Daily Fantasy Baseball Playbook: August 30th
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The Pitchers tonight are complete GARBAGE in my mind!!!! Zack Grienke is battling elbow issues, Stephen Strasburg has to go on the road vs. a ton of left-handed hitters, and Mike Fiers faces a team who scored 13 runs last night. Some might disagree but I have none of them in the Playbook tonight. I am looking for some values in Bartolo Colon, Ian Kennedy, Jake Odorizzi, Tsuyoshi Wada and Jarred Cosart. I maybe crazy but will spend on my money on the hitters.
Jose Abreu should continue his hot hitting along with Jose Altive and Anthony Rendon who both get some nice match-ups versus some bad lefties. I am not sure if I can pay up for Buster Posey in cash games but there is no one hotter right now so definitely a good tournament play. You will to have look at more value plays if you take a chance on the higher price guys that I am avoiding so there some listed in the playbook as well.
Good Luck tonight hit me up in the comments section, on twitter @tedschuster or my e-mail at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Daily Fantasy Playbook for August 30th:
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