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Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) gives you some of his Daily Fantasy Baseball plays for April 24th…
If you were one of those Fantasy owners that didn’t draft a closer, then you are in luck this year as there always seem to be a couple on the waiver wire. The problem is the constant churning and turnover at the position. The closer you grab one week may not keep the job the next. I’d be very cautious in how much of your FAAB money you spend as you certainly may not be getting your money’s worth.
Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) gives you some of his Daily Fantasy Baseball plays for April 23rd…
Closers are losing their jobs all over the league. The legendary Lenny Melnick tries to make sense of the MLB madness.
Last season, Baltimore led the league in homers with 212, a cool 24 more than second-place Seattle. This year they rank 29th with just 10, a cool 19 behind the Angels. What a difference a year makes huh?
FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo, Garion Thorne and Tim Anderson open with a review of Mayo’s Sunday FAAB Waiver Wire session, assessing the pickups of George Springer ($69), Matt Harrison ($3), Josmil Pinto ($2), Neil Walker ($9), Kyle Farnsworth ($4), Henderson Alvarez ($1) and Kyle Gibson ($2). Mayo proclaims Carlos Gomez and his #BaseballSwag as his new undisputed favorite player in baseball. Anderson does not share his enthusiasm.
Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) gives you some of his Daily Fantasy Baseball plays for April 21st…
RotoExperts.com’s Chris Mitchell breaks down how he deals with minor league baseball players in fantasy baseball, breaking down four top prospects.