Daily Trends: June 25th
Once more into the breach. Ray Flowers breaks down the batter versus pitcher data for Wednesday June 25th. He also speaks of Bigfoot, a very odd situation with a sculpture, and what you should be doing if you're interested in toning up your stomach muscles.Continue...
Matt Granese - Thanks for the support and kind words. This is the page you want to bookmark: http://www.fantasyalarm.com/events.php?page=22 It has all the Daily Info links on it. There is no one answer. It's a combination of everything. Salary, projections, BVP, handedness, location, weather, current trends etc. Not trying to be opaque, just admitting that there isn't one single piece, it's combining everything, using all the tools, to come p with the best answer. You're certainly on the right track.
Ray, I listen to your show as often as possible and lately Jeff/Ted at 6pm as I prepare my lineups for daily on FanDuel. My success has been very up and down. I won a big tournament in May but have been mostly downhill in tournaments and 50/50's since. I need advice on the best way to use the daily projections provided by this site. Should I download them daily and focus on Projected Point/Salary alone? thanks Matt Granese
Christopher Backhaus - I think Hudson alone should be enough to deal for Bailey. Shouldn't take both.
Michael Magid - With the way he's pitching,l he's always a decent play. However, he's failed to go 5.2 innings his last two starts, has walked six, and he's allowed 12 runs his last 17.1 innings. Moderate play.
Ray, any thoughts on Ian Kennedy? He's mentioned in the hot hotter as well as your cold ones. Is he a decent go at San Fran today? Thanks!
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The co-host of The Drive on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87: Mon-Fri 7-10 PM EDT), Ray also hosts his own show Sunday night (7-10 PM EDT). Ray has spent years squirreled away studying the inner workings of the fantasy game to the detriment of his personal life. Specializing in baseball, football and hockey, some consider him an expert in all three.
- Marshawn Lynch is the Seattle's featured back
- Eric Hosmer could miss six weeks
- Jason Heyward (back) will not play Friday
- “Slight chance” of a Josh Gordon settlement
- Cliff Lee was placed on the 15-day DL
- Hosmer has a stress fracture, may miss a month.
- Geno Smith getting all first team reps
- Cliff Lee has a left flexor pronator strain
- Tigers traded Drew Smyly to the Rays
- Austin Jackson traded to the Mariners
Verlander last 56 starts: 3.99 ERA, 1.37 WHIP, 8.03 K/9, 2.54 K/BB, 9.1 hits/9, 22-21 rec. Just lg avg. Way it is. @Muntradamus