Tag "Yusei Kikuchi"

MLB Offseason Preview: Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays are not far away from making a serious playoff run. Who do they need to bring in to make that happen in 2022?

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MLB Offseason Preview: Houston Astros

The Houston Astros had a huge season, bouncing back after a sou 2020 campaign and proving to the baseball world that they remain one of the best teams in the sport. Of course, despite being crowned American League champions, all is not perfect for the Houston franchise.

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Staff of Redemption: A Deep Dive Into the Game of the Mariners

Seattle entered this year with a bullpen that looked like one of the worst in the league. By some magic (pitching coach Pete Woodworth?), the Mariners have seen many positive developments in their bullpen.

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Touch ‘Em All: MLB DFS 6/8/19

Today’s article is for the main slate of six games starting at 7:15 PM.

Stacks:

Oakland Athletics at TEX (Adrian Sampson)
Matt Chapman (3B), Matt Olson (1B), Khris Davis (OF)

DK: $13600

This game is the second game of a day/night doubleheader. Make sure that all three of these guys are playing in game two. Adrian Sampson is coming off of a fantastic outing but that won’t continue today. You can get these three guys for decent value. This team can put up a lot of runs, so you don’t want to miss out if that is the case today.

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MLB DFS: Players To Target 4/15/19

Going with a different strategy today, I’ll be spending down in most lineups at both starting pitcher spots on DraftKings tonight. Too many of the good high priced options have difficult matchups and this will help to avoid an implosion. If you’re playing on a site like Fanduel, it might make more sense to just go ahead and spend up for a guy like Trevor Bauer. With that said, let’s take a look at some of the players to target for tonight’s games that could potentially bring home the bacon.

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Seattle Mariners Team Preview

The Seattle Mariners had a very promising 2018 season, albeit not good enough to secure a playoff birth. They finished with an 89-73 record, 14 games back of division leaders, the Houston Astros. They fell short of a Wild Card position to division foe, the Oakland Athletics who were eight games better.

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Should the Red Sox Pursue This Japanese Star?

Sometime in December, the Seibu Lions of the Japan Pacific League will post their star pitcher Yusei Kikuchi onto the Major League free agent market. While Dave Dombrowski has not commented on the team’s interest on Kikuchi, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com

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