Daily Archives: August 14, 2016

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For Fanduel, DraftKings, and Fanpicks 8/15/16


DraftKings Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (8/15/16): MLB DFS Advice

Fanduel Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Picks (8/15/16): MLB DFS Advice

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Daily Matchups for 8/15/2016


Max Scherzer

Drew Smyly

Matt Moore

Drew Pomeranz

David Phelps



Milwaukee Brewers Week in Review: August 8 – 14

The Milwaukee Brewers started off the week with back-to-back losses to Atlanta at home.  They went on to split the series with 4-3 and 11-3 wins.  Over the weekend the Crew lost to Cincinnati 7-4 and 11-5, then won 7-3 on Sunday.  Going into Monday’s action the Brewers have a 52-64 record and are in fourth place in the NL Central, 21.5 games behind the Chicago Cubs.



Alex Rodriguez, Prince Fielder and Two Different Types of Retirement

By: William Earl Robinson

At the end of this week one of the most controversial players in the sport of baseball is going to retire. Alex Rodriguez is finally going to hang up his cleats and with that action will finally relinquish the hostage situation that he was employing on the Yankees organization. Also retiring after 10 short years is a different sort of player a player who is retiring way ahead of his time. Prince Fielder is hanging up his cleats and with that action baseball loses an amazing ambassador for the game and a wonderful energetic personality for fans to enjoy. There couldn’t be a more stark contrast between any two players.

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Michael Brantley To Have Season-Ending Right Shoulder Surgery


8/13/16, photo courtesy of Chuck Crow via The Plain Dealer

i wish i had better news to report. let me just cut to the chase and give it to you like i’m ripping off a band-aid–quick and painful. Michael Brantley’s rehab attempts are officially over now because today, on August 13, Terry Francona announced that he will need to have another surgery on his right shoulder, which will ultimately end his 2016 season. it’s scheduled for Monday, August 15 at TMI Sports Medicine in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Keith Meister and Dr. Mark Shickendantz will both perform the operation of which the specifics were not yet released.

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