It’s a Coors night on Draft.com. You want exposure to at least one side of the thin Colorado air. Certain players excel visiting the Rockies, like Andrew McCutchen. With lefty Kyle Freeland going, there are a number of Giants who can do damage. Jeff Samardzija can always inflate run totals when he’s pitching as well. Get some bats from that game to pair with a few other shrewd spots for a successful night on Draft.

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It was the best of times on Draft, it was the worst of times, it was the age of spin rate, it was the age of launch angle… Charles Dickens wrote of the disruptive world of eighteenth-century Europe in “A Tale Of Two Cities.” Present-day baseball is full of disruption, such as Gerrit Cole and the Astros maximizing spin to dramatic effect.

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A good roster on Draft is a lot like a good vinyl album A side. Your best work shines with 4 or 5 hits. Santana (the band) put out some great records in their time. Carlos Santana (the hitter) is currently producing hits at much the same rate.

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You’ll have to forgive me for any shortcomings in this Draft article. I’ve spent the last two days going down a Childish Gambino rabbit hole (I still can’t believe this is Donald Glover singing Redbone). Glover is one of the most versatile performers going right now, much like A.J. Pollock is one of the most versatile baseball players in the game at the moment. Power, speed, clean-up spot: Pollock is a fantasy triple threat.

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May 1st is International Workers’ Day. If you lived in Europe, you would be off from work today and free to enjoy a day filled with baseball and creating rosters on Draft. Since you don’t and aren’t, I encourage you to exercise your own form of Socialist protest and read this article on company time. Max Scherzer definitely practices Socialism: all hitters get owned equally.

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One of the best things on Draft.com is the ability to easily play the early evening games that are popping up more and more. Other sites leave them off their main slates, and that makes them the stray cats of the DFS world. Which is a shame, because there’s some good baseball being played between 6:00 and 7:00 Eastern Standard Time. So open up your homes/lineups to a cat like Mitch Haniger.

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Tonight is my favorite kind of night on Draft.com. The small rosters usually mean you’re choosing between great hitter A and great hitter B. Some tough match-ups equals slimmer than usual pickin’s for this slate. That’s going to help you gain an edge by doing your homework and finding advantageous spots for players like Justin Bour and Mike Foltynewicz. So sharpen up your pencil, and maybe stop doodling inappropriately.

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Tonight is the first night of the season I actually feel really good about playing some DFS. So much so that I don’t feel the need to take up space with witty filler. A multitude of SP1s, like Jacob deGrom (more on him later), will make it easier than usual to get your hitters first on Draft.com. There’s a game in Coors Field and finally some warmer weather. On top of that, we have plenty of mediocre left-handed pitchers to target. Those are the staples of DFS lineup building.

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Oh, hello there, likely corporate professional who’s working and definitely not wasting company resources. Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Roto-Wan, like Obi-Wan, but good at fantasy stuff as opposed to good in fantasy stuff. Let’s get squared away for the day on Draft.com. What I enjoy most about Draft is that you get to actually roster your favorite players, like Mike Trout, as opposed to staring at their salary and wondering how many Alex Gordons it would take to fit him in. Mike Trout is good. Having him in your lineup is good. You like good things. You can also have a good pitcher and there’s three of them today (Chris Sale, for example: more on him in a bit). The rotations have turned over and aces are back in the deck. Bring on the sequels.

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