DraftKings Team of the Day Today I’m playing the $3 Double Up contest. You only have to beat out half of the 50 contestants to win some money, so it’s a good way to start out playing daily fantasy baseball. When you sign up at DraftKings don’t forget to claim
Note: This article was sent to press before the Astros announced placing Justin Maxwell on the 15 DL with a broken hand. Therefore, you should choose someone else as your third outfielder. If you haven’t caught onto the daily fantasy phenomenon then make sure you jump on the bandwagon at Draftkings. Now
DraftKings Team of the Day Today I’m playing the $1,500 Moon Shot, which is a $2 buy-in that pays out the top 200 spots. When you sign up for DraftKings be sure to claim your deposit bonus! Pitchers: Felix Hernandez ($12,300) at Houston – I’d say Felix is the play
The best part about fantasy baseball daily gaming is that the strategy you employ has to change from day to day with each set of new matchups. Today, I’m playing the MLB $1K Moon Shot [$1,000 Guaranteed] for just a $2 entry. First place gets a whopping $200, one hundred
The First Pitch: Happy Tax Day everyone! Make sure you get those taxes filed today. And good luck to everyone running in the Boston Marathon. And because it’s Marathon Monday that means the Boston Red Sox will be playing at 11:05am. Get those lineups set early…speaking of Boston… Boston 5
The First Pitch It was feast or famine night on Wednesday. Five of the thirteen games saw teams score eight or more runs, but there were also four shutouts before the late games even were completed. The Miami Marlins were the only team most people would think would be shutout.
The First Pitch: Fantasy baseball sage Paul Sporer sums up today quite well: Aces looking more like Jokers today! #nailedit — Paul Sporer (@sporer) April 8, 2013 Sunday was a day of Aces performing anything like Aces. Boston 13 Toronto 0 Ace on his face: R.A. Dickey 4 2/3 IP
Thursday was an off day for eight teams, and every game was over by around 10 p.m. Eastern so it was an unusual day in the baseball world. The Blue Jays, Yankees, Phillies, Padres and Royals all won their first games of the year, while the Marlins fell to 0-3.
Please watch this clip for approximately six seconds. Okay, now watch it again and imagine Deniro yelling YUUUUUUUU about four octaves higher, but instead of at Billy Crystal, directed at a laptop with the ‘Stros/Rangers game on. Good, you now understand how my night went. The only knock on Darvish’s absolute
The First Pitch We have to start today’s Fix with this video of Anthony Rizzo absolutely raping the first pitch he saw this season: Bryce Harper didn’t hit a home run on the first pitch he saw, but he did hit a home run in each of his first two