Major League Baseball finally arrived upon us, with spring training games having already started. This means that the regular season is just a couple weeks away and it will be time to start the long grind of daily fantasy baseball contests. There is plenty of money to be made on the MLB season and I would like to give some of you newbies and veterans a few things to keep in mind when it comes to setting your Daily Fantasy League lineup.
Pitching is an enormous part of fantasy baseball. It is not just for the pitchers on your team but the pitchers who face the batters that you have on your team. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when you are looking for a pitcher for your daily lineup.
There are so many baseball games in a day with 8-9 hitters per lineup you really have your hands full trying to find the perfect hitters for you team. Here are a few things to keep in mind when looking for some of those hitters.
Daily fantasy baseball is an extremely long grind when playing the entire season. You will run into streaks where you might win 5-8 days in a row and then lose five days in a row. Don’t get down on yourself and stay focused on the task at hand; which is making a profit for you baseball season. If you follow the pointers above it should give you a leg up on your competition to help you make some money.
Good Luck Everyone!
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