Twitter though is you have to be following the right people to make it worth your while.  I gave the commenter a blanket statement on who to follow, but it gave me an idea to just write an article on the subject.  So, here we have the MattTruss guide to DFS Twitter.  I’ve broken this up into different categories, so pick and chose, or follow them all, it’s your choice.  I hope this helps, I know it’s been an invaluable tool for me.  If nothing else, maybe it’ll save you an hour or so of Googling.  Also, if there is someone I missed that you enjoy following, please add them in the comments.  Sharing is caring and, back to come full circle, is what makes @Razzball awesome!

Please, blog, may I have some more?

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Eric Karabell @HornyOldGuy Did you get that pic I sent you? I LOL’d really hard. They’ll put anything on cats!

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Matthew Berry @EricKarabell I haven’t checked my email today. Trying to get this cellphone to work. Hello? Oh, wait, I was typing that. Please, blog, may I have some more?

Please, blog, may I have some more?