Fantasy Baseball

2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

  The National Football League is in full swing today, but for those of you down with baseball still, I’ve got some lineup suggestions for you Draft Kings daily fantasy baseball players. Today I will be once again participating in the Daily Dollar challenge as well as the $2 Moonshot

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

  Today I’m playing the Daily Dollar challenge, and if you’re new to Draft Kings, you can claim your Deposit Bonus here. When Yusmero Petit of the San Francisco Giants nearly throws a perfect game in under 95 pitches, it’s time to start rolling the dice on cheaper pitchers. Petit

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2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

DraftKings Team of the Day It’s another Friday, which means it’s another chance to play in a $1 Double Up contest. There are also several other double up and even triple up contests daily at DK. DraftKings is also just starting its football – college and pro – games so

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

It’s the Thursday schedule once again. There are only seven games on the docket, so the options are limited for everyone playing. Fortunately, there isn’t a shortage of good starting pitchers available. Of the fourteen starters, six have ERAs under 4.00. In addition to that, several more have ERAs under

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTeam Fix

Leave it to Bud Selig to deny us one of the great things about September. The NL Central has three teams vying for the playoffs and now because of the second wild card it looks like all three will make the playoffs. Even with the single wild card, one of

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

September brings the Week 23 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re settling for Starlin Castro, giving up on Derek Jeter, and grabbing a couple of Kansas City speedsters.

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTeam Fix

Die hard baseball fans are still with us and are excited to see a long list of prospects make their September debuts. Unfortunately, the list is a bit short at the beginning of the month. The AAA season hasn’t officially ended yet and some highly thought of prospects are going

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2013 Fantasy FootballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Clayton Kershaw – Mon at COL, Sun at CIN Adam Wainwright – Mon at CIN, Sat vs. PIT Stephen Strasburg – Mon at PHI, Sun at MIA Mat Latos – Mon vs. STL, Sat vs. LAD Cole Hamels – Mon vs. WSH, Sun vs. ATL Chris Sale – Tue at

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

  It’s the first day of September which means football is here. Fortunately at Draft Kings, for those of us that are fantasy baseball junkies, the daily gaming action is still going strong. Today I will be playing the $2 Moon Shot Challenge and the Daily Dollar challenge! If you

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

  This will be the final DL report for the season.  Fantasy playoffs are coming up, and it terms of most of the players on the DL the writing is on the wall regarding their return and impact with a month left to go in the baseball season. Thank you

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

  It’s the last day of August which means football is here. Fortunately at Draft Kings, for those of us that are fantasy baseball junkies, the daily gaming action is still going strong. Today I will be playing the $2 Moon Shot Challenge and the Daily Dollar challenge! If you

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Fantasy Baseball

How many times have you burned an early-round draft pick on a hotshot quarterback only to have a lousy fantasy football season? Many experienced fantasy football enthusiasts suggest that you need to wait until the very end of the draft to pick your quarterback. Owners who wait until the final

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Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy Basketball

Barry Zito We all know nothing in sports is better than a comeback story. Especially players who come back from devastating injuries or even juicier drug addicted tales. 2010 is different. Nothing major happened with these guys, they just slowly fell out of out the limelight. The most interesting thing

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Fantasy Basketball

Chase Headley is on a roll and finally so are the red hot Padres. The first thing you’ll notice on the depth chart is that there are only two veterans in the starting lineup with Adrian Gonzalez and David Eckstein (although the only thing that makes Eckstein a veteran is his

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Fantasy Basketball

Phil Hughes Johnathan Sanchez – 78% ownedTwo double digit strikeout games in a row one of them being a 1 hitter. Expect 200+ strikeouts this year. This guy is “Dirty”!! Kevin Slowey – 76% ownedOnly 5 runs allowed in 3 games so far. His numbers won’t be dominating, but look

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Fantasy Basketball

So long Frankie!! To be frank, (sorry couldn't help myself) I never expected him to be the best closer with the name Francisco in the league but I still had high hopes for him. He started off so damn hot when CJ WIlson went down in 2009.  Coming back from

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

  Thursday was quite painful, as eight of my nine lineups would’ve cashed in the $27 GPP, with 38 points minimum, had silly Mason Raymond been involved in any of the five Calgary goals in their 5-0 victory over the hapless Hurricanes, but today is a new day thankfully. There

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

Just a five game slate this weekend, but there’s still some great action going on over at Draft Kings. If you are a new user to Draft Kings please use this link to sign up! The main event tonight is a $10,000 Face-off GPP with a $27 entry fee *Note this is a

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Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT Bell was the NFL’s official Fantasy MVP last year. He racked up 2,215 yards from scrimmage and scored 11 touchdowns. More than 850 of those yards came courtesy of his 83 receptions. He had an incredible run of three games down the stretch with at least 200 yards and a

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Fantasy Football

2014 was a year in which there was plenty of sizzle but hardly any steak when it came to rookie running backs. Names like Bishop Sankey and Terrance West were must have’s going into the draft. Then as the season wore on those high picks you invested in guys turned out to

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