Welcome back to Tuesday’s edition of FanDuel DFS here at Razzball. It’s a hot and humid day across the land with many interesting matchups. Max Scherzer ($10,600) is back in Philly for the 4th time this season, but this time he’s wearing blue. He should be the top option tonight as he battles Aaron Nola ($9,900) and the 1st place Phillies. I can see both these guys being jacked up and ready to battle, however, I can also see both offenses taking advantage of the weather. Either way, if you have the opportunity to watch this game, it should be as entertaining as August baseball can get.

Sean Manaea ($10,000) is the 2nd highest-priced arm on the road vs Cleveland. The heat index in this one is going to be over 100 degrees with over 85% humidity, so it’s not the best spot for Manaea who is having a career year. One of my go-to guys tonight is going to be rookie Logan Gilbert ($8,900) at home vs Texas. He’s been average to this point with plenty of ups and downs, but the strikeout stuff is there and the matchup is prime for a big game. 

Good luck tonight, and remember to stay positive and visualize that bankroll spiking. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

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Welcome back to the Tuesday edition of Fanduel DFS here on Razzball. Full slate tonight and almost zero weather concerns. It’s hot and humid across the land, and with not many aces going tonight, I’m expecting plenty of runs to be scored. We have a few solid pitching matchups at the top and not much else that jumps out. The heat gets me excited, particularly in KC and Philly for whatever reason. I’m looking for the overlooked stacks to mix in with that high ceiling semi-chalk. 

Good luck tonight, and remember to stay positive and visualize that bank roll spiking. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

 

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Welcome back to the Tuesday edition of Fanduel DFS here on Razzball. I hope you all enjoyed a nice break from the grind last week, I know I did. Nice little trip to Vegas prior to the break, followed by a golf tournament in southern Michigan this past weekend has me relaxed and ready to take on the second half with confidence. 

Tonight we have a near full slate of games on Fanduel’s main slate with minor weather concerns in Toronto, and expected rain throughout the game in Atlanta. Because of this, our top priced pitcher, Yu Darvish ($11,200),  may again be in danger of delays or postponement. The pitching options overall tonight are quite shaky. Trevor Rogers ($10,00) gets a hot Nationals team in D.C. Aaron Nola ($9,100) is returning to the mound after 14 days off and a stay on the COVID-19 injured list (though he never tested positive). Wade Miley ($9,300) keeps doing his thing but has only eclipsed 40 fanduel points 2 times in 10 starts since his no-no back on May 7. I have my eyes on two guys under $9,000 who’s price and matchup look good enough to highly consider tonight. 

Good luck tonight, and remember to stay positive and visualize that bank roll spiking. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

 

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Welcome back to Fanduel DFS Tuesdays here at Razzball. We have an almost full slate (Indians @ Rays postponed due to tropical storm) and our top two arms (Jacob deGrom vs MIL & Carlos Rodon @ MIN) are in spots where rain is likely. If the situation changes, deGrom is the guy to own tonight, but we have to have other places to pivot if that game doesn’t go. 

The wind is blowing out in Baltimore where the Blue Jays take on whoever the Orioles decide to throw out there. The Os face off against Steven Matz who could struggle in this environment, making Baltimore a sneaky stack. In the Windy City, the struggling Cubs take on the Phillies with the wind blowing out to center. The Phillies side of this matchup will be highly owned so keep that in mind. Aaron Nola could very well dominate, however, I’m staying away from him tonight and may even get myself a few low owned Cub stacks. 

Good luck tonight, and remember to stay positive and visualize that bank roll spiking like Bitcoin in April. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

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Welcome back to Tuesday DFS here on Razzball. Tuesdays are quite the task if you’re playing the main slate. 15 games on the docket today, including Coors and many other great hitting spots. There’s also a plethora of solid pitching options today and it seems paying for the top arms might be the way to go, seeing as there are 10 games with a total at or above 9. 

Tonight’s choice on the mound will be a tough one but there should be multiple guys who could get you that 50+ number needed to cash out. We have Brandon Woodruff ($11,400) at home vs the Cubs as the highest-priced pitcher, followed by Robbie Ray ($10,800) at home vs Seattle, Kevin Gausman ($10,500) in L.A. opposite Walker Buehler ($10,000). Under 10K you’ll find Lucas Giolito, Jose Urquidy, Charlie Morton, and Trevor Rogers, all of whom are solid options. 

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Welcome back my fellow Razzies. We have a near-full slate on the docket tonight and we’re going to have to sift through the games to find the arms, stacks, and value we need to make this Tuesday our most profitable to date. It’s Wander Franco night in Tampa! Tune in to watch him crush his first MLB home run off Eduardo Rodriguez. 

Last week we had almost no aces on the board and the pitcher who ended up winning tournaments for people is back in action tonight. It’s not Wheeler, Cole, Scherzer, Kershaw or Giolito. It’s the almighty bringer of rain; the golden god of the mound; you all know who I’m talking about… It’s Mr. CHRIS FLEXEN! That’s right, last Tuesday, Flexen fired 8 scoreless vs the Twins and racked up 56 FanDuel points on a full slate where he cost just $1,000 more than the most expensive hitter. Sadly, his price has gone up and now he’s $1,300 more than Vladdy, the priciest hitter. Seriously though, his matchup is great and you’ll see why down below. 

On a 14 game slate like we have tonight, it’s going to be fairly easy to differentiate your lineups even if you choose to stack the chalky spots like the Astros vs Lopez. Houston was a part of many winning lineups last night and they were the extreme chalk on such a small slate. Tonight, they’ll be chalk again, but we have 27 other places to go for stacks as opposed to 11 last night.

Good luck tonight, and remember to stay positive and visualize that bankroll spiking like Bitcoin in April. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

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On the surface, the pitching side of this slate looks pretty trashy. But once you dive a little deeper you’ll find… Ewwwwww! Gross! Yu Darvish is the only legit ace on tonight’s slate and he’s in Coors. On such a massive 15 game slate you’d expect to have at least a handful of solid places to turn for pitching. Tonight, however, that’s not quite the case. Trevor Rogers ($10,000) is the most expensive pitcher and should be a semi-solid option tonight in St. Louis. 

 

On such a large slate with a lack of solid pitching options, I expect offense will be potent tonight. Vegas thinks so as well judging by the fact that only 2 of the 30 teams (Marlins and Cardinals) have an implied run total under 4. Last night, we saw no real stacks that paid off as offense was down across the land. Tonight, I expect some teams to go off and the key is going to be getting some leverage by plugging in the correct lower owned stacks and pairing them with the right guy(s) on the mound. I guess that’s the goal every night, but, ya know. 

 

The way to go yesterday was to fade the highly owned Padres vs Austin Gomber. Tonight, that’s going to be very hard to do. The Padres have a 6.9 implied run total (my lord) and face Chi Chi Gonzalez on a mid 90 degree day in Coors Field. So make sure if you’re going the Padres route you differentiate as much as possible in your other 5 or 6 lineup spots. 

 

Good luck tonight, and remember to stay positive and visualize that bank roll spiking like Bitcoin in April. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

 

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Welcome to another installment of Tuesday MLB DFS here on Razzball. We have a full slate of games on tonight’s slate, with some possible rain in parts of the midwest and northeast. Though this slate isn’t loaded with aces on the mound, there are quite a few nice spots to consider. The top options on the mound today include Tyler Glasnow vs WAS, Shane Bieber @ STL, Walker Buehler @ PIT, and Chris Bassitt vs ARI. The fact there aren’t an abundant amount of solid places to go on the mound means there’s likely going to be some teams that go off tonight at the plate. Places I’m going to turn for bats include Oakland, Philadelphia, Dodgers, and San Diego. 

Good luck tonight, and remember to stay positive and visualize that bankroll spiking like Bitcoin in April. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

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Welcome to another installment of Tuesday MLB DFS here on Razzball. We have a near full slate of games on tonight’s main slate, with near perfect weather in most places. It’s warm across the land and bats are beginning to show life. As hard as it is to believe, we’ve gone almost a full week without a no hitter. Seasonal stats are beginning to become more useful as we near the 50 game mark for most teams. 

 

We welcome the return of a decent arm in the Mets’ rotation as average MLB Starting Pitcher Jacob deGrom returns to the mound after missing two starts due to side issues. But seriously, he couldn’t ask for a better matchup to return to as he takes on the Rockies at home. This slate isn’t lacking in stud arms as there are 8 or 9 guys who are likely aces on seasonal teams. However, out of the group of 8 or 9, I’m going to focus my energy on 2 or 3. Good luck tonight, stay positive and visualize that bank roll spiking like Bitcoin in April. Visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go! 

 

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Welcome to another Tuesday edition of FanDuel MLB DFS. We have a packed slate today and not too many studs on the mound. That could mean offense will be plentiful.

There’s a few spots I like tonight for starting pitching. One spot is the down right filthy Brandon Woodruff taking on the Royals. Another? Well, that’s my guy Andrew Heaney. Every other start for Heaney has had a return of 50+ FanDuel points. That means he’s due for another today, right? I know, I know. This isn’t great analysis or reason to use a guy in DFS, however, Heaney is capable of a slate winning outing and I just don’t see that many places tonight. I do like Julio Urias ($10,000) at home vs the DBacks, and I’m sure I’ll have him in some places, but I’d rather pay way down to Heaney and get some juicy bats in the lineup tonight.

The hitting portion today is going to be quick and to the point. Lotta places to go. I tried to give a high, mid and low priced guy at each position. Though sometimes it doesn’t work out that way and I’m not going to force a guy into this list solely based on $$$. Good luck tonight. Be positive and visualize your success! You HAVE to believe it to be true before it can happen. Go with your gut and do it with confidence. Let’s go!

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Happy Tuesday and welcome to another edition of FanDuel DFS here on Razzball. We have a near-full slate and the only weather to worry about is Colorado where the Padres and taking on the Rockies. Tonight’s top-priced pitcher is John Means ($11,000) vs the Mets. Fresh off a no-hitter, Means looks awesome. However, I’m going to pay down a bit for pitching today and his price is a bit too rich for my blood on a slate like this. If you’re also on board with fading Means, there are many pivot options. What say we have a good DFS night tonight, eh? 

 

Build your lineups with confidence and visualize the money coming in. Go with your gut and stop second-guessing yourself. Don’t take what people suggest as something that IS going to happen, we are just laying out what we believe to be advantageous matchups and plays. If the ownership of a stack you like is projected to be super high, fade it. In GPPs, it’s very unlikely you take it down on a full slate tourney with a stack that’s 22% owned. Remember, this is baseball and anything can happen on any given night. And with that, we cue the music…

 

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of FanDuel DFS here on Razzball. It’s May the 4th! Congrats to those who’ve been cashing in on their DFS lineups so far, and for those of you who’ve yet to find that heater, let’s stay positive and turn it around TODAY! It’s the Jacob deGrom slate and I don’t care what his price is, he’s the best pitcher in baseball and is always atop the player pool when it’s his turn. Hopefully, the force will be with the Mets’ bats and they’ll put up some runs to get JdG a W.

There’s all kinds of spots to go tonight on this 11 game slate, but the key is going to be hitting on those salary-saving bats, OR, finding that lower-priced arm that goes off if you’re into that type of thing. I’m not an advocate of fading deGrom, but there are some juicy high-priced bats that would be fun builds if you can find the right guy to get you those 40-50 points out of the P slot. The top 3 SP on my board tonight are all in solid spots. We have deGrom ($12,500) @ Cardinals, Aaron Nola ($9,200) vs Brewers, and Nick Pivetta ($8,300) vs Tigers. I’ll say it now, if I’m not going with deGrom, there are only 3 other spots I feel okay/good about. And honestly, I’m only going there if the weather is still super shaky leading up to game time. There’s a sneaky pivot that I like, but it’ll take balls to do so. Let’s get down to business.

 

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