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Friday 19th Jan 2018

Mastersball’s daily MLB DFS projections for DraftKings, RealTime Sports, FanDuel, Fantasy Aces and Yahoo daily games are now for Mastersball Platinum subscribers only. Not yet a member? Join today!

Accessible from our front page at noon each day and updated before first-pitch, let’s put the projections to use at RealTime Sports, specifically the Mastersball Daily 50-50 GPP contest with $135 in prizes available for just a $5 entry fee. Do not delay joining, as the Mastersball contests are again very popular in 2016.

With a full slate of games, finding players to build a winning team should not be too difficult. Zack Greinke ($9,100) is one of the few top tier pitchers playing today on the home turf. He is my choice for the first starting pitcher. Yordano Venture ($7,100) also has the home field advantage, but he is facing a reborn Michael Wacha. Therefore, my second choice is a toss-up between two expensive hurlers: Jon Lester ($8,900) or Cole Hamels ($8,800).

The Orioles face Erik Johnson in San Diego. Let’s see if we can fit one of their expensive hitters, Manny Machado ($6,600), Chris Davis ($6,500) or Mark Trumbo ($5,600) under the salary cap. It seems that the anemic Oakland A’s offense lights it up in San Francisco. Bay Bridge rivalry, perhaps? Marcus Semien ($4,100), Danny Valencia ($4,500) and Khris Davis ($4,500) are all reasonably priced. Matt Wisler has the tendency to allow home runs. Your lineup should have Indians hitters today, like Rajai Davis ($4,600).

Don't forget that you can indeed match up against the Mastersballers at RealTime Sports and follow me on Twitter @varnica123.

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