Last night, team ROTOscouting cashed in five, 50/50 tournaments — a nice night considering Buster Posey was out and family commitments kept me from a final check at daily fantasy baseball starting lineups. In all, $15,700 for five players yielded 13.91 points. Fortunately, having $19,300 to spread across five additional players afforded us Yasiel Puig and more. Monday through Friday, ROTOscouting will provide subscribers bargain basement options to help win the day.
Daily Fantasy Baseball DiamondsYesterday, Eric Hosmer saved the day in daily fantasy baseball. The Diamond of the night, his 7.5 point performance buoyed an otherwise lackluster group. Overall, $15,400 spent on four, bargain basement players returned 12.5 Fanduel points. Not ROTOscouting’s best performance, but good enough to where $1,000 per point from star level talents would all but guarantee a 50/50 victory. Each day, I’ll bring readers my best value picks. Subscribe and let’s profit together.
Finding daily fantasy baseball diamonds on a day with so few MLB games is a daunting task. When many owners are on the same guys, it’s difficult to select players outside of the “Captain Obvious” plays. Today, we’ll look at a discounted starting pitcher and multiple infielders worth starting today due to strong situational match ups. Monday through Friday, ROTOscouting brings readers bargain basement recommendations so owners can round out rosters with stars.
Today, let’s jump right into ROTOscouting’s picks featuring four players primed to have big games at home. We’ll cover subscribers at catcher, third base, shortstop and in the outfield so Masahiro Tanaka, tonight’s top starter, can be used. Check back daily for more daily fantasy baseball picks and subscribe for less than $1 per week as we share our top plays throughout the season.
Daily Fantasy Baseball DiamondsDid readers play Ian Kennedy in Daily Fantasy Baseball last night? Our top diamond chipped in 18 points for just $6,900. And while Yasmani Grandal, Michael Choice and Carl Crawford combined for just one point, 19 points for a combined $15,300 left players with nearly $20,000 for five additional players. Today’s picks include an undervalued pitcher, pair of athletic $2,600 players and a National League situational masher who’ll sneak in a few starts at designated hitter. Each day, I spend 1.5-2 hours breaking down match ups and providing ROTOscouting subscribers with my best bargain basement picks for less than $1 per week.
Daily Fantasy Baseball DiamondsLast night, ROTOscouting’s daily fantasy baseball diamonds combined for 18.16 points at a cost of $15,500. Unfortunately, my stacking of Angels hitters against the terrible awesome Vidal Nuno backfired and Howie Kendrick, Albert Pujols and Mike Trout sealed my fate. It happens. At least the diamonds hit — including Derek Jeter who hit his first home run of the 2014 season. Today, we’re digging deep f0r a quartet of players with excellent match ups including a sleeper pitcher capable of posting big points.
It was a night to remember in daily fantasy baseball. Robbie Ray ($3,000) had a successful MLB debut and the game’s best mashers mashed. My lineup scored 47.83 points, yet finished outside of the top-10 in every 50/50. Of course a top-20 finish equals money, so a win is a win. Yesterday’s diamonds combined for 16.08 points at a combined salary of $8,500. That’s 1.89 points per thousand spent! Monday-Friday, subscribers will receive my best picks for less than $1 per week.
Today, we’ll feature an abbreviated Daily Fantasy Baseball Diamonds. Why? Because I’m cramming my lineup full of big boppers tonight and going for tournament glory. Yesterday, ROTOscouting squeaked out five, 50/50 cashes on the back of the great Alcides Escobar, a diamond here yesterday. His six-plus point effort put it over the top. Read diamonds Monday through Friday and use them to supplement a team of stars. For less than $1 per week, I’ll do all the dirty work and spend 1.5-2 hours per day finding the best possible values.
Friday was another banner day. With four more 1st place finishes and a 2nd, ROTOscouting has won eight of nine 50/50 match ups outright in daily fantasy baseball. We recommended $15,500 in players who combined for 36.75 points. What does this mean? Subscribers could have thrown darts at the other four starting spots and still cashed. Now those are great odds! For less than $1 per week, I sift through all the match ups and bring the best values to ROTOscouting subscribers. The players I recommend to readers are the ones I play myself in daily fantasy baseball.
Thursday was a first for me in daily fantasy baseball. Four, 40 person 50/50 tournaments, four 1st place finishes. Yesterday’s diamonds (Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Desmond Jennings, Pedro Alvarez and Corey Dickerson combined for 18.75 points and cost readers $12,600. At an average of 1.49 points per thousand spent the return on investment was huge for these undervalued assets. Today, we’ll feature four diamonds (and a bonus player) with even better situational match ups than yesterday’s group. Each day, I spend more than 90-minutes working to bring ROTOscouting readers the best daily picks on the planet. Read all of them for less than $1 per week.
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