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Fantasy Baseball: Walking the Waiver Wire 6/13

Welcome back to another edition of Walking the Waiver Wire (or, as I like to call it, “Who’s left?”). Hate to sound like a broken record, but the injury hits keep on coming and keeping your fantasy baseball squads afloat this time of the year is goal number one.

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MLB DFS September 11: Pitchers, Hitters, and Stacks

Tonight’s main slate of action includes 10 games starting at 8:05 p.m. ET. Even though Yankees and Orioles players are listed, those players won’t be eligible for scoring as they play a doubleheader.

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A Closer Look at Three Starters Experiencing An Improved K-BB%

A closer look at three starters experiencing an improved K-BB%. Featuring Matt Boyd, Lucas Giolito, and Kyle Gibson.

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7&7: April 30th-May 6th

Welcome back to 7&7. I’ll be filling in for Supi this week, so you don’t have to worry about any Game of Thrones’ spoilers since I’ve never seen an episode. Let’s get into it.

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MLB DFS DraftKings Around the Horn April 25th, 2019

We are back at it again DFSers for our Thursday edition of Around the Horn. Hopefully, your lineups are producing a decent return early on this baseball season. Mostly night games today and that’s where our focus will be. Marlins at Phillies, Red Sox at home to the Tigers, Indians at Astros, Yankees at Angels and Mariners hosting the Rangers are favourites of mine when for targeting players. Let’s take a trip Around the Horn!

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TWO-START PITCHERS: WEEK 4 (4/22 – 4/28)

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Spencer Turnbull, SP DET (4/23 @ BOS, 4/28 @ CHW)

0-2, 3.43 1.29 WHIP 10.29 K/9 in 21.0 IP

Currently pitching to a 3.43 ERA and a 10.29 K/9, Spencer Turnbull has been able to minimize hard contact (34.5%) and pitch to his peripherals (3.19 FIP 3.85 xFIP). He is currently touting an 11.2% swinging strike rate, which is slightly above league average, but finished with 15 and 10 swinging strikes in two of his April starts against the Royals and Indians.

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Two-Start Pitchers: Week 2 (04/08 – 04/14)

With a total of 35 two-start pitchers scheduled for the upcoming slate, Major League Baseball is in full bloom and is putting it’s aces on full display for Week 2. If week 1 has shown us anything, it is that pitching is shaky and never a guarantee. With so many #1 starters struggling in their first outings (with the exception of Max Scherzer and Jacob deGrom) and leaving fantasy owners scratching their heads, most were able to settle down in their second starts and handle their business like we have known them to do (see Blake Snell and Carlos Carrasco). Pitching matchups are subject to change, so make sure to check back before gametime on Monday and before lineups lock:

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MLB Breakout Player Projections: Team-By-Team

Welcome back to part two of my “Players who are likely to break out in 2019” series. For this article, I will be giving one player for each team that I think will have a breakout season. The list will go in alphabetical order so that it’s easier to find your team. Also, if I mentioned someone in part one, they will not be mentioned again in part two. I will link part one at the bottom of the article if you would like to take a look.

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’19 Third Base Top 15

As we continue around the diamond we will be looking at the hot corner today. Some monster names here. Come look at the rest of the infield. Starting Pitchers | First Base | Second Base | Short Stop |

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Why You Should Acquire (Or Keep) Paul Goldschmidt

One of the toughest decisions in fantasy baseball is if you should pick up or trade for a veteran who is having a bad season. Is he going to bounce back to career norms? Is he done and finally showing a significant decline?

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