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MLB DFS DraftKings Around the Horn April 19th, 2019

A bevy of games for tonight’s MLB card. 14 games in total to pick from to build your roster. It appears that the only weather concern will be in Cleveland where there is rain forecasted for much of the evening. Specific games to target are The Dodgers at Brewers, Colorado Rockies at home to the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets at St.Louis Cardinals and Houston at Texas. These games project as some of the best games to focus on in terms of offensive production.

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Throwback Thursday – Kirby Puckett

Every Thursday we will take a look back on the life and career of a player. You will get some background, an iconic moment, and plenty of stats. To begin the series we will look back on the Minnesota Twins’ stout centerfielder for 12 years, Kirby Puckett.

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Locks, Stacks, and Barrels – MLB DFS for April 3rd

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. Let’s dive in on the plays for today.

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Two Teams That Could Surprise In 2019

Baseball season is officially here. Everybody knows the teams that will contend for the postseason, but it is a long 162 game season, and there could be some surprise teams.

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Minnesota Twins Team Preview

The Minnesota Twins have been up and down the past few years. In a weak AL Central, they may have a shot at the playoffs if things go right. Let’s take a look at the boys up north and if fans will have something to cheer about at Target Field this year.

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Minnesota Twins Top 5 Prospects

The Minnesota Twins have drafted well and it shows. Coming into 2019, the Twins Minor League system ranks as the 6th best farm system in baseball and is headlined by 3 Tier 1 Prospects who are destined to take the league by storm. The Twins have a bright outlook and their homegrown talent may put them in contention sooner than expected:

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Eovaldi Shines in First Start for Red Sox

In his first start in a Red Sox uniform, Nathan Eovaldi meant business. The right-hander with a high-90’s fastball and great movement on his cutter and slider shut down the Twins’ offense to earn the Red Sox their only shutout

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The Bottom 10 MLB Rankings and Some Bright Spots

Every year there are teams who rise to the top because of an unsung hero, a rookie stepping in, or a triumphant return from injury by a veteran. On the flip side, there are teams who are at the bottom and underachieving or simply too young and rebuilding. Here are the bottom 10 teams in the league and some bright spots that those teams can possibly build on moving forward.

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College World Series: Bracket Play

There have only been five games played so far in the College World Series, with three more today and the excitement level and been unmatched. Catch up on all the action before watching baseball all day today!

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Moreland With the Hot Hand; Sox Continue to Lack Third Base Production 

Mitch Moreland has homered in each of the previous three games before last night’s game, tying his longest streak of his career. Unfortunately the home runs were not enough as the Red Sox have lost two of their last three

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