No thanks to Madison Bumgarner or Jesse Chavez last night but if you played either Yu Darvish or Jake Odorizzi you had a pretty profitible night last night using the DFS Playbook. Those of you who used Bumgarner and/or Chavez are surely rolling your eyes but the hitting continued to be our biggest weapon last night with bats like Lucas Duda, Ben Zobrist, Josh Donaldson and Marc Krauss paying big dividends.
Tonight there seems to be a lot of value popping up in the DFS Playbook model which is creating some temptation to use a couple elite bats in larger field tournaments this evening. If you are looking for top stacks tonight you'd be smart in looking at the Yankees who are in a great spot against Nick Martinez tonight or the Blue Jays who own the highest wOBA of any team over the last 7 games (.418) while walking (10.9%) almost as much as they are striking out (13.4%).
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@AlZeidenfeld No just making a point...
@AlZeidenfeld So calling a guy who runs 4.4 "athletic" would make the guy who runs a 4.65 "unathletic"? They are all "athletic"
@AlZeidenfeld But I always laugh at the "athleticism" line...all these guys are top 1% in our society and many fail