Daily Archives: June 22, 2016
Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner)
One of the biggest blunders made by many gamblers is betting against themselves. We are going to simplify the process, so if you win, you can really win – none of this barely break even nonsense.
Our new Draft Strategy is now here. Please read after the post.
Now here is what we are going to do for today’s MLB DFS FanDuel style.
We Will Give You – Daily
5 team stacking options ( We are going to draw most of our players from these 5 squads).
3 Pitching candidates (High level, midlevel and budget).
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How The Sharks Rip Your MLB DFS Dollars Away From You (Especially On Coors Field + Kershaw Game Slates): What You Can Do About It
With New York recently bringing back MLB DFS under new guidelines, and with the gaming commission giving a serious look at lower player entries per contest, they hope to give the allusion that the games are all playing fair the average player…But will it work?? Hell no…There is a section of guys that rig the contests based on their bankroll, and it is a guarantee they have aligned themselves with other ‘sharks’ to just get more creative – in order to tip the deck in their favor. we take a look at how the biggest high stakes rollers in MLB DFS take your money.
BY Hugh Hawkins:
With New York being involved in with DraftKings and FanDuel, coming soon to a theater near you is new rules on maximum entries. Those are said to be 150 Max Rosters (per contest), or the equivalent of 3% of the total entries (Whichever…
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P – Jerad Eickhoff (vs. Minnesota Twins): $9,400. All of the top tier pitchers have tough match-ups on Thursday, but Eickhoff has a very favorable matchup. He will be facing the Minnesota Twins, who have scored the fewest runs in the American League this year. So far in 2016, Eickhoff is 4-9, with a 3.49 ERA, 83 hits against, and 73 strikeouts in 85 innings pitched. His record isn’t pretty, but it is more a matter of lack of run support, which shouldn’t be an issue against the Twins.
P – Tim Lincecum (vs. Oakland Athletics): $7,100. Lincecum dominated the A’s in his season debut on Saturday. The A’s offense has really struggled recently, so Lincecum should be able to take care of business again on Thursday. Over the last seven games, the A’s rank 29th in runs, 29th in OBP, and 29th in slugging. This will also be Lincecum’s debut at his home stadium, so the crowd will be behind him, which should help him succeed.
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Daily Matchups for 6/23/2016
Gone are the obstructed view seats. Gone is the roar of the crowd. Gone are the locker rooms legends once walked. Gone is “The Corner.” Or at least the building that once stood proudly at the intersection of Michigan and Trumball. In Detroit.
For all of its problems—crooked mayors, high crime rates, high drug use, soaring poverty, empty lots and even entire blocks, and so on and so forth—Detroit has a lot of things going for it. It’s the home to Stroh’s beer, Sander’s Ice Cream, Faygo, Vernor’s, coneys (REAL ones! Like those at Lafayette Coney Island. Their arch-nemesis next door ain’t bad either), pizza delivery (Domino’s ring a bell?), awesome pizza in general (try the original Buddy’s when you’re in town), the Motown sound, the real heart of Rock and Roll (I think Detroit got screwed on that one), and great sports teams and fans.
Thankfully Detroit’s done one thing right: Preserved history…kind of. Tiger Stadium, the stadium I grew up with, was torn down in 2009. Admittedly, it had been neglected, not unlike the city itself. In spite of the city’s bankruptcy, in spite of the murders, in spite of the lost population, in spite of the lost jobs, they are still a rightfully proud city. And they kept key parts of the field. Intact still is the very field on which most of the greatest baseball players of all time have played.
Detroit currently doesn’t have much to believe in. It’s all but dead. But what they have done is work on preserving some of the greatest aspects of the city. The old train station that can be seen from The Corner is scheduled for a face lift, for example. And Tiger Stadium…as I said, they’ve kept key aspects of the field although the stadium itself is now long gone. Currently, the group in charge of the space is adamant about what they want done with the space. Although there have been multiple good offers to keep the field and build such things as shopping space around it in an effort to bring back some business, the group has turned down every offer, regrettably. The lot needs more TLC than the dedicated folks can give it. But I am proud of those who push to keep the field groomed and take real pride in preserving the site to the best of their ability. But it deserves more than what
Ed Comber (VP Of The BBBA/Owner – foulballz.com) Follow @foulballz
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