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The Astros offense is starting to click, and who better to figure it out against than the Oakland A’s? While they’ve surprised the baseball world to this point, they still aren’t very good. Not to mention they’re facing Aaron Brooks. He sports a career 6.55 ERA in 180 career innings pitched. He’s going to give […]

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I could not have been more wrong last week on the Texas Rangers stack against Trevor Williams. Hand up, that’s on me. We’ll be better this week. We’re going to start with some fantastic value here in Jordan Hicks at only $6,800. The only cause for hesitation is that he’s playing at Coors Field. On […]

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You’ll have to forgive me, I’m a little out of breath. I’m still in the middle of running the victory lap of telling everyone, everywhere last season to draft Cristian Javier at all costs. Can I see the future, you might ask? No, my friend, I am no fortune teller. At least I don’t think […]

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As we march diligently toward the two-thirds point of the season, we are getting closer and closer to knowing who players actually are for the 2022 campaign. But, because it’s major league baseball, we are also still getting surprised every day. Jordan Montgomery is the best pitcher of the last two weeks? Randy Arozarena has […]

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It took six picks for a college prospect to come off the board at the 2022 MLB Draft in Los Angeles, but a string of eight-consecutive players from the collegiate realm followed — including seven straight position players to cap off the streak. Just like when you’re waiting the better part of an hour for your luggage to appear at baggage claim, then all of a sudden your suitcase, snowboard, pogo stick, camping gear, ninja swords, guitar, mechanical crossbow, and cat all appear on the conveyer belt in a row, one after the other. This has happened to me twice but is incredibly rare. In total, 21 of the 39 players selected in the first round came from the college ranks (including Round 1C and Round CB-A). As always, there’s a lot to unpack with these picks and the subsequent rounds beyond, as 616 total players had their names called across the 20-round, three-day event. I’ll begin by breaking down some of the biggest storylines from the draft and conclude with ranking a handful of sleepers and overhyped players that you should target more or less heavily than their draft position might otherwise indicate. The MLB Draft doesn’t work the same way as it does in many other professional sports leagues. Taking the top player available is quite often not the focus, as bonus pool allocation strategy is frequently at the forefront. Never, ever, ever copy and paste a list of the draftees in order and use that to directly dictate your first-year player draft rankings. Feel free to use it as a frame of reference, then apply your own opinion and the information provided by myself and The Itch to develop your own big board.

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As we march diligently toward the halfway point of the season, we are getting closer and closer to knowing who players are for the season. But we are also still getting surprised every day. Devin Smeltzer is a top-five pitcher over the last two weeks? Alfonso Rivas would have won fantasy managers a matchup last […]

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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. 

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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Good Afternoon Sports Fans, and welcome to Toilet Talk with Jared!

We have a smaller slate to work w/ today and I’ll be focusing my analysis.  In my opinion, it’s a pretty weird slate.  You have some Aces going, but not the ideal match up or a super expensive price.  This has me most likely landing on Jesus Luzardo against the Rangers.  Most of the Rangers pop comes from the left side of the plate, so this is a better match up for Luzardo.

Now lets dig in to today’s slate!

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