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Thursday 27th Apr 2017

Here we are at the DFS challenge with our pals at RealTime Sports, where you can match up against my Mastersball mates and me, and prove to your friends that you are surely a better player than I!

Tune in here daily, as Lawr and I pick up the Mastersball gauntlet where you can play our daily 50/50 game ($5) or come right after Lawr on Fridays in the $2 Beat the Experts contest.

The weather looks good around the nation tonight with the exception of St. Louis, where there is a chance of showers, and some possible wind in Boston, so no excuses tonight.

Rougned Odor ($5600): With a career .423 batting average versus Hector Santiago, and an Average Contact Distance of 262 feet, Odor is primed for a multi-hit game in Arlington tonight.

Daniel Norris ($6200): Norris will not blow you away with strikeouts, but he does sport a batting average against of .250 at home vs. righties and has allowed only four hits against that group while walking just two. This young pitcher is making strides this season as a late-round flier.

You can always reach me @PolkaPat to talk fantasy or anything else.

Here we are at the DFS challenge with our pals at RealTime Sports, where you can match up against my Mastersball mates and me, and prove to your friends that you are surely a better player than I!

Tune in here daily, as Patrick and I pick up the Mastersball gauntlet where you can play our daily 50/50 game ($5) or come right after me on Fridays in the $2 Beat the Experts contest. 

The thought that summer is upon us is now an afterthought as rain is anticipated in a bunch of MLB cities: Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, and Denver.

Danny Duffy ($7100): Duffy is still moderately priced for an ace, and carries a 1.32 ERA, 22 whiffs over 27.3 frames, and four quality starts under his belt thus far and faces the youthful White Sox.

Max Kepler ($4500): The left-handed hitting Kepler has quietly raised his early line to .277-2-9 and gets to face the still mostly untested Andrew Cashner in Texas.

Don't forget, you can hit me up @lawrmichaels and also feel free to comment, flatter, cajole, ridicule, bewitch, bother, and bewilder in the comments section below.

Here we are at the DFS challenge with our pals at RealTime Sports, where you can match up against my Mastersball mates and me, and prove to your friends that you are surely a better player than I!

Tune in here daily, as Patrick and I pick up the Mastersball gauntlet where you can play our daily 50/50 game ($5) or come right after me on Fridays in the $2 Beat the Experts contest. 

The threat of rain looms over Baltimore, but the rest of the country seems to be anticipating clear skies.

Jed Lowrie ($3700): Lowrie, who switch-hits, has six of those hits his past three games, and is going up against a very hittable Yovani Gallardo (0-2, 6.19, 4.6 fantasy points per start).

Danny Salazar ($8300): Coming off a great start (six innings, one run, seven whiffs, 16 fantasy points), Salazar faces the White Sox and their .191 average versus right-handers.

Don't forget, you can hit me up @lawrmichaels and also feel free to comment, flatter, cajole, ridicule, bewitch, bother, and bewilder in the comments section below.

Here we are at the DFS challenge with our pals at RealTime Sports, where you can match up against my Mastersball mates and me, and prove to your friends that you are surely a better player than I!

Tune in here daily, as Patrick and I pick up the Mastersball gauntlet where you can play our daily 50/50 game ($5) or come right after me on Fridays in the $2 Beat the Experts contest. 

The threat of rain hangs in Baltimore as well as in San Francisco, where one good stack potential lives with Matt Cain taking the hill.

Amir Garrett ($5300): Building on his 12-strikeout loss last week, the Reds rookie gets the struggling Brew Crew for the first time in what should be fun for him.

Devon Travis ($5000): Travis has hits in three of his last four games, including a homer Sunday, and that says maybe he is breaking out of the slump that has been nagging him. Going up against Jesse Chavez offers some nice possibilities.

Don't forget, you can hit me up @lawrmichaels and also feel free to comment, flatter, cajole, ridicule, bewitch, bother, and bewilder in the comments section below.

Here we are at the DFS challenge with our pals at RealTime Sports, where you can match up against my Mastersball mates and me, and prove to your friends that you are surely a better player than I!

Tune in here daily, as Patrick and I pick up the Mastersball gauntlet where you can play our daily 50/50 game ($5) or come right after me on Fridays in the $2 Beat the Experts contest. 

April showers are still on the horizon in Baltimore and Philadelphia, but the rest of the evening slate seems dry.

Jose Ramirez ($5100): The switch-hitting Ramirez has a solid .322-4-16 line and gets to take on the erratic Mike Pelfrey. Oh boy.

Robbie Ray ($6400): With #3 starters on most venues today, I went with the strikeout meister, and Ray, who has 24 over 18.1 frames, is certainly that. Add in the Dodgers lead the Majors in being whiffed by lefties, and are hitting just .215 against them.

Don't forget, you can hit me up @lawrmichaels and also feel free to comment, flatter, cajole, ridicule, bewitch, bother, and bewilder in the comments section below.

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