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Miami Marlins Season Recap

The Miami Marlins wound up having a disappointing 2021 season after making the expanded 2020 postseason. The hitting was the biggest fallout, while the pitching was pretty solid.

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MLB DFS: Going Back to Cali: Sandy Alcantara

MLB DFS: Going Back To Cali

A couple of battles going on late tonight on the West Coast deserve our attention. Let’s dive right in with a few values for you to get in your MLB DFS lineups tonight.

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Miami Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs

MLB Postseason Preview: Miami Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs

The sixth-seeded Miami Marlins are in the playoffs just one season after losing 105 games. Returning to the postseason for the first time since 2003. They’ll face the third-seeded Chicago Cubs in the opening round, starting on Wednesday. The Cubs are taking part in the postseason for the fifth time in the previous six seasons.

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MLB DFS: Pitching Options, Top Hitters, and Values for 9/13/19

Welcome in and happy Friday everyone. By the time lineups lock most of you will be free from work, getting ready to enjoy a nice weekend. Let’s start that weekend off right by adding to our DFS bankroll. Here are some Pitching Options, Top Hitters, and a Value Play to look at tonight.

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Miami Marlins: A Future NL East Threat?

Everybody cracks jokes about the Marlins. Many people even say that this team has no future and that there’s no hope for their franchise. This is just untrue. The Marlins’ are stacked with young talent in their farm system that should be ready by 2020 or 2021. Today, we’re going to take a dive into some players that will be helping the Marlins in the future.

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MLB DFS: Pitching, Value Bats, and Spend Ups for June 10th, 2019

I will not pretend or attempt to be a weatherman but the early look ahead doesn’t seem pretty, at least for a couple of games. I’ll be avoiding the game in New York and the game in Philadelphia until we hear the word that it’s a full go. So, let’s take a look at some of the other games and options that seem to be playable tonight.

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Two-Start Pitchers: Week 5 (4/29 -5/05)

Here are your two-start pitchers for this week. While it’s never a given that both starts will go down due to weather or a change in rotation plans, these are pitchers that are slated to do some extra work this week.

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Stream Machine: April 29-May 1

So here’s the deal. I had a bad April. Statistically, it was not great. Not only that, but my process was flawed. To try to come up with early season streaming matchups, I tried to use run projection models from FanGraphs. Unfortunately, those did not account for early hot streaks from teams like the Mariners and Twins. They also didn’t take into account various left vs. right or home vs. away strengths and weaknesses, mostly because those were things that projections just couldn’t account for early on. Also, I had significant flaws in the way that my spreadsheet credited teams for different home/away splits when I did try to account for them. Nevertheless, I’m still here, either as a glutton for punishment or as an attempt at redemption. The first month is the hardest month to try to stream anyway. It can only get better from here, right? RIGHT?!? Anyway, here’s the best matchup plays for the first half of the week.

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Miami Marlins: Team Preview

It’s hard to believe that the Marlins once had Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich, J.T. Realmuto, and Jose Fernandez on the same team and have not been to the playoffs since they defeated the Yankees in the 2003 World Series. Side note, it’s pretty amazing that they have been to the playoffs twice in their existence, and won the world series both times.

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Miami Marlins Season Recap

The Miami Marlins wound up having a disappointing 2021 season after making the expanded 2020 postseason. The hitting was the biggest fallout, while the pitching was pretty solid.

Read More
MLB DFS: Going Back to Cali: Sandy Alcantara
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MLB DFS: Going Back To Cali

A couple of battles going on late tonight on the West Coast deserve our attention. Let’s dive right in with a few values for you to get in your MLB DFS lineups tonight.

Read More
Miami Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs
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MLB Postseason Preview: Miami Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs

The sixth-seeded Miami Marlins are in the playoffs just one season after losing 105 games. Returning to the postseason for the first time since 2003. They’ll face the third-seeded Chicago Cubs in the opening round, starting on Wednesday. The Cubs are taking part in the postseason for the fifth time in the previous six seasons.

Read More

MLB DFS: Pitching Options, Top Hitters, and Values for 9/13/19

Welcome in and happy Friday everyone. By the time lineups lock most of you will be free from work, getting ready to enjoy a nice weekend. Let’s start that weekend off right by adding to our DFS bankroll. Here are some Pitching Options, Top Hitters, and a Value Play to look at tonight.

Read More

Miami Marlins: A Future NL East Threat?

Everybody cracks jokes about the Marlins. Many people even say that this team has no future and that there’s no hope for their franchise. This is just untrue. The Marlins’ are stacked with young talent in their farm system that should be ready by 2020 or 2021. Today, we’re going to take a dive into some players that will be helping the Marlins in the future.

Read More

MLB DFS: Pitching, Value Bats, and Spend Ups for June 10th, 2019

I will not pretend or attempt to be a weatherman but the early look ahead doesn’t seem pretty, at least for a couple of games. I’ll be avoiding the game in New York and the game in Philadelphia until we hear the word that it’s a full go. So, let’s take a look at some of the other games and options that seem to be playable tonight.

Read More

Two-Start Pitchers: Week 5 (4/29 -5/05)

Here are your two-start pitchers for this week. While it’s never a given that both starts will go down due to weather or a change in rotation plans, these are pitchers that are slated to do some extra work this week.

Read More

Stream Machine: April 29-May 1

So here’s the deal. I had a bad April. Statistically, it was not great. Not only that, but my process was flawed. To try to come up with early season streaming matchups, I tried to use run projection models from FanGraphs. Unfortunately, those did not account for early hot streaks from teams like the Mariners and Twins. They also didn’t take into account various left vs. right or home vs. away strengths and weaknesses, mostly because those were things that projections just couldn’t account for early on. Also, I had significant flaws in the way that my spreadsheet credited teams for different home/away splits when I did try to account for them. Nevertheless, I’m still here, either as a glutton for punishment or as an attempt at redemption. The first month is the hardest month to try to stream anyway. It can only get better from here, right? RIGHT?!? Anyway, here’s the best matchup plays for the first half of the week.

Read More

Miami Marlins: Team Preview

It’s hard to believe that the Marlins once had Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich, J.T. Realmuto, and Jose Fernandez on the same team and have not been to the playoffs since they defeated the Yankees in the 2003 World Series. Side note, it’s pretty amazing that they have been to the playoffs twice in their existence, and won the world series both times.

Read More