Tag "Aaron Nola"

Spring Training: Phillies and Orioles Finish in a Tie

It was a beautiful day in Clearwater, FL at BayCare Ballpark. Philadelphia Phillies ace Aaron Nola started the game and pitched just two innings in his first warmup start.

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Phillies Owner Hints Team Will Not Be Able To Re-sign J.T. Realmuto

The Philadelphia Phillies’ biggest priority this offseason is to bring J.T. Realmuto back in free agency, but there might be one thing that won’t allow that to happen.

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MLB DFS August 21: Pitchers, Hitters, and Stacks

Happy Friday and welcome to another day of DFS! It has been a crazy and wild season so far, with now another team in the New York Mets contracting COVID-19, forcing them to postpone their weekend series versus the New York Yankees. With that in mind, there are still 13 games for the main slate at 7:05 pm est.

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Philadelphia Phillies 2019 Season Recap

Bryce Harper entered, for a massive 13-year, $330 million contract, and expectations for the 2019 Phillies skyrocketed. A lot of people picked the Phillies to win the NL East after the signing, but instead they literally had an average season, finishing at .500 (81-81) and fourth in the division. Not only that but to add salt to the $330 million wound, the Phillies and Harper had to watch the Harper-less Nationals take a crazy route on the way to winning their first World Series in team history. More on the Nationals Cinderella-type season in their recap coming soon.

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Top 10 players the baseball community wants to see play in the postseason

As Kershaw, Scherzer, Judge, and Acuña showcase their talents in the playoffs again, other superstars wait for their chance to shine. B.J. Martin shares a list of 10 players the baseball community would love to see play in the postseason.

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Top 10 players the baseball community wants to see play in the postseason

As Kershaw, Scherzer, Judge, and Acuña showcase their talents in the playoffs again, other superstars wait for their chance to shine. B.J. Martin shares a list of 10 players the baseball community would love to see play in the postseason.

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Locks, Stacks, and Barrels: MLB DFS for August 30th, 2019

The baseball season is a grind. It’s every single day. We will approach DFS the same way and be winners at the end of the season even if we have our hot streaks and slumps. Every day there are safe bets that flop and values that hit big, but we need to stick with our strategy in evaluating and playing. Let’s take a look at what we have today.

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MLB DFS: Core Lineup Plays for August 25, 2019

Welcome in. Hopefully, you were able to make some cash last night. We successfully called the Mike Brosseau and Max Kepler home runs, and we had a shot at going three for three, but unfortunately, Jose Ramirez exited early due to injury. Nonetheless, let’s get right back to it. Here are some core lineup plays for today.

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MLB DraftKings Around the Horn June 27th, 2019

Hello, DFSers! Today we have a divided slate of games with the 1:05 eastern slot offering the most games(6). This is where we will focus our attention on. So if you want in on the action, act now so you can get your lineups submitted on time. Strap on the batting gloves and eye black, let’s go Around the Horn!

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MLB DFS: Quick Core Plays for June 3, 2019

If we’re being 100 percent honest, I’m not even playing the slate today. Why? It’s a four-gamer starting at 4:05 EST. There is just way too much variance and randomness with a slate this small. When a .200 hitting backup catcher could make or break you, I’ll gladly stay away. I will never tell you to do something that I wouldn’t do. With that said, you’re still reading this and you’re still here. So, that means I can’t tell you not to play it either. I still went ahead and did some research to try to help narrow it down. Let’s get right into the picks for today as I present to you some quick core plays.

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