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Thursday 29th Jun 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 free Beat the Experts contest. Beat him and you win $2, and believe me, this past week that was not hard to do!

With just a small chance of rain in Cincinnati, we are set for success tonight.

Zack Godley ($4900): After back-to-back eight-strikeout performances on the road in Philly and Colorado, Godley gets the punchless Cardinals (.254 team AVG) at home this evening. The St. Louis offense is even less dangerous with Tommy Pham on the 10-day DL.

Billy Hamilton ($5100): This switch-hitting speedster has three multi-hit games in his last four and with the Over/Under at 9.5 runs for this tilt, I’m taking Hamilton to keep the hot hitting going.

To talk fantasy anytime, you can reach me @PolkaPat and be sure to read more of my thoughts at Fighting Chance Sports.

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 free Beat the Experts contest. Beat me and you win $2, and believe me, this past week that was not hard to do!

Precipitation across the country has settled save some potential showers in Cleveland.

Jordan Zimmermann ($5400): In a day that we should be featuring hitting, pitching is goofy, but Zimmermann, who has four "decent" quality starts in a row goes to a pitcher's venue and takes on the Padres. That is as safe as Sunday gets.

Carlos Gomez ($3400): With five homers and 12 RBI over the past week, Gomez gets to hit off lefty Ariel Miranda, who has pitched well enough, but I suspect not well enough to slow the Houston offense.

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 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 free Beat the Experts contest. Beat him and you win $2, and believe me, this past week that was not hard to do!

Jordan Montgomery ($4700): Captain Obvious told me to talk about Jose Berrios in this spot, but on the cheap, I love Monty. He gets the Angels at home, where he has kept batters honest, while holding them to a .227 BAA, with 39 strikeouts in 35 IP.

Kyle Seager ($5200): Facing a less than impressive Justin Verlander, Seager is in a prime spot to produce for fantasy owners. Seager owns a .412 AVG versus Verlander in 17 at-bats, with five extra- base hits, two homers and eight runs batted in.

We can always talk fantasy @PolkaPat and read more of my thoughts at Fighting Chance Sports.

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 free Beat the Experts contest. Beat me and you win $2, and believe me, this past week that was not hard to do!

Water is still haunting the Eastern Seaboard and Midwest, with showers potentially in Washington, New York, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit, Cleveland and Kansas City.

Alex Wood ($6500): Wood has garnered double-digit points in seven of his last eight starts (the time he missed the total was 9.66) while five weeks ago he shut down the Rockies, in Denver, whiffing ten while allowing no runs over six frames.

Eddie Rosario ($3400): Rosario is hitting .412 over the past week and aside from a quiet game is averaging 3.65 points per game, making him an interesting low-end play against Trevor Bauer, who does get whiffs, but also gives up some homers (12 over 74.6 innings).

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 free Beat the Experts contest. Beat me and you win $2, and believe me, this past week that was not hard to do!

A wet Father's Day abounds with summer showers anticipated in Philadelphia, Cincinnati, New York, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Texas and Detroit.

Didi Gregorius ($4200): Gregorius, a left-handed hitter, is having a solid year that is largely under the radar compared to his teammates, but his .328 average and 3.4 points a game seem pretty good facing Jharel Cotton. 

Jimmy Nelson ($6300): Three quality starts out of his last four, Nelson is averaging 10.4 points per start and last time he faced the Padres was good for 16.

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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