Author Archives: Joe Metz

Prime Pitchers – 6/17/17

With an Early-Only slate larger than the Main slate, I will be focusing on the 4:05 ET lock and likely fading the main slate. We’ve got a plethora of pitching options atop the position, but the necessity to pay all the way up is not necessarily there.

Below are my top three pitching options for today’s slate and why I think they warrant consideration.

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Prime Pitchers – 6/11/17

We’ve got our usual 1:05 PM ET Sunday Main Slate on Fanduel this afternoon and some intriguing pitching options toeing the rubber. For this edition of Prime Pitching, I’ll be switching it up and including my two favorite pitching options on the slate while also writing up my two least favorite options (in other words, two pitchers to stack against). Read more

Prime Pitchers – 6/1/17

June is already here and the baseball season is flying by. I’ve been meaning to crank out articles lately but since starting a full-time job, my opportunities have been few and far between. With that being said, I’m going to continue to do what I can to get out content for you guys and piggyback off of Cody, who’s been KILLING it with WNBA, so hopefully my MLB articles can follow suit. Read more

Value Vault: MLB 5/26/17

With Max Scherzer, Jacob deGrom and Chris Archer all taking the mound in plus matchups, value is going to be a necessity on tonight’s 15-game MLB DFS slate.

Obviously value can be hard to find before lineups are confirmed, so for this value vault article, I will include a value pitcher and two value bats that I find based on their projected batting spots. Read more

MLB Plays of the Day – 5/23/17

Kershaw slates are always interesting given him astronomical price every time he takes the mound, but tonight’s is a bit more interesting in my eyes for two reasons: There are a number of viable pivots that I expect to depress Kershaw’s ownership, and the entire St. Louis Cardinals’ team is priced below $2,000 on FanDuel – offering beautiful one-offs for salary relief (Dexter Fowler). Read more

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