Daily Fantasy Baseball Playbook: August 3rd
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If you didn't read the Playbook yesterday, I feel bad for you son because the rest of us have 99 problems but CASH ain't one!! There are good days and there are bad days and luckily for all of us the Playbook has been spitting out some downright amazing plays in the past few weeks. Rick Porcello, Evan Longoria and Hanley Ramirez come out of nowhere to put on a display for us last night while value plays like Jordany Valdespin and Oswaldo Arcia also ring the cash register.
Today I am all about cash games and building my bankroll for the coming week. Sunday's are odd because there are so many lineup fluctuations but that is why we are on top of things here at Fantasy Alarm. We've got: Ray Flowers Daily Trends article, Daily Fantasy Projections & Salaries, Batter Vs. Pitcher data, Weather Report & our entire DFS repertoire. We always welcome suggestions to in order to help us develop the best DFS tools in the fantasy sports industry.
Here is the DFS Playbook for Sunday August 3rd:
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- Jose Fernandez said he was cleared to throw
- Drew Stanton will start Sunday
- Vernon Davis is not practicing Friday
- Arian Foster (hamstring) is questionable Sunday
- Charles is practicing with Chiefs again on Friday
- Cecil Shorts will play on Sunday
- Jordan Reed has been ruled out for Sunday
- Cardinals place Abraham on injured reserve
- Cameron (shoulder) was practicing Friday
- Hamilton's status for playoff in doubt
@Rangenius You serious with this?? Doug Martin didn't play...it's not a victory if there isn't an opponent. Rainey played like S H I T