MLB ballplayers may be set apart as a different breed in terms of talent, but men finding out they’re going to be a father?  That’s an almost universal boost of pure “life is good” feeling. Add that to Justin Verlander‘s normal ace of all aces bag of tricks, and today could be one of those sublime virtuoso performances. He’s 9-4 with a 2.05 ERA and .83 WHIP and facing the bottom-dwelling Detroit Tigers.  If that’s not a number one pick, then I’m a Chinese jet pilot.  Now let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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His season has ridden under the radar, like rain in the desert of Arizona, but today Zack Greinke has an indisputable three-headed monster of a start lined up. He is at home where he is 4-1 with a 2.44 ERA and .994 WHIP. He is facing the lowly San Diego Padres, who hit him to a Mendoza-like .177 batting average with a .489 OPS.  And last but not least, over his past three starts, he has pitched like the former Cy Young award winner he is: 3-0, 0.92 ERA, .864 WHIP. It all adds up to a sure thing with your top pick today.  Now let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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When the early spring rolls around, there are these wonderful gatherings in the northeast known as maple festivals.  Now, thanks to big James Paxton, there’s a maple festival every 5th day in the Pacific Northwest. The Big Maple himself, pride of Ladner BC, gets to face the grovelling Kansas City Royals today at home in Seattle.  Paxton beat the Royals earlier in the year 4-2, pitching 6 innings with 10 strikeouts. At home he’s got a 1.098 WHIP and 12.1 K/9.  It all adds up to a dominating start and better bet than the other top starters today.  Now let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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It’s no accident that this blog has taken on a burnt orange hue when recommending starting pitchers.  The Houston Astros are lassoing the competition with a MLB-league-leading ERA.  And the main buckaroo is the intimidating, hard-throwing man who’s proving you can go home againGerrit Cole.  This ace is having an incredible season with a 2.59 ERA, .894 WHIP and 12.3 K/9, and today faces off against the lowly Kansas City Royals.  Grab Cole with your top pick and ride that Texas pony to a win.  Now let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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If you’ve ever been to that little jewel of a ballpark in Houston, you can hear the refrain every game: Deep in the heart of Texas!  And they’re singing it full throat with a World Series win last year and one of the juggernauts this year.  One reason: their starting pitching.  And hiding in plain sight, behind Verlander, Cole, and Morton, is a man by the name of Lance McCullers, and he is indeed the real McCoy.  This year he’s  8-3 with a 3.83 ERA and 1.190 WHIP and today he faces Kansas City, who come in at 22-48 and are 1-9 in their last 10.  Now let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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There’s a common refrain heard all across New York these days. Come on, you know it well….All Rise. Now that’s reserved for a certain gargantuan pinstriped outfielder, but today Yankees fans will be jumping up to cheer Luis Severino. Sevy, as he is lovingly known, has spent the year carving up the league, including the powerful Astros. Today he gets the Mets, who in the best of times hit him to a Mendoza-like .162 average and .581 OPS. It is the worst of times for the Mets, so expecting any resistance to a Severino fastball is just plain foolish. It may be tempting to take Max Scherzer with an early pick, but it is expected to rain and rain some more in Washington today. Kluber is also on the docket, but the Tigers hit a sneaky .791 OPS against him. Instead, grab Luis Severino and get a jump on the competition.  Now let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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When it comes to paying taxes, less is more. When it comes to kids’ toys by the time they’re 10 years old and it’s been piling up? Less is more. If you listen to Emma Watson when it comes to a certain something, less is more.  And when it comes to the Chicago Cubs playing against a depleted New York Mets team, Jon Lester is more.  Lester can’t throw to first base, but he sure can pitch.  This experienced lefty is the best bet for an A+ start today against a team that hits him to a paltry .223 average.  Now let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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Have no fear of black-lung, no lonesome Cowboy Junkies song mentioning silicosis. Instead you can grill without care for carcinogens and feast on the red meat of victory with Gerrit Cole. Mr. Cole is pitching like a Cy Young candidate this year with a record of 5-1, 1.86 ERA, and leading the league with 101 strikeouts. He’s facing the Indians in Cleveland who are only a .500 team despite leading their division. Chris Sale is tempting, but there’s a few Braves who hit him; the same with Strasburg in Miami. Tag Gerrit Cole with a first-round pick and celebrate Memorial Day in style. Let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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For the most part, it’s getting warmer in this great land of ours. But every fifth day, there’s a cold wind blowing from the Northeast. No, winter is not coming, and thanks to George R.R. Martin and HBO, it might never get here. Instead it is the lightning in the golden right arm of Thor himself: Noah Syndergaard. The Norse God has lit it up this year, and today he goes against the suddenly toothless Arizona Diamondbacks.  Without A.J. Pollock, the lineup has underwhelmed, and what’s left barely hits to a .500 OPS against the mighty Syndergaard. Let’s look at a few more early-, middle- and late-round picks for your Draft…drafts!

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They call Draft fantasy for the people, and why not? It’s easy as Sunday morning. Sign up at Draft.com, do a quick snake draft of 3, 4, 6 or 10 players, and get a piece of the payouts. Here at Razzball, we recommend using Value-Based Drafting (VBD) to make the most of your roster. Using Rudy’s tools, you can easily sort values and take the projected points for the final player drafted at each position (P, IF, OF) and subtracting from all the players at that position, then re-ranking based on VBD. In other words, Razzball will give you the inside knowledge you need to dominate your DFS opponents.

Another Sunday, another jam-packed stable of starting pitchers.  James Paxton?  Just threw a no-no and is striking out the world.  Luis Severino?  Sharp as a tack with that fastball and playing on the hottest team in the majors.  Corey Kluber and Dallas Keuchel?  Haven’t they recently won Cy Young awards?  And don’t forget Ohtani: no words for his all-around game.  Of all those big guns, the guy with the best numbers against his opponent and killing it right now?  Jacob deGrom of the New York Metropolitans.  He’s well rested and gets to vault off his DL stint to face the Phighting Phillies, who have hit him to a tiny combined OPS of .530.  Furthermore, he’s doing it in Philadelphia, where he’s 2-0 with a .978 WHIP in his young meteoric career.   It’s Jacob deGrom for the win today.  And hey, if you make the great decision to try out Rudy’s tools here at Razzball, you’ll find the Hittertron and Streamonator — the deGromonator fits right in!

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