FantasyScore DFS Picks for 6/18/15 (Brian) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brian Walton   
Thursday, 18 June 2015 09:33

On Thursday, I will be ready to take you on from my regular spot - 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 continue to quickly fill up each day.

Here are a couple of my picks.

Though Chris Archer ($9600) may be the best of a middle-of-the-pack pitching field on Thursday, I favor Pittsburgh’s Gerrit Cole ($9200). While both are on the road, I like Cole’s chances against the White Sox better than the Rays starter’s outlook at Nationals Park. The Bucs’ star is on a roll, having allowed just one June run over 20 innings pitched.

I bought Brandon Crawford ($4900) as my final hitter in NL Tout this spring and the Giants shortstop has arguably been my biggest offensive contributor. San Francisco is in Seattle Thursday night with lefty Mike Montgomery making the start. The left-handed hitting Crawford has been doing considerable damage against left-handed pitching with a 1.076 OPS this season. His success does not appear to be a fluke, as his .879 OPS vs. LHP in 2014 affirms.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 18 June 2015 11:05
FantasyScore DFS Picks for 6/17/15 (Special Guest) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 12:58

FScore-160x320Lots of great pitching along with lots of great hitting available to use in Wednesday's Mastersball 50/50 Challenge, Do you spend big on one of the five bonafide aces? Pick on the Phillies? Here's what our special guest commentator Zodd Tola has to say about tonight's slate.

Cashing in 50/50s is all about nailing the pitching and filling in with solid hitting, focusing on batters in the top-five lineup spots. Tonight there's no messing around. If you're not using Clayton Kershaw ($9400) as one of your two pitchers, you're not doing it right. Whether to use another ace is up for debate, but not for me. Another southpaw, David Price ($9200), come on down.

You don't need to stack in cash games. As a matter of fact, they should be avoided. But you are going to want some cheap exposure to some of the better hitting opportunities. A middle infield of DJ LeMahieu ($4000) and Jung Ho Kang is a great place to start. Chris Colabello ($3700) gets you a piece of the outstanding matchup in Toronto.

Another couple of cheap plays and you'll be able to work in either Paul Goldschmidt ($6200) or Anthony Rizzo ($6100), both primed for great nights. Which one did I use? Only one way to find out (assuming you can figure out my username).

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 June 2015 15:35
FantasyScore DFS Picks for 6/16/15 (Marc) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marc Meltzer   
Tuesday, 16 June 2015 08:52

What looked to be a night with a myriad of weather concerns turned out to be not so bad with only one postponement. One of the great aspects of FantasyScore is they allow changes until the game actually starts, so if you used a Cub or Indian in last night's Mastersball 50/50 Challenge, you could switch them out for someone with a late start.

The Mastersball 50/50 GPP on Tuesday features the 10-game evening slate. Pitching is a little thin and I am not a big Matt Harvey ($8800) fan against the Toronto bats. I liked Jake Arrieta ($8700) yesterday and will likely stick with him tonight. If I can get my fingers to react to my brain, I will also go with Chris Tillman ($3900).

I am focusing on Orioles hitters against the Phillies' Jerome Williams and Marlins hitters against Nathan Eovaldi. Manny Machado ($5100) and Christian Yelich ($3600) are likely to be in my lineup.

Don't forget you can play against the other Mastersballers and me at Fantasy Score.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 10:02
FantasyScore DFS Picks for 6/16/15 (Pasko) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Pasko Varnica   
Tuesday, 16 June 2015 00:15

Let’s play FantasyScore Mastersball 50/50 Challenge. Having said that, I must admit that today is not a cake walk. Ah, the fear and loathing of interleague play. In addition, be aware there are several early games that limit the choice.

Under ordinary circumstances, I would start Matt Harvey ($8800). His last outing though was discouraging. There must be a better way to spend his high salary.

Tsuyoshi Wada ($3800) was my other choice, but the Cubs’ Monday game was postponed and Jake Arrieta ($8700) may pitch today. However, when games are rescheduled, one is never sure who will play so it is better to stay away from the Indians/Cubs matchup.

Two pitchers whose last outings were very good and who are reasonably priced are Charlie Morton ($5300) and Garrett Richards ($5700), both playing at home.

On the hitting side, I do like Josh Harrison ($4300), who is batting at the top of the Pittsburgh lineup, Kole Calhoun ($4300) and Matt Wieters ($4500).

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    Follow Pasko at Twitter @varnica123. His work can also be found at SportsInAntiquity
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 07:51
FantasyScore DFS Picks for 6/15/15 (Marc) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marc Meltzer   
Monday, 15 June 2015 00:00


You never know day-to-day how many points you will need to cash in the Mastersball 50/50 Challenge. On Friday, with the King Felix blow-up, a score of 38.66 cashed. But on Sunday, with most of the stud pitchers delivering strong numbers, a score of 62 is out of the money.

After having great pitching choices on Sunday, the highest priced pitcher on the board Monday is Dallas Keuchel ($9100). I think I will pass on that. I am very tempted to go with Wei-Yin Chen ($5500) and Carlos Rodon ($4500) but I am concerned about lack of innings. So I migrate towards Francisco Liriano ($7400) and Jake Arrieta ($8000), both pitching at home.

On the hitting side, David Ortiz ($4000) has found his stroke with home runs in three of the past four games. The Red Sox are home Monday and Tuesday so they keep the DH. Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud ($3100) has at least four points in each game since he returned from injury and he is still relatively inexpensive. Finally, Giancarlo Stanton ($6200) has scored in double figures in four of the past seven games.

Don't forget you can play against the other Mastersballers and me at Fantasy Score.


Last Updated on Monday, 15 June 2015 10:15
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