Brent (@ExitVelo_BH), Jordan (@ExitVelo_JR), and Zach (@braffz) rank their top 5 ballparks that they have been to. From the green monster, to the Minneapolis skyline, we give you reasons why we have these ballparks in our top 5. We also take a deep dive into ballpark food that we enjoy and suggest what you should get when you’re in town to catch a game. We also give a list of bucket list ballparks that we want to go to.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hello, I hope everyone is enjoying their work day. I welcome you all to another wonderful DFS slate on FanDuel. I know all the way back in week 1 I said I’d try to never recommend a game in Coors Field…well that ends today. Sorry, but you can’t ignore the game in Coors Field. There’s plenty of ways to make sure your lineup isn’t all chalk. Making multiple lineups and stacking each team or stack a whole team 1-8 across a few lineups and I’m talking right down to the catchers. Tony Wolters? Sure, if he’s playing and not Tom Murphy. What about Chris Herrmann? Yeah, him too. The usual suspects are in play as well including Mark Reynolds, Nolan Arenado, Jake Lamb, Charlie Blackmon, and Paul Goldschmidt. Those OF bats ain’t too shabby either, so check and see if Gregor Blanco, Carlos Gonzalez, and/or David Peralta are playing. Just remember: don’t use either of these pitchers, though…DUH. Colorado is playing too well for Walker to make a difference and Hoffman is really really bad.
Now on to the picks…
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This is a community service for all of Razzball nation (/entire post in a Sam Elliot’s voice). A yearly reminder of just how much of a hitter’s park Coors Field really is, and when in doubt, to choose a COORpSe (AKA, in times of draft or waiver wire indecision, grab a Rockies player). If you play daily leagues, you need to know whose hitting at Coors on the home and visiting team. I’ll leave out the obvious COORpSe selections with limbs falling off like Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzales, and focus on the less obvious ones. It goes without saying fantasy baseballers (Grey’s mom’s word) here know the park factor and the advantage of hitting in the thin air and massive outfield in Colorado, but it may still be surprising to see the home/away splits next to each other.
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