It is Thursday, June 30th meaning we are in for a small main slate of just five games tonight! Sometimes there are only three or so, so in comparison, this is a decent-sized small slate ha! The pitching tonight is not great, making some mediocre pitchers look good. Yusei Kikuchi, Kyle Hendricks, and Jason Alexander are all guys I want […]

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Well, we had a rough go of DFS last Tuesday, but hopefully can right the ship today. We hit on both pitchers, but the bats were in hiding. My Orioles stack produced zero runs, and Goldy ended up getting the day off. Elsewhere around baseball we have seen some prospect call-ups finally happening with Oneil […]

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Hogan’s Heroes was a fine television show in the early 1970s.  Only a portion of the readership will have any recollection of the show.  The best thing about Hogan’s is there was never a reboot.  The network/writers left a good thing alone and stuck with the original.  The same thing cannot be said for other […]

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If you’ve got a younger sibling, you may remember those days when you’d take advantage of your physical/athletic superiority over them. You’d feel really big and bad if you could out-wrestle them; you’d let them get leads on you when playing sports at home, only to come back and take the lead and win at […]

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Hopefully, the first day of summer on Tuesday brings with it some nice victories in DFS as it was a buzz-saw of a weekend for me. I’ve been dealing with a visit from everybody’s favorite virus since Friday. I am fortunate, as symptoms are mild, but it still feels like I’ve run three marathons every […]

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Have the A’s traded Frankie Montas (FD $10,200/DK $8,300) yet? They haven’t? So he still gets to pitch in cavernous Oakland Coliseum, and he still is facing the 25th-in-MLB-in-OPS-vs-RHPs and 25th-in-MLB-in-road-OPS Royals tonight? Looks like we’ve found our SP lead for this week. Montas has had a terrific year so far, pitching to 3.40/1.05 ratios […]

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